Our Fees

Running any school costs money, but it costs much more to provide pupils with a high-quality education.

We provide our pupils with one of the best educations in Zambia. In 2020, this will cost us K950,000 in running costs (power, food, repairs, etc), equipment, books and salaries.

We run the school as a charity, so there aren’t any owners trying to make money for themselves from educating children. Instead, the school has friends overseas who cover half our costs. They give so we can keep our fees as low as possible.

This means you can buy a Mukwashi education for your child which is worth three times the price you actually pay.

We charge fees per week, and you pay for the whole term in advance at the start of every term.

 Our fees for 2020

Our fees for the September – December term are below. The fees for Grades 7, 9 & 12 are lower due to their short last term.

Fees must be paid in full at the start of term. However, parents paid monthly may make a signed, formal agreement with the school to pay their fees in two monthly instalments; and parents paid fortnightly may make a signed, formal agreement to pay their fees in four fortnightly instalments.

  • Pre-school:

    (Reception) K360

  • Primary:

    (Grades 1-6)  K530
    (Grade 7)  K470

  • Lower secondary:

    (Grade 8) K780
    (Grade 9) K690

  • Upper secondary:

    (Grades 10 – 11) K895
    (Grade 12) K860

Mukwashi Food Programme 

We provide pupils with a free daily snack or light meal which is as nutritious as possible. 

Mukwashi School Uniform 

Your child must wear our simple and affordable school uniform —- which you can buy at the school. 

Mukwashi School Bus 

We provide a daily bus service to and from school, which runs along the Mumbwa Road. This is free for bursary pupils, but we make a small weekly charge of K20 for other pupils using the bus. You must pay the fare weekly in advance at school. 

Mukwashi Bursary Fund 

We offer a 30% fee discount to pupils whose parents, together, earn less than K1,000 per month. 

We offer 50 free places to pupils who are orphans, or whose parents are both unemployed, or whose parents, together, earn less than K500 per month.