TASIS The American School in England
Coldharbour Lane, Thorpe, Surrey TW20 8TE, England, Surrey, UK
School Tuition Fees 2022-23 Academic Year
Early Years Program (Ages 3-5):Full Year Tuition Fees £12,770
Early Years fees are inclusive of tuition, classroom materials, most activities, snacks, and the cost of most curriculum-related activities and field trips.
Grade & Full Year Tuition Fees
K – 3 £21,740
4 – 8 £25,360
9 – 13 £27,430
Full Year (Grade 8–13) £50,850
Boarding fees include tuition, room, and full board, loan of textbooks, most IT and laboratory fees, annual laptop maintenance, some classroom materials, most curriculum-related activities and field trips, travel insurance for school-sponsored trips, weekly linen service for bed linen and towels, access to free laundry facilities, and access to the on-campus Health Center.
For Grades 9–13, the Fall Travel Week is mandatory and is included; travel programs during the February and Spring breaks are optional and are subject to an additional charge.
For Grade 8, the Start-of-School bonding trip is mandatory and is included. School-sponsored February break travel is optional, and a travel credit (non-transferrable) will be available for eighth-grade boarders who enrolled at the start of the academic year. Other travel opportunities will be subject to an additional charge.
Boarding fees do not include private medical insurance, uniforms, varsity sports travel and equipment, costs of external exams such as the SAT, AP, or IB exams, charges related to vaccinations, or Child Student or Student Visa expenses.
Fees for boarding students joining TASIS for the first or second semester only:
First Semester Only £28,514
Second Semester Only £25,435
Updated information on our website
TASIS The American School in England provides a truly international learning experience for day and boarding students aged 3 to 18. Our caring teachers are committed to providing the balance of academic challenge and support that will enable our students to realize their full potential and contribute to their community as they discover their passion and follow their own pathway.
Average class size of 10-12 students
American curriculum leading to an American High School Diploma
Advanced Placement (AP) courses
International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme
Individualized four-year university counseling
Excellent university placement in the UK, US & worldwide
60 nationalities & 30 languages spoken on campus
45 minutes from central London
20 minutes from Heathrow Airport
Set in the beautiful Surrey countryside, our spacious 46-acre campus is close enough to London to take advantage of all the culture and excitement it offers for field trips and weekend activities. The TASIS boarding program provides a safe and welcoming home-away-from-home for students aged 13 to 18 (Grades 8-12).
In Upper School, our impressive academic offerings include Advanced Placement courses developed by the American College Board and the IB Diploma Programme. Both provide well-defined pathways to universities in the US, the UK, or anywhere in the world. A broad range of co-curricular, leadership, and service opportunities round out our students’ educational experience.
TASIS England also offers an award-winning residential Summer Program for ages 11-17. Our program attracts bright and adventurous students from around the world who take one major academic course and one elective, complemented by sports, activities, and weekend excursions. We offer two three-week sessions starting in late June and ending in early August.
Arts: TASIS The American International School in England is proud of its extensive Arts programs, which include Studio Arts, Theatre, Dance, Music, Photography, and Film.
Sports: The sports components of the Sports and Activities programs at TASIS England have always emphasized participation.
Lower School: Art Club, Basketball Club, Kids' Corner, Multi-sports Club, Soccer Club, STEAM Club, Tennis Club, Theatre Club, Wildlife Club, Yearbook.
Middle School: Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Golf, Swimming , Tennis, Touch Football, Art Club, Craft Club, Horse Riding, Lego Explorer, Math Club, STEAM Club, Yoga, Tennis.
Upper School: Basketball, Girls Lacrosse, Swimming, Rugby 7s,Tennis, Cheerleading, Futsal, Touch Rugby, Art Club, Chess, Conditioning, Duke of Edinburgh, Horse Riding, Kickboxing, Biotech/Medical Society, Model United Nations, Sign Language, Theatre, Yearbook, Zumba, Volleyball Basketball.
Community Service: At TASIS, community service is an integral part of each student’s education. Not only do our students develop brilliant minds in their academic coursework, but they also nurture brilliant hearts in their service to others. We expect members of our community to be engaged in the world and committed to using their knowledge and talents to make a lifelong impact on it.
Candidates for the IB Diploma study a range of subjects and choose courses from six areas: English, a second language, individuals and societies, experimental sciences, mathematics, computer science, and the arts. In addition, students must submit an extended essay (a 4,000-word research project), complete a course on the philosophies of learning and knowing (Theory of Knowledge), and take part in community service.
The IB Diploma Programme culminates in an examination period at the end of two years of study, and final grades are based on both achievement on the exams and course grades.TASIS is also a member of the IB Schools and Colleges Association (IBSCA).
The PARENTS section is sponsored by the TASIS England Parent Association (TPA) and the Parents' Information and Resource Committee (PIRC). Whether you are an experienced mover or relocating to the UK is your first big move, it will take you some time to feel comfortable in your new surroundings. Sometimes just knowing where to begin to look for information is the hardest part.
Our goal is to provide a valuable resource for new and existing TASIS parents who want a quick and easy place to see what is happening at TASIS. We hope to provide a central location for information about the valuable programs sponsored by the TPA and PIRC, as well as offering opportunities for parents to get involved in the life of the TASIS community, including sports and the arts.
For more information, visit our website.
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