Price List

Education is a valuable asset – that's why transparency is important to us.

SIS Berlin is a state approved private school. It is financed by a combination of tuition paid by parents and state subsidies.

We feel that it is important for as many families as possible to benefit from our bilingual programme. Therefore, we offer the possibility of income-based school fees in our Primary and Secondary School. On the following page you can find out how to enrol your child at SIS.


Fees Kindergarten School Year 2022-23

In contrast to our Primary and Secondary School, the kindergarten of SIS Berlin is financed solely by tuition fees. Therefore, we do not offer income-based kindergarten fees.

Please finde more information in the price list.

Fees Primary and Secondary School, School Year 2022-23

More information about the regular tuition fees and possible income-related discounts are available in our price list.

The monthly fees listed include tuition and supervision from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Attendance is mandatory for primary and secondary students from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. (grades 1 through 4), 8:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. (grades 5 through 6), and until 3 p.m. (grades 7 through 13) on Fridays. A shuttle bus is available for a fee (not included in school fees).


Sibling Discount

Families who enroll two or more children in grades 1 to 13 and who pay the regular tuition fees, receive a sibling discount in tuition fees of 20%. The reduction is applicable to the fees for the second child and any additional children. The fees for the oldest child are to be paid in full. The one-time entrance fee as well as expenses incurred for any additional services are not affected by this reduction. A special sibling discount applies to income-based school fees, please see the price list for further details.


Scholarships available for especially strong students

SIS Berlin awards scholarships to especially strong students for the gymnasiale Oberstufe (grades 11 to 13 leading up to the German Abitur and - as an additional option - the IB Diploma). To find out more about requirements and the application process, please contact the principal.

Version: 7 January 2022. Subject to modifications and amendments.