IB and American
Ages 14 to 18

School Fees

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School Fee

How much does it cost for a 14 year old to attend one year at St. Stephen's School?

Total: €26,570

The first year of enrolment, the price would be €29,720 due to additional one time fees (see details below).
Fees for a 14 year old child.
Based on 2022/2023 fees.

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School Fees Structure

School tuition for the first year of enrolment, based on the fees published for academic year 2022/2023
Fourteen-Year-Old Child ‐ Grade 9
Type of Fee Term of Fee Price (EUR)
Capital Assessment Fee for new students One-Time Fee €1,000
Application Fee One-Time Fee €150
Deposit One-Time Fee €2,000
Tuition Fee Annual €26,570
TOTAL for first year €29,720

Annual School Fees

Overview of total annual fees per grade (excluding the first year one-time fees).
Based on published prices for academic year 2022/2023.
Age Grade Total Fees
14 Grade 9 €27,070
15 Grade 10 €27,070
16 Grade 11 €27,070
17 Grade 12 €27,070
Prices shown are illustrative only and subject to change. Schools may or may not raise their prices for future academic years.

Comments and notes

The fees shown here are for day students.

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CityRome
CurriculumsIB and American
Language of instructionEnglish
Age RangeAges 14 to 18
Boarding available
Yearly fees (G9): €26,570
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