School Fees 2018-19
This schedule of fees and refund policy can be downloaded in pdf format
This schedule applies to students currently enrolled at Canadian Academy:
|Current Students||Annual Tuition||Building & Development||Total|
|Pre-K3 (half-day program)||¥1,491,600||¥238,700||¥1,730,300|
|Pre-K3 (full-day program)||¥1,800,400||¥238,700||¥2,039,100|
This schedule applies to students new to Canadian Academy:
|First Year Students||Application||Registration||Annual Tuition||Building & Development||Total|
These fees may be paid by new and currently enrolled students:
|Other Possible Costs of Attendance|
|EAL support (one time)||¥733,100|
|Dormitory room fee & board||¥1,800,000 (¥1,240,000 room + ¥560,000 board)|
|PE shirt/PE shorts||¥2,000 each|
|Lunch (estimate daily)||¥490 (PreK3-KB), ¥600 (Grade 1-5), ¥650 (Grade 6-8), ¥700 (Grade 9-12)|
|Laptop (Grades 6-12)||¥120,000 - ¥150,000|
|School bus (per semester)||¥45,000 - ¥79,000 (one way), ¥90,000 - ¥158,100 (roundtrip)|
|After School Activities /APAC||¥7,000 - ¥100,000 per activity|
Fee Schedule and Policy 2018-19
The school offers three payment options for parents paying privately:
- Full payment by July 11th
- Instalment payments (6) by bank draft beginning July and ending December (with no surcharge)
- Instalment payments (11) by bank draft beginning July and ending May (incurs a 3% service charge)
Companies sponsoring students must pay in full by July 11th. Parents requesting an instalment plan should visit the Business Office and complete the required banking form at least 6 weeks prior to the first payment date.
Fees may be paid by cash or bank transfer at any branch of Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation or The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. as listed below. Bank transfer fees are the responsibility of the payor.
- Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
- Rokko Island Branch,
- Savings A/C 3116670
- Swift code is SMBCJPJT
- The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
- Sannomiya Branch,
- Savings A/C 3353216
- Swift code is BOTKJPJT
All banking fees are borne by payors. For funds transfers from outside of Japan, e.g. the USA, we suggest adding 6,000 yen to cover these costs.
Charges for Late Payment
Payments returning by the bank will result in an administrative charge of ¥5,000. The charge for late payments is ¥5,000 per week. The school reserves the right to withhold any report cards, transcripts, or diplomas if there are unpaid balances.
Government Scholarships and Subsidies
Canadian Academy participates in the National Government’s High School Tuition Support Fund (shugaku shien-kin) as well as the Grants for Supplemental Scholarship (shogaku kyufu-kin) programs offered through the Hyogo and Osaka prefectures. Households must meet certain income requirements to be eligible for grants. Written applications for shugaku shien-kin must be submitted to the Canadian Academy business office by July 31st each year and for shogaku kyufu-kin by September 30th each year. Canadian Academy cannot provide assistance with late requests.