Subject fees

APPLICATION FEE: R500 (once-off) – Payable on application (Non-refundable)
  Deposit on acceptance = Jan payment (dependant on number of subjects)

 

Number of Subjects Investment per annum Payment options
  1 Payment 9 Payments
1 R16 100 Jan = R2 500
Feb – Sept = R1 750 per month
2 R28 700 Jan = R3 500
Feb – Sept = R3 150 per month
3 R36 600 Jan = R4 600
Feb – Sept = R4 000 per month
4 R42 400 Jan = R4 800
Feb – Sept = R4 700 per month

The above costing includes: Tuition, college notes, subject specific consumables & examination fees.

Excludes: Application fee; text books or college text notes, and excursions and special events (if applicable)

Note:
When a subject involves attendance of two grades e.g. Grade 11 & Grade 12 classes – this is measured as 2 subjects. Should Grade 10 classes also be attended from time-to-time these will not be measured.

Please note the following:

  • Post matrics may only change ONE subject OR add ONE additional subject (i.e. change one subject from previous grade 12 exam sitting) per academic year.
  • SBA requirements for the new subject must be met in full and submitted.
  • All tuition is provided at the Hill College, but final examinations are sat at the department of educations’ exam venue for part-time candidates.
  • Post matrics are subject to the Department of Education’s rules and regulations, and the Hill College has no control over these policies / regulations and the releasing / resulting of final results.
  • Post matrics are required to complete all SBA requirements for repeated subjects, although the learners “old” SBA mark will still be utilised by the department for examination purposes.
  • All tuition is provided at the Hill College, but final examinations are sat at the department of educations’ exam venue for part-time candidates.