This fee is to supply learning materials such as exercise books, art materials, cardboard, paper, folders etc. The fee of $130 per child is added to Term One fees.
This payment is based on the cost of grade excursions and incursions. It includes such events as: Gymnastics, Sports & Swimming Carnivals, Fagan Park, Grade Excursion and any guest speakers. This payment of $165 is payable in three equal instalments over 3 terms. This payment is non-refundable. Please note that this does not, however, cover the cost of the Swimming Program or the Year 5 & 6 Canberra excursion.
Administration / Maintenance Fee Levy
This levy is to purchase equipment and ongoing improvements. $102 per family per year paid in equal instalments over three terms.
Parents and Friends Levy
This optional levy is to purchase technology, books, equipment and resources needed for the students. $102 per family, per year, paid over three terms.
School Fee Accounts
All school fee accounts are processed through the TechOne Finance computer system. Second and third children in Systemic Catholic Schools are given a fee discount. NO tuition fees are applicable for fourth and subsequent children.
You will receive a Statement of Account at the beginning of each term. It would be appreciated if all fees could be paid as soon as possible. If you wish to make weekly or monthly payments, as small regular payments are easier to manage, please see the office.
A reminder for outstanding fees will be sent 30 days from the date of the original statement. If you encounter unexpected changes to your income that may make it difficult to pay your fees on time, please make an immediate appointment with the Principal to discuss the matter before the situation becomes unmanageable. The Catholic Education Office now has access to all school fee accounts and will follow up on all outstanding debts.
From time to time most families find that the cost of living and bringing up their families stretches their income to the limit. Any families who are experiencing difficulty meeting their school accounts are asked to contact the Principal early so that large amounts do not build up and become impossible to meet. Some parents take the option to pay a small amount each week.