Tuition, Fees, Payment Options & Financial Grants



The Capital Contribution to the Building Fund is a non-refundable, one time, per student contribution. Payable upon admission to the institution.

  • Pre-Kindergarten 3  US$2,000.00   (*** Remainder US$4,000 due in Pre-K 4)
  • Pre-Kindergarten 4 to Grade 12  US$6,000.00 
  • Post-CSEC Students (per year of attendance)  US$2,000.00 
  • Payment options are available to families who are not sponsored by a company. Please see below for details.

Fees subject to annual review by the Board of Directors.

Payment Options

The following payment options are only available to families who are not sponsored by a company. Options for early payment in full by families qualify for a rebate. Tuition fees do not include payment for optional services, examination fees, after school activities or any other fees not stipulated in the Schedule of Fees

Please note, if no payment plan is selected, parents will be responsible for payment according to the two-payment plan.
The months stipulated below relate to the current academic year.

1 Payment 100% of tuition is due August 1
2 Payments 60% of tuition is due August 1; balance due December 1
4 Payments 25% of tuition is due by August 1; subsequent 25% payments due October 1, December 1 and March 1
Advance Payment 100% of tuition to be paid in USD only for the current school year, as well as tuition fees for up to three subsequent years at the current tuition fee rate due August 1.


External Examination Fees

The registration fees and costs of external exams are the responsibility of the family. The applicable fees are not included in the tuition.

AP Exam Fees: 

Information on these fees can be found on the College Board site.

MYP eAssessment Fees: 

The current cost of the fees (May 2024) are:

  • eAssessment Individual Subject Registration Fee (per discipline): USD79


Payment & Refund Policy

1. Invoices are sent once a year and full payment is due according to the agreed terms and conditions in the Enrollment Contract.

2. Tuition can be paid in Trinidad & Tobago Dollars (TT$) at the exchange rate of the selling rate of the School’s banking institution on the last date of the preceding month for the following month, e.g. the rate on the last working day of January would be the rate to be used for payments being received in February.  The School reserves the right to review and/or change its policy with respect to payment terms for fees and with respect to the settlement of fees and consider any requests made on a case by case basis for approval by the School’s Management.

3. Students entering ISPS after school has started will be invoiced as follows:

                                                                                                     Fees Due
Entrance during the 1st Quarter                                                          100%
Entrance on or before 1st January                                                         85%
Entrance on or after 2nd January                                                           60%
Entrance during the 4th Quarter                                                            40%

4. Refunds for families who leave early will be based on the following:

Departure during the 1st Quarter                                                          50%
Departure on or before last school day in December                        40%
Departure before the end of the 3rd quarter                                25%
Departure during the 4th Quarter                                                           0%

5. Refunds must be requested in writing within thirty (30) days following withdrawal of the student from ISPS. After 30 days, no refund will be paid.

6. All payments for tuition fees are to be made by either Manager's Cheque, Bank Draft or by direct deposit from another bank. No Personal or Company cheques will be accepted. Wire Transfer Instructions can be obtained from the Business Office.



Financial Grant

At the International School of Port of Spain we believe that creating a diverse and cohesive community of students, faculty, staff and parents from many backgrounds—socio-economic, ethnic, racial, linguistic, national, and religious—is vital to our mission of creating responsible global citizens and passionate, critical thinkers.

We have always provided financial assistance to ISPS families undergoing temporary hardships. We want to retain qualified students, regardless of their families ability to pay.

To apply for consideration for an ISPS Grant please complete the Financial Grant Form below. 

A financial grant is based on documented financial needs. All financial grant applications are subject to verification, and should discrepancies be discovered in the information provided to the Financial Grant Committee, we reserve the right to withdraw financial assistance at any time during the school year.