There are 34 independent private secondary schools in Hertfordshire.
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Non-inspected private schools include all private elementary schools as well as any private secondary schools that do not offer OSSD credit courses. In addition to not being inspected by ministry staff, these schools are not required to follow the official Ontario curriculum, although they must still offer instruction in any of the subjects in the elementary or secondary courses of study.
Fees for private schooling vary greatly according to factors such as school locations, reputations and type of education available. At a private prep school, fees are usually around £2000 per term. Private secondary school fees are higher. In single-sex education, girls' school fees tend to be cheaper than that of boys. Typically an independent school for girls will charge fees of up to £3000 per term, while a boys' school may be around £3500 per term. Boarding schools cost more, usually between £3-5000 per term.Private schools usually charge for extra costs in addition to fees. These may include lunches, coach transport, books, exam entries, and optional activities such as music tuition. Private school uniforms can also be an expensive cost. Most private schools offer means-tested bursary schemes. Scholarships may also made available for gifted students at independent schools.Admission policies vary across the independent sector; while some private schools are selective (usually based on academic criteria, tested through exams and/or interviews) others are non-selective. Places at private schools are usually organised in the school year preceding the year of admission, and some places may be filled very quickly. Most independent schools have open days where potential students and their parents can see the school in action. These are usually held in October. At the open day, headteachers will discuss their own school admissions policy in detail. Secondary private schools that ask prospective students to sit exams will usually set tests in maths, English and/or verbal and non-verbal reasoning. In these schools and in non-selective independent schools, the admission policy will usually include interviewing prospective students and may also include interviews with parents. Private schools considering potential admissions will also usually ask a child's current school for a progress report.Directory of schools in Kenya and their codes. Private secondary schools in Kenya. National secondary schools in Kenya. Public secondary schools in Kenya. Top/best secondary schools in Kenya. List of secondary schools in Kenya