Withdrawals and Transfers

     If parents wish to withdraw their child from the school, one month’s notice in writing must be given to the school. One month’s fees must be paid to the school in lieu of such notice. No notice is required, however, if a student is withdrawn one month after the final examination.

     Notwithstanding the above, a student shall be considered to be withdrawn from the school if: a. They have not attended the school for a period of one month, unless arrangements for such absence have been agreed to by the Head of the school. b. Their fees have remained unpaid for two consecutive months. c. They have been asked to withdraw from the school due to disciplinary reasons. In the event of such a withdrawal the school shall not be required to give any notice before enforcing its decision, which shall be within the absolute and sole discretion of the school. d. They have failed in the same class for two consecutive years or have failed to qualify for promotion on two different occasions in their school career.

     In cases (a), (b), (c) and (d) above, outstanding fees shall be adjusted against the security deposit paid to the school.

     A student shall be deemed to be enrolled in the school until they have completed their normal education, having taken their final public examination (Primary, Middle & Matriculation), and all their dues with the school have been finally settled. They shall only be considered to be withdrawn after the outstanding fees / other dues (if any) payable up to the last month during which they appear for their last public examination paper, are fully settled, or the outstanding amount shall be adjusted against the security deposit and the balance, if any, shall be recoverable from the parent.

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