Withdrawal OFFICE HOURS
Term 7:15am to 4:00pm School Holidays 8:00am to 1:00pm
(First and last weeks of the holidays 8:00am to 4:00pm)
We operate an open door policy during office hours, there is no need to make an appointment to see one of the office staff.
School accounts are payable in full on or before the first day of term. Students will need a clearance certificate (issued at time of payment) to gain entry to Class or to the Hostel at the beginning of each term.
For all new students Girls’ College charges a nominal Registration fee, to cover administration expenses related to the application, and an Acceptance fee, a non-refundable payment which contributes to capital development of the school. Both fees are one off payments.
Thereafter, Girls’ College charges two school fees depending on the student type:-
The tuition fees includes tuition, text books or access to e-books and exercise books, sports coaching and cultural activities. It also includes a Parents Assembly Development Levy.
The fee for Boarders includes a Hostel levy, lodging, furniture and soft furnishings with the exception of linen, all meals as well as a break time snack. For Boarders, this fee is in addition to the Tuition Fee.
For enquiries about the Registration and Acceptance Fees, our current term tuition and boarding fees, please contact us directly, as these are subject to change from time to time.
Girls’ College maintains accounts with the following Zimbabwean registered banks:-
EcoBank (formerly known as Premier Bank)
Please contact our Accounts Department for bank account details.
Girls’ College offers an extra payment facility via Ecocash. The Girls’ College Ecocash Merchant/Billing number is 42804
Any pupil using the school bus for trips outside Bulawayo will be charged at an economic rate as decided by the Administrator. The College operates a bus service to and from the City Hall for girls who use public transport. This operates on a ticket system and tickets have to be obtained from the School Payments Office.
All textbooks and exercise books are provided by the College. As these are now an expensive and scarce commodity, girls are expected to treat books with due care. All textbooks and library books are covered with plastic to increase their length of usage. Missing textbooks are charged to parents at the current replacement value. However, replacing the lost book with a new copy is preferred by most departments.
Any absence from school, for health or any other reason, must be reported to the school office on the first day of absence and followed up with a written excuse note. Any absence longer than two days will require a doctor’s letter.