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Filipino Institute K-12 introduces new school fees and enrollment procedures for SY 2022-2023

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Filipino Institute updated the new school fees and enrollment procedures for the school year 2022-2023, as part of a commitment to academic achievement and 100% learning outcomes

During a virtual meeting held last January 16, Filipino Institute K-12 management introduced the new fees and enrollment procedures for the upcoming school year. The management announced that for the new academic year, students will need to pay AED 500 (FI- UAE), BHD 55 (FI- Bahrain), QAR 500 (FI- Qatar), or PHP 6,750 (FI- Philippines) as the reservation fee/down payment to be enrolled. 

A total of four learning methods will also be introduced this year: the Regular Physical Class (RPC), the Regular Online Class (ROC), and the Alternating Online Class (AOC).

  • Regular Physical Classes (5 times a week of Online Classes)
    • 100 percent of the class is done in school with a teacher interaction for five days. 
    • The class hours will run for five hours every day from Monday to Friday with the teacher’s assistance. 
  • Regular Online Classes (5 times a week of Online Classes)
    • 100 percent of the class is done online via Zoom with a teacher interaction for five days. 
    • The class hours will run for five hours every day from Monday to Friday  with the teacher’s assistance. 
    • Learning materials will be given using the provided learning platforms. 
  • Alternating Online Classes (3 times a week of Online Classes)
    • 100 percent of the class is done online via Zoom with a teacher interaction for three days. 
    • Two online learning with the teacher for five hours each meeting with the provided learning platforms.
    • One day Assessment Day. 
  • Home-Based Online Classes (Once a week Online Class)
    • 80 percent of the classes with the provided learning platforms are done at home or any student-preferred convenient place of learning for the student and 20 percent will be online via Zoom with teacher interaction. 
    • The student will receive and submit their learning modules and activities through the provided learning platforms.. 
    • The students will be on an online learning one a week, every Sunday for five hours for the weekly assessment. 

Learning platforms and mode of communication  include Google Classroom, Class Dojo, Nearpod, Zoom, among others. 

Among the four learning methods, the fees varies depending to the grade level of the student and location of campus. 

Here is the table for the schedule of fees: 

Deadline of monthly payment is every 5th of the month for installment payment

Below are the required documents for students: 

  • Copy of previous school year’s report card (for incoming Grade 1 and Grade 12)
  • Birth certificate (PSA or any related proof of birth)
  • Passport
  • Passport-size photo with white background 

Below are the requirements for the parents: 

  • Passport
  • Residence Visa
  • Emirates ID

All new learners are urged to provide official documentation of previous school experience, including FOrm 138 and Form 137. 

For more information, visit this website

For enlistment, contact Miss Ellery at +971 55 859 2570. 

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