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Back to School: Student fees

Below are student fees for the 2018-19 school year. Some fees vary school by school, or have not yet been determined.

Elementary school

iPad: $20 user fee.
Recorder: $6.

Middle school

iPad: $20 user fee.
Lock: $10 maximum. Rowan-Salisbury Schools requires school-purchased locks on lockers as a safety issue.
PE uniform: $20 maximum.

High school

Career and technical education courses: Cost will be charged based on the course and the student supply to be taken home.

Career and technical education certification: Cost will be determined by the cost of the certification exam. Waivers for fees may be granted by making application through the school guidance office.

AP exams: Costs are determined by the College Board and are non-refundable. Waivers for fees may be granted by making application through the school guidance office.

PSAT: $14. Students are not required to take the PSAT.

Art: $25 for art courses above Art 1.

Band: $250 maximum. This fee is for uniform maintenance and is charged to all students who are issued a band uniform.

College and Career Promise: $20. This fee is for students who choose to take these courses that are taught by a Career and Technical Education teacher or a dual-enrollment instructor.

Graduation: $35. This covers cap, gown, tassel and hood.

Gym uniform: $20. The requirement for gym suits is determined by each school.

Laptop: $40 user fee.

Lifetime recreational sports: $20. This covers the entrance and participation fees and transportations costs for all off-campus activities.

Lock: $10. Schools require school-purchased locks on lockers as a safety issue.

Elective PE courses: $15. This fee will cover the cost of towels, detergent and any needed supplies for all elective PE courses above the ninth-grade required course.

Parking permits: $35. This fee covers costs related to parking lot maintenance.

Science lab: $10. This fee covers the cost of lab materials.

Sports medicine and kinesiology: $10. To be charged to cover supplies needed.


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