What Is Included in the ISP Tuition Fees?
The International School of Paris is a not for profit private school operating under the statute of French association Loi 1901. All revenues are generated through tuition and related fees, with any surplus directly reinvested in the school. Our fees are designed to be comprehensive and take into account many ancillary services such as:
- curriculum books and related materials, including workshops, Art & Design supplies, laboratory materials, subscriptions;
- Extended curriculum activities managed by ISP staff;
- Paris as a Classroom compulsory field trips, overnight trips in France, excursions by metro, bus, train or airplane, entry fees and guide fees, among others;
- access to leading technology for classroom use;
- IB examination registration costs and fees, including transcripts (please refer to Secondary School Handbook for full details);
- performance fees by visiting musicians, theatre companies, speakers, master classes, etc;
- school counselling and student wellbeing services;
- English as an Additional Language (EAL) specialized instruction and support;
- mother tongue instruction at the Secondary School level in Japanese, Korean, Spanish and French;
- differentiated teaching methods, including basic level learning support;
The International School of Paris is a fully private school, managed by a Board of Trustees composed of parents.
ISP staff propose a variety of extended curriculum activities each year. These are included in the tuition fees.
Paris as a Classroom excursions are included in the tuition fees. Students take a number of trips each year for each subject.
What Are the 2023-24 Tuition Fees?
For additional detailed information, please consult the Fee Schedule 2023-24 and the ISP Tuition Payment Policy.
The 2022-23 Fee Schedule can be viewed here.
Is Financial Aid Available at ISP?
Financial aid at the International School of Paris does not depend on any external entities, as the school is a not for profit organisation. Our annual financial aid budget is limited, meaning the school does not have the flexibility to offer significant tuition reductions. The main goal of the financial aid programme is to provide limited financial support on a single-year basis to some of our current families who might find themselves experiencing unforeseen and extenuating circumstances.
ISP also offers an alternative financial assistance application pathway for refugee students recently displaced due to violent conflict and eligible to remain in France.
For further information about financial aid, please contact the Admissions office directly.