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The tuition money paid for a person to go to school, is what you pay for school.
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Chengelo School
Chengelo School
Primary schools
Pre-School  Day Pupils  2023 Termly School Fees image
K5,370
For the year 2023, school fees per term can be selected below.
Chengelo School
Chengelo School
Secondary schools
Secondary  Form 1-5 2023 Termly School Fees image
K67,020
For the year 2023, school fees per term can be selected below.
Chengelo School
Chengelo School
Secondary schools
Secondary  Form 1-5 2023 Enrolment Fee image
K36,500
Chengelo is a non-profit making organisation. The term fees go solely towards the running costs of the school. All development work is funded by donation and enrolment fees. For the year 2023, enrollment fees can be selected below.
Sixth Form  Full Boarding 2023 Termly School Fees image
K77,100
For the year 2023, school fees per term can be selected below.
Sixth Form  2023 Enrolment Fee image
K18,500
Chengelo is a non-profit making organisation. The term fees go solely towards the running costs of the school. All development work is funded by donation and the enrolment fees. For the year 2023, enrollment fees can be selected below.
Chengelo School
Chengelo School
Primary schools
Primary School  Enrolment Fees 2023 image
K18,300
Chengelo is a non-profit making organisation. The term fees go solely towards the running costs of the school. All development work is funded by donation and enrolment fees. For the year 2022, enrollment fees can be selected below.
Chengelo School
Chengelo School
Primary schools
Primary  Grades 1-7 Day Pupils 2023 Termly School Fees  image
K33,550
For the year 2023, school fees per term can be selected below.
Chengelo School
Chengelo School
Primary schools
Primary  Grades 1-7 Weekly Boarding 2023 Termly School Fees image
K45,550
For the year 2023, school fees per term can be selected below.
Chengelo School
Chengelo School
Primary schools
Primary   Grades 1-7 Term Boarding 2023 Termly School Fees image
K53,520
For the year 2023, school fees per term can be selected below.
CrèChe/Pre-School Enrolment Fees image
K1,500
School fees include an assessment fee, security deposit, development levy and enrolment fees as part of the entrance process for incoming/returning pupils.
Creche/Pre-School Tuition Fees image
K3,600
Enrol now and let your child benefit from a quality education that encourages growth and forms the foundation for a bright future.
Creche/Pre-School Transport Fee image
K3,500
The cost of the bus service depends on the pickup location which can vary. Bus fees must be paid in advance for the term/year
Primary School Enrolment Fees image
K1,500
Enrolment fees include an assessment fee, security deposit, development levy and enrolment fees for admitting incoming and returning pupils.
Grade 1-4 Tuition Fees image
K4,400
Grade 1-4 Tuition Fees
School Fees
Pestalozzi Education Centre
High-quality affordable education is offered to young learners to uplift curiosity, build on social skills, and encourage confidence & accountability.
Grade 4i-8i Tuition Fees image
K6,400
Pupils in grades 4 to 8 have the option to learn and study under the International Programme platform to prepare them for the future.
Grade 5-7 Tuition Fees image
K4,800
Pestalozzi Education Centre provide quality education that is enriched with extracurricular activities that prepare primary school pupils for the future.
Primary School Transport Fee image
K3,500
Primary School Transport Fee
School Fees
Pestalozzi Education Centre
Bus fees must be paid in advance for the term/year and the price depends on the pickup location which can vary.
Secondary School Enrolment Fees image
K1,500
Pestalozzi Education Centre offers a quality education that features a superior curriculum which prepares pupils to excel in all courses and creative arts.
Grade 8 & 9 Tuition Fees image
K6,400
Uplift your child with a unique and comprehensive curriculum offered at Pestalozzi Education Centre. A special school that focuses on quality education.
Grade 10-12 Tuition Fees image
K6,600
Pestalozzi Education Centre provides quality education for primary school pupils at an affordable price which can be paid annually or per term.
I.G.C.S.E Year 1 & 2 Tuition Fees image
K8,400
The Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification. It gives pupils more subjects, more ways to learn and more ways to succeed.
I.B.D.P Year 1 & 2 Tuition Fees image
K10,000
I.B.D.P Year 1 & 2 Tuition Fees
School Fees
Pestalozzi Education Centre
Enrol your student into the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme to develop students physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically.
Secondary School Transport Fee image
K3,500
Bus fees must be paid in advance for the term/year and the price depends on the pickup location which can vary.

School Fees

The tuition money paid for a person to go to school, is what you pay for school.

This is an agreed amount of money that parents pay to private schools. In Zambia, school fees vary considerably depending on the school. As a parent/guardian, you can pay per term or annually. Most schools offer flexible payment plans.

Fee is singular, and fees plural, but both have almost the same meaning. A fee is the price one pays as remuneration for services, specifically payments to a doctor, lawyer, consultant, or other member of a learned profession. Fees usually allow for overhead, wages, costs, and mark-up.

Day prep fees can range from £10,000 to £20,000 or more in London and day fees for senior schools can range from £12,000 to £25,000 per annum. The average senior boarding fees are around £35,000 p.a. but some senior boarding schools are now exceeding £45,000 per annum.

A fee is a fixed price charged for a specific service. Fees are applied in a variety of ways such as costs, charges, commissions, and penalties. Fees are most commonly found in heavily transactional services and are paid in lieu of a wage or salary.

However, if parents pay their children's school fees early enough, it assists the schools in providing some kind of quality education and manageability”. It is also equally important for parents to get actively involved in the activities of the school to overcome these financial woes.

Fundraising is now a norm at many if not all public schools in order to sustain the needs of the school. Fundraising is also a means to compensate towards the monthly necessary expenses. However, there exists a culture of non-payment of school fees by the majority of parents who can afford to pay. This culture in parents needs to change if we want to see quality education in our schools.

This funding is quickly consumed by the ever increasing costs of lights, water, telephone and maintenance costs of the school. Schools have to also budget for extra staff, stationery, purchase/rental of photocopier and, insurance premiums, etc. At most schools these departmental funds last about a term. Where does the additional money come from? Only from school fees, if they are paid.

Parents should be responsible enough to discuss an acceptable payment plan with the school governing body to ensure that their child’s school fees are settled as early as possible so that the school can afford their monthly expenses. Fundraising is a challenge in these tough socio-economic times. However, if parents pay their children’s school fees early enough, it assists the schools in providing some kind of quality education and manageability”.

It is also equally important for parents to get actively involved in the activities of the school to overcome these financial woes. Parents can assist in organising fundraising ventures in partnerships with employers and business houses.

If the above are implemented, then our children would receive the quality of education prudent for their sound didactic growth and development.