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  • H.I.S. - Admissions - School Fees
    3 or 4 EUR 14 600 Grade 5 6 7 or 8 EUR 16 300 Grade 9 or 10 EUR 17 700 Grade 11 12 EUR 17 900 Tuition Fees are charged per student per academic year Tuition Fees for Grades 3 to 10 include the costs for one annual residential extended field trip transportation meals activities and accommodation Tuition Fees for Grade 11 include the costs for the Grade 11 Exordium transportation meals activities and accommodation Examples of costs not included in Tuition Fees local field trips or additional extended field trips IB DP online courses such as Pamoja examination fees graphic calculators non standard art supplies after school activities or school lunches Payment of the Tuition Fee is required on receipt of the invoice issued with an offer of enrolment or re enrolment ADDITIONAL INFORMATION All fees must be paid in full prior to the student s attendance at H I S Parents are responsible for the payment of all school fees although they may arrange to have payments made on their behalf Special payment terms must be agreed upon in writing with the school management The school management retains the right to adjust the fees The Statement of Fees is subject to the H I S Allgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen General Terms and Conditions Statement of Fees pdf 115 kb Invoice Information School Fees pdf 93 kb Tuition Fee Reduction Financial Assistance POTENTIAL TUITION FEE REDUCTIONS The following reductions are offered only to parents who pay all school fees privately and receive school fee no reimbursements or subsidies from their employer The reductions apply to the Tuition Fees only For Siblings If a family has more than two children enrolled at H I S the following reduction will apply a 10 reduction for the third child enrolled a 15

    Original URL path: http://www.hischool.de/Admissions/School-Fees (2016-04-24)
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  • H.I.S. - Admissions - FAQ
    from Approximately 50 countries are represented by our students Usually the countries that are represented by the largest numbers of students are the USA Germany the United Kingdom and India Some students have dual citizenship and many represent more than one country as a result of the different citizenships of their parents The majority of the students speak English as their first language or one of their main languages and many are bilingual or trilingual With so many internationally mobile families isn t it difficult for children to lose friends when they move on It s never easy if your best friend leaves and international schools in general have more students coming and going However with the help of the internet and the fact that these families are so mobile many children stay in close touch with each other and visit each other during school breaks This is often seen as a wonderful opportunity for an international holiday Many students thus have the advantage of an international network of friends by the time they leave an international school What will happen when we return home move on How will my child fit into the former new school One of the advantages of an international curriculum is that it enables children to move more easily from one country or school to another Tolerance flexibility and the ability to cope with change are some of the values and skills encouraged and taught at H I S which will help children to adjust to such moves Is American or British English taught Both and more English is spoken in many countries around the world and the various national differences in the language are viewed as a positive enrichment to the students learning environment Will my child learn German All students receive instruction in

    Original URL path: http://www.hischool.de/Admissions/FAQ (2016-04-24)
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  • H.I.S. - Employment - Employment at H.I.S.
    teaching certificate and are native speakers of the language they teach Training in the IB Primary Middle Years or Diploma Programme is preferred and knowledge of German is an advantage but not essential Teachers communicate regularly with parents to inform them of class activities and encourage communication between home and school in order to support student learning Professional development is provided for all staff members If you wish to submit

    Original URL path: http://www.hischool.de/Employment/Employment-at-H.I.S (2016-04-24)
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  • H.I.S. - Employment - Compensation and Benefits
    salaries are competitive within the range offered by similar international schools in Germany The pay scale is reviewed annually and adjusted to reflect the current cost of living Staff are exempt from paying tuition fees for their children enrolled at H I S Tuition fees are a taxable benefit as required by law Professional development is offered and encouraged for all staff An on boarding bonus is included for teachers

    Original URL path: http://www.hischool.de/Employment/Compensation-and-Benefits (2016-04-24)
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  • H.I.S. - Employment - Living in Heidelberg
    Heidelberg is home to approximately 150 000 people Heidelberg celebrates its place in history as well as its idyllic setting on the Neckar River This friendly people oriented and vibrant university city is attractive to all families students and academics as well as those within the corporate world As a city of the Rhein Neckar Metropolitan Region it offers the advantages of having nature and the outdoors on your doorstep

    Original URL path: http://www.hischool.de/Employment/Living-in-Heidelberg (2016-04-24)
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  • H.I.S. - H.I.S. Blog - Campus Life - Pictures
    dedicated to making a difference About H I S Curriculum School Admissions Employment H I S Blog Default object view Click to create a custom template Node ID 5739 Object

    Original URL path: http://www.hischool.de/H.I.S.-Blog/Campus-Life-Pictures (2016-04-24)
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  • H.I.S. - H.I.S. Blog - Campus Life - Films
    Internal Section dedicated to making a difference About H I S Curriculum School Admissions Employment H I S Blog Default object view Click to create a custom template Node ID 5740 Object ID 5183 Campus Life Films Name Campus Life

    Original URL path: http://www.hischool.de/H.I.S.-Blog/Campus-Life-Films (2016-04-24)
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  • H.I.S. - H.I.S. Blog - Campus Life - Downloads
    dedicated to making a difference About H I S Curriculum School Admissions Employment H I S Blog Default object view Click to create a custom template Node ID 5741 Object

    Original URL path: http://www.hischool.de/H.I.S.-Blog/Campus-Life-Downloads (2016-04-24)
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