Fees for education in a Catholic school are an in-built component of the total funding of Catholic education. School fees are charges to assist in meeting the day-to-day operating costs of the school.
In recognition that Catholic schools do not attract the same level of recurrent funding from the Commonwealth and State Governments as other sectors, there is a requirement to raise private funds.
The major source of this private financial contribution is the school fee which may be supplemented with other contributions eg: direct parish(s) contributions, fundraising activities and the use of voluntary helpers.
If the parent has a current health care card at the beginning of the school year, you may be entitled to a reduction in fees.
2023 School Fee Documents
2023 School Fees
Use this as a guide as our fees are subject to change each year.
|TUITION FEE||Per family||$1,150||Pays for the running costs of the school ie: cleaning, utilities, maintenance and insurances.|
|CAPITAL FEE||Per family||$360||Assists in meeting loan repayments for building works and equipment purchases that we have to borrow money for.|
|STUDENT LEVY||Per student||$170||It is an expectation that this is paid by the end of Term 1 as this assists us in meeting the cost of essential supplies for the start of the school year, which have already been purchased. All money collected through this levy directly provides for the students in the classroom.|
|EXCURSION LEVY||Per student||$80||Excursions.|
|SWIMMING LEVY||Per student||$90||Swimming lessons including bus transport.|
|TECHNOLOGY LEVY||Per student||
Foundation (Prep) to Year 2
Years 4 to 6
|YEARS 3/4 CAMP FEE||Per student||$210||Pays for transport, accommodation, meals and any entry and activity fees. Must be paid before the camp date.|
|YEARS 5/6 CAMP FEE||Per student||$415||Pays for transport, accommodation, meals and any entry and activity fees. Must be paid before the camp date.|