We seek to deliver a high standard of College education for comparatively low fees.
Annual Tuition Fees
Annual Tuition Fees incorporates tuition fees and standard activities.
Year - level Levy
Covers the cost of standard excursions, camps and sports. The additional resources costs have been added to the year level levy which includes items such as photocopy fees, Adobe Licencing fees and class resources. This levy is not adjusted for late entry during the college year and while this includes the cost of camps and excursions, refunds do not apply for non-attendance of these events as arrangements and bookings are put in place early in the year to ensure costs can be kept to a minimum.
When 25 % discount is applied
When families have more than one child attending the College concurrently discounts apply to the Tuition Fee only. (First child fee applies to the eldest child.)
Foundation - Year 2
Year - level Levy for Foundation - Year 2
Years 3 - 6
Year-level Levy for Years 3 - 6
Year 7 (Pre-flight)
Year-level Levy for Year 7 (Pre-flight)
Year 8 (1st Year - Altitude)
Year-level Levy for Year 8 (1st Year - Altitude)
Year 9 (2nd Year - Altitude)
Year-level Levy for Year 9 (2nd Year - Altitude)
Year 10 (3rd Year - Altitude)
Year-level Levy for Year 10 (3rd Year - Altitude)
Financial and account information
The first accounts for 2020 will be issued in late December 2019 and are due for payment by Friday 24th January 2020. If the total Annual Tuition Fee is paid by the above date, a 5% discount will apply.
Subsequent accounts will be issued one month prior to the due date and will be due on:
Term 2: Friday 10th April 2020
Term 3: Friday 10th July 2020
Term 4: Friday 2nd October 2020
Building Fund Donations
The college operates a Building Fund to upgrade and maintain its facilities in order to provide a quality learning environment and to meet the increasing needs. Families are asked to donate $100.00 to this fund. All donations paid to the building fund are fully tax--deductible and funds are used specifically for the purpose of upgrading and maintaining the college facilities.
Buses and Conveyance allowance
Bus fees are charged in addition. Where families are eligible for conveyance allowance, the allowance contributes to the bus fee. Bus fees are due the first week of the College year.
The Conveyance Allowance is provided to assist eligible families with the cost of transporting their child to and from school. To be eligible you must reside more than 4.8 km from the school and it must be the closest school of its type to your home.
Application Forms are now available from the College Administration Office.
There are 2 types of Application forms available:
Private Bus Travel Student Conveyance Allowance (if your child travels on the school bus)
Private Car Travel Student Conveyance Allowance.
Camps, Sports & Excursions Fund (CSEF)
CSEF is a state Government initiative to assist eligible families to cover the costs of school trips, camps and sporting activities. If you hold a valid means-tested concession card or are a temporary foster parent, you may be eligible for CSEF. The allowance will be paid to the school to use towards expenses relating to camps, excursions, or sporting activities for the benefit of your child. The annual CSEF amount per student will be: $125 for primary school students or $225 for secondary school students.
Please note CSEF assistance is paid to the school. For an application form contact our College Administrator.
College Contributive Service Scheme
Each family of the College can choose to contribute 40 hours per annum of voluntary work within the College or pay $15 per hour in addition to the annual fees.
The College may charge a late payment administration fee of $25 per month to accounts that remain outstanding beyond the due date.
Written notice of one full term must be provided to the Principal prior to the withdrawal of a student, including withdrawal at the end of the College year.