Fees & Charges

The recommended tuition fee is approved each year by the Parish Education Board. Currently school fees are payable in advance at the beginning of each term. We have direct debit facilities available to assist with fee collection. School fees comprise a family fee with second and subsequent children incurring no additional charge. School fees currently are $1650 per annum.

Subject Levies

This Levy covers some of the cost associated with library and reading materials, physical education equipment, photocopying, computer programs, musical equipment as well as excursions and Sacramental Program materials. This is an annual charge per child. This levy is currently $262.There is an additional ICT Levy (per child) of $104.00 to keep our computers and other IT resources up to date.

Additional Levies

Mathletics and Reading Eggs: $56.00: Years Prep to Year 2 students will have access to individual Mathletics Licences and Reading Eggs licences. These programs can be accessed at school and at home.

Mathletics and Reading Eggs: $28.00: Years 3 to Year 6 students will have access to individual Mathletics Licences.

Sport Participation Levy: Children for Year 5 and Year 6 students will be charged an Interschool Sport Levy. Throughout the year senior students participate in Interschool Sporting events and Hoop Time Basketball. Year 3 and Year 4 students incur a $40 levy per child to cover the costs associated with various sporting activities and clinics.

Swimming: $102 per child for students in Prep to Year 4 who participate in the swimming program.

School Camp: Children in Grade 4,5 and 6 will participate in a School Camp. Families will be notified of the cost prior to camp.

Family Building Levy: $150: This is to allow for capital improvements and major works to be completed to the school building and facilities.

Family Maintenance Levy: $50: This levy enables our Grounds Committee to upkeep and update the school grounds and playground.

School Finance

Finance for the construction and running of the school comes from:

  • Personal contributions (School Fees and Levies)
  • Government Grants
  • Fundraising Activities

Personal contributions and fundraising make up the difference between Government Grants and actual costs. It is impossible to build and run the school on Government Grants alone.