2014-15 Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees, except the application fee, are due in full upon receipt of the school's invoice. Individuals who are paying from personal funds may inquire about an installment plan through the Accounting Office.
One-time Fees (non-refundable)
|Building Maintenance Fee
|NOTE: iPad required for Grades 2-4, MacBook laptop required for Grades 6-12.
|Bus Service to Chofu Campus
Payment Policies & Programs
For students enrolled after the school year commences, tuition and bus fees will be calculated based upon academic quarters. Attendance for any portion of a quarter will necessitate payment for the entire quarter.
If a student will be withdrawn during any semester, parents should notify the School in writing of the last expected day of attendance. This notification must be received by the first day of classes in August (if withdrawing during the first semester) or the first day of second semester (if withdrawing during the second semester) in order for a refund of tuition and bus fees to be made for any full academic quarter during which the student will not attend.
In cases of financial delinquency, school policy prohibits class attendance and/or the release of grades, transcripts, or other records of attendance and performance.
Payment of tuition and fees on an installment basis is an option available to individual families who are paying the annual tuition, but not to companies and other organizations responsible for covering educational expenses. A carrying charge will be added to cover administrative costs. If you have any questions regarding payment, please contact the Accounting Office (Ext. 333).
ASIJ administers two scholarship programs of limited assistance for families not eligible for participation in the Corporate Contribution Plan. For more information on scholarships for new students, please see the ASIJ Leadership Scholarship page.
Corporate Contribution Plan
Corporations and organizations that provide educational benefits to their employees are asked to consider participating in the Corporate Contribution Program, a potentially cost effective alternative to paying school fees, tuition and the Japanese individual income taxes on these educational benefits.
The Board of Directors wants all parents and organizations to be aware that tuition does not cover the full cost of educating a student at ASIJ. Consequently, tuition and fees would be significantly higher were it not for contributions and other non-tuition income. Therefore, your continued support of the School's voluntary contribution program is earnestly requested.