About Cayman Prep & High School
A private primary and high school (on two separate campuses) in George Town, Grand Cayman which accepts boys and girls from ages 4 to 18 whose aim is to develop each student’s potential and talents whilst promoting sound Christian moral values. They are one of two British curriculum-based schools in the Cayman Islands.
School Director: Ms. Debra McLaughlin
Academic Calendar: September–June
The Primary School has specialist teachers for PE, ICT, Music, Spanish,
French and Support for Learning in Literacy and Mathematics.
Primary School site: 242 Smith Road, GT
Primary School Principal: Robin Davies
Tel: +1 345 949 5932
Student Population Primary School: 522
High School site: 559 Walkers Road, GT
High School Principal: Mr. Karl Murphy
Tel: +1 345 949 9115
Student Population High School: 465
Maximum Class Size: 25 (24 in KG) with all infant classes (KG to Year 2) staffed by a qualified teacher and a Learning Assistant. Each Junior year group (Year 3 to 6) also has a Learning Assistant. There are three classes per year in the primary school.
After School Care: Provided daily for Primary School Students to 5.30pm. CI$15 per afternoon session, CI$250 per month.
Curriculum: UK National Curriculum leading to IGCSE, GCSE, AS and A Levels (Cambridge International and Welsh examination boards).
Tuition Fees 2021-2022
Fees can be paid per term (3x per year) or monthly (10x per year). Special rates apply.
Note: Registration fee of CI$300.
Annual Snack Fee: CI$180 per term, KG to Year 2
Annual Resource Fees: KG-Y6 CI$150 and Y7-Y9 CI$300
Annual PTA Fee: CI$75
Meals: Daily hot and cold lunches CI$5.50-CI$6.75 per day
After School Care: Provided daily to 5.30pm. CI$15 per afternoon session, CI$250 per month.
Sibling Discount: Third and subsequent children will receive 10% sibling discount on tuition fees.
Multi-purpose halls, specialist IT and science labs, art and music rooms, drama studio, sports field, research libraries, basketball/netball courts and sixth form facilities, plus mature trees and shady play areas.
Duke of Edinburgh Award, Model United Nations, annual music production, music bands and choirs, debating, robotics, wide range of after-school clubs and activities, sports include rugby, cricket, football (girls and boys), netball, table tennis, field hockey, volleyball, badminton, fitness, sailing and diving.