Our fees and levies allow us to provide our students and their families with the most up to date educational practices, technology and quality staff.
School fees have two components; 1. Family Fee and 2. Student Levies. The Family Fee is charged per family, while Student Levies are billed per student.
The Family Fee for 2019 is $1740.00 per annum.
Student Levies cover the activities that your child will participate in throughout the year. These levies are spent directly on curriculum needs including stationery, art materials, photocopying, excursions, camps, interschool sport, Care Monkey and graduation costs. As students in each year level participate in different activities, the levy is different for each level, increasing from P-6.
Using this table you can calculate your fees for the year by adding the Family Fee and the Student Levies applicable for your children. For example if your children will be in Prep and Year 2, you will pay a Family Fee of $1740 + $450 + 480 = $2670 for the year.
Fees are sent as an annual invoice but there are several payment options available:
- In three equal instalments by 22 March, June 21 and September 13; OR
- Annual payment of fees in full by March 22; OR
- Ten equal instalments from February to November on the 17thof the month
- Via direct debit/electronic funds transfer in instalments that work for your family.
Swimming is a compulsory activity that is subsidised by our Government and funds are then distributed through CEM. When this subsidy has been confirmed, you will be billed any remaining amount.
If your child chooses to participate in any of the following optional activities you will be billed to cover participation costs: Tournament of Minds, Maths Olympiad, Shared Stories Anthology, Sacramental Program, Year 6 bomber jackets (optional). There are funds available to assist families who may be unable to meet these costs.
As a Catholic school we will ensure that no family is turned away through inability to pay fees. A reduced fee is available for Health Care Card Holders. Please discuss this with Christine.