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Admissions

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A place where minds blossom and dreams take flight.

Grade 8 2025 Admissions:

The Western Cape Education Department Admissions for Grade 8 2025 dates as follows:

Open 11 March 2024
Close 12 April 2024

Schools are required to adhere to these time frames as set out by the Western Cape Education Department.

Wynberg Girls’ High School no longer issues application forms for admission purposes and this is in keeping with the WCED processes and procedures.

Please follow this link to familiarise yourself with the process –  https://wcedonline.westerncape.gov.za/admissions

Fees

Fees are set by the Governing Body
and approved by the parents towards the end of each year.

Amount

Discount

GRADE 8: CURRENT SCHOOL FEES PER ANNUM FOR 2024

R57,500.00

Grade 8: In full in advance by 31 December 2023

R54,625.00

R2,875.00

Grade 8:  In full in advance by 28 February 2024

R56,062.50

R1,437.50

Grade 8:  10 X monthly instalments from 1 February to 1 November 2024

R5,750.00 per month

Amount

Discount

GRADE 9-12: CURRENT SCHOOL FEES PER ANNUM FOR 2024

R52,000.00

Grade 9-12:  In full in advance by 31 December 2023

R48,300.00

R3,700.00

Grade 9-12:  In full in advance by 28 February 2024

R50,150.00

R1,850.00

Grade 9-11:  10 X monthly instalments from 1 February to 1 November 2024

R5,200.00 per month

Grade 12:  8 X monthly instalments from 1 February – 1 September 2024

R6,500.00 per month

*from Feb to Nov via debit order, EFT, Easy Pay or credit/debit card.
Note: The discount is not applicable to bursary holders

Please note:

The monthly fees may be paid by automatic transfer from your bank account through a debit order instruction. Should you wish to avail yourself of this facility, please contact the bursar to obtain a debit order form.

Those parents already using the debit order system will automatically continue with a 10 month debit order unless you notify the bursar to the contrary.

The monthly fees may also be paid by means of a direct transfer into the school bank account. The bank account number is printed on the school account and it can also be obtained from the bursar.

The school also has credit card facilities available in the Bursar’s office. Each parent also has a unique Easy Pay number which appears on your statement so that you can pay at any retailer where the Easy Pay is available.

Hostel Fees 2024

Weekly Boarders

(Sunday Night to Friday Afternoon)

The first term’s fees are to be deposited by the 12th January 2024 (weekly boarders: R17,250).
Thereafter payment is to be received termly in advance at the start of each term.

After receipt of term one fees (as indicated above), the remaining three terms may be paid monthly in advance split as follows:

GRADE 8-11:
Payment may be split over 9 X equal monthly installments from February – October 2024
Weekly Boarders: R5,750 per month.
Debit order is the preferred means of payment.

MATRIC (GRADE 12):
Payment may be split over 8 X equal monthly installments February – September 2024.
Weekly Boarders: R6,468.75 per month.
Debit order is the preferred means of payment.

Weekly Boarders must pay the termly hostel fees in advance at the start of each term
Payments may be made via debit order, EFT, Easy Pay or credit/debit card.

Music Fees

Annual Fees

Hire of Instrument

R3 300.00 per annum

2nd Instrument tuition

No charge – subject to availability
of staff

3rd Instrument tuition

No charge – subject to availability
of staff

Please note there is no charge for taking music as a subject or for a first instrument

Exclusions

Please note that the school fees exclude the following:

All voluntary excursions and visits which are not examinable

All additional subjects - over and above the minimum subject/course
requirements (e.g. an eight or ninth subject)

Sports tours, away matches

Matric Dance costs

Award/achievers dinners or events

Personal needs for expensive equipment based clubs or societies
(e.g. photographic society)

Music lessons offered by private individuals or organisations
e.g. guitar lessons; marimba lessons

Leadership camps

School uniforms

Sports clothing and kit

Stationery, specific textbooks and learning and teaching support
materials recommended (but not supplied) by the school

International and external fees for examinations, which the learner
decides to write (A-levels, SIAT)

Entry for Olympiads, Eisteddfods and the like