2022 Schedule of Fees and Charges

Fees (incl. GST)

  • Tuition Fee – This fee is set by the Catholic Education Commission and collected by the College to support the curriculum and pay all salaries and the levy charged to schools to administer Catholic Education in the Archdiocese.

Sibling Discounts apply for this fee:

  • Voluntary Building Fund – The Canberra Catholic Schools Building Fund is a voluntary tax‐deductible contribution payable by the eldest child at a systemic school in the Archdioceses of Canberra and Goulburn. Please contact the Finance Office if you do not wish to contribute to this fund.
  • College Levy – The levy is charged to assist with student curriculum, technology, and administration services, including elective costs, the digital device, College camps and retreats in Years 7, 10 and 12 and curriculum‐based excursions and performances that cost up to $25 per student per event. The levy also contributes to the development, maintenance, and ongoing refurbishment of the College’s facilities.
  • Year 7 combination lock ‐ Year 7 students are issued with a locker lock when they commence at the College at a cost of $16.50, charged in Term 1.
  • Late payment processing fee ‐ A per term family fee of $50 applied to accounts that are not paid by the due date.
  • Enrolment lodgment fee ‐ A per student, non‐refundable fee payable on acceptance of position.
  • Laptop accidental excess fee for 1st two repairs – Laptop repair per student excess payable each time, for first two repair instances.
  • Laptop accidental excess fee for 3rd or more repairs ‐ Laptop repair per student excess payable each time, for third and consecutive repairs.
  • Compass student ID card replacement – Student ID card replacement charge for each instance when a new card is required to be issued.
 OTHER COSTS
  • Occasionally incursion, excursions and performances will take place that cost more than $25 per student. These activities will be charged on a per event basis.
  • School Socials, Uniform Free days, fundraising activities and non-curricula excursions will need to be paid for on a per instance basis.
  • Students of Textile Studies will be required to purchase fabric and haberdashery items as needed during the year.
  • Students of Technical Graphics will be required to purchase appropriate drawing instruments and supplies.
  • Students of Furniture Construction and Woodwork may need to purchase individually selected timbers.
  • Students enrolled in certain Registered Units may need to pay external provider costs and/or materials required for the unit.
  • Students of Year 9 and 10 Sport and Recreation will be required to cover the cost of a First Aid Course and Certification.
  • Students of Tertiary Accredited Mathematics courses will be required to purchase graphics calculators.
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