Fee Remission Scheme

The fee remission scheme is for families who have difficulty in meeting tuition fees or specific activity fees. Students applying for this scheme must maintain a satisfactory standard in both academic performance and social conduct, and have obtained a recommendation from school.

(獲資助的學生,成績和品行須達滿意水平及獲學校推薦)

The completed form, together with all necessary documents, must be returned to the school office by hand on or before 20th May, 2016. All applications will be assessed by the school and the Fund Management Committee, and the results will be released in mid-August 2016. .
(申請表格及所需文件須於2016年5月20日或之前親身交回本校辦事處,由校方及基金管理委員會審核,申請結果將於2016年8月中公佈。)

A. Eligibility for Fee Remission

The applicant must be a parent or legal guardian of a student who is currently studying at Po Leung Kuk Choi Kai Yau School.

B. Fee Remission

There are five levels of fee remission for the school year. The details are as follows:

Maximum Fee Remission % Annual Family Income (HK$)
Family up to 3 persons Family of 4 persons Family of 5 persons or above
100% 0 – 180,000 0 – 270,000 0 – 360,000
80% 180,001 – 270,000 270,001 – 360,000 360,001 – 450,000
60% 270,001 – 360,000 360,001 – 450,000 450,001 – 540,000
40% 360,001 – 450,000 450,001 – 540,000 540,001 – 630,000
20% 450,001 – 540,000 540,001 – 630,000 630,001 – 720,000
0% Above 540,000 Above 630,000 Above 720,001

C. Method of Assessment

  1. If the total assets (the value of the living property is not included; but the value of other properties or savings and fixed deposits, shares and stocks, fixed assets, etc are included) of the applicant and the spouse exceed $500,000, they will be ineligible for the fee remission scheme. The value of assets is defined as the sum of net positive value of each individual asset (gross asset value less related outstanding liabilities).
  2. Those who are already receiving education allowances or financial assistance will not qualify for the fee remission scheme.
  3. “Family members” normally refer to the applicant, his/her spouse, unmarried children and dependent parents residing with the family.
  4. “Annual Family Income” includes the annual income of the applicant and his/her spouse, 30% of the annual income of unmarried children residing with the family, contributions from other children and relatives/friends, and other incomes if applicable (Refer to Appendix I: Items of Family Income).
  5. The school has the final decision on the eligibility and level of financial assistance for each application.

D. Application Procedure

  1. Applications for fee remission have to be made annually so that the changing financial position of a family can be taken into account.
  2. All required documents should be attached to the application form (Refer to Appendix 2: Supporting Documents Required) and submitted in person on or before 20th May, 2016. Those who have not submitted all required documents by the deadline will be assumed to have withdrawn their applications.
  3. Applications submitted later than 20th May, 2016 will not be accepted.
  4. The applicant is obligated to complete the application form fully and accurately. Any misrepresentation or omission on the application form may cause disqualification of the applicant, delay of the application procedures, or repayment of the full amount of fee remission awarded.
  5. The school will verify all the applications received.  If necessary, the applicants will be required to attend an interview.

E. Release of Results

Each applicant will be notified of the results in writing in mid-August 2016.

F. Documents to be submitted

Refer to Appendix II: Supporting Documents Required.