The College’s fees are set out below.
These fees are designed to cover all tuition expenses for all students, with some exceptions, also set out below. The fees include such expenses as camps, music programs (class lessons and band training), retreats/reflection days and College publications as well as the usual administrative, curriculum, sport and staffing costs.
The Family Capital Development Levy is used to support development and major renovation programs. This is not a voluntary levy.
Annual Fees — 2018
|Tuition fees- for each primary student [Year 4- Year 6]||$7,800 per year|
|Tuition fees- for each secondary student [Year 7- Year 12]||$10,030 per year|
|Family Capital Development Levy- per family||$940 per year|
Please note the following are not part of the inclusive fee above:
- Year 10 Optional Camps
- Private Music tuition and instrument hire
- Annual Music Camp
- Elective LOTE Study Tours
- Coolies Immersion (Year 12)
- Year 12 Valedictory Dinner
- Year 4, Year 7 and Year 10 Technology levy
- Papua New Guinea Immersion (Year 11)
- Balgo Hills Immersion
A fee will be imposed if a student withdraws from a VET or VCAL unit during the year or where the subject levy for the VET/VCAL unit exceeds $3,000.
Private music lessons are available as an option to students and are charged separately from school fees; the charges are $715 per Semester (16 x 30 minute lessons). Limited instrument hire is also available.
Year 7, Year 8, Year 10 and Year 11 students will be charged an annual Technology levy of $720 fee to cover the cost of a notebook and supporting services.
Primary and Year 9 students will be charged a Technology levy of $560.
There is a 10% discount on the tuition fees for each student where there is more than one boy from the family attending the College.
Families that qualify for the Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) will receive a discount of $225. To apply for CSEF funding, complete the form available on this website.
Payment of Fees
Fees are payable by one of the following methods:
- In full by end of February;
- In three equal instalments one each at the end of February, May and August;
- In ten equal instalments- payable each month from February to November inclusive; or
- Other regular payments by arrangement with the Director of Finance & Administration.
Each family’s preferred payment option for 2018 should be nominated on theFee Payment Options Formand returned to the College by 31 January 2018.
A late fee of $120 will be levied for fees not received by the nominated date.
Advance Fee Payment
Students commencing at the College in 2017 or later are required to pay an advance fee. This fee will be held and deducted from the fees payable in the last year the student is at the College.
For students commencing in 2019, the fee will be $4,380. For students commencing in 2020, the fee will be $4,660. The advance fee is payable in 3 instalments. A component of this fee is non-refundable, should the student elect not to commence at the College.
Early Payment Discounts
A discount is available for early payment of the full yearly tuition fee and family capital levy. The discount is:
- for all fees paid in full by 12 December 2017, $350 per student
- for all fees paid in full by 28 February 2018, $250 per student
Fees may be paid by:
- BPay (preferred option);
- Credit Card (MasterCard or Visa);
- Direct debit from your nominated bank account;
- Cheque or
For any account enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the College on 9508 2100.
One term’s notice, in advance, in writing, is required if the student is being withdrawn from the College. Fees are payable up to and including the notice term. Fees already paid are refunded for any part of the year remaining after the term’s notice period.