Fees

The following fees are charged:
  • School Fees (Terms 1, 2 & 3) - Set by the Sydney Catholic Schools
  • School Building Levy (Terms 1, 2 & 3) - Set by the Archdiocese in consultation with the Parish
  • Administration and Resource Fee (Terms 1, 2 & 3) - Set by the School Finance Committee
  • Any excursions/school activities will also be billed with the Term fees
Fees Accounts are sent in Terms 1, 2 and 3. We request that all fees are paid promptly. If parents experience serious difficulty in making payments, please contact the School Principal so that a payment plan can be organised.

Parents who require assistance with their school fees have two ways of doing so:
 
    Apply for a bursary through the Catholic Education Foundation
        - 2017 Principal Endorsement Form (to be attached to each type of bursary application)
        - 2017 Application for a Financial Bursary
        - Centrelink Centrepay Form
        - 2017 Application for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Bursary
        - 2017 Application for a Refugee Bursary
 
    Apply for a school fee reduction. 
        - Family Financial Information form

The paperwork for both of these options is available from our school office upon request.  Applications are passed on to SCS for consideration.

In 2014, the Sydney Archdiocesan of Schools (SACS) Board approved a gradual reduction in the level of sibling discounts offered for the 2nd and 3rd child attending a Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Sydney.

In accordance with this decision, the sibling discounts for 2016 are as follows:
  • For the 2nd child, there is a 15% reduction of the tuition fee
  • For the 3rd child, a 40% fee reduction applies
  • For the 4th child onwards, a 100% tuition fee reduction is applicable.

MONEY PAID TO SCHOOL

In attempt to eliminate cash being brought to school, we ask where possible, that payment of fees, excursions etc be made by way of eftpos, BPay or cheque. If in the event you must forward cash, please ensure that the envelope clearly displays your child’s name, class and the purpose of the money.