2020 Schedule of Fees and Charges
Years 5 and 6 - Annual Fee
|Years 7 to 12 - Annual Fee||$27 540|
|Technology Package Levy (Years 7 to 12)||
|Years 5 and 6 - Annual Fee||$21 620|
|Years 7 to 12 - Annual Fee||$27 060|
A non-refundable $500 application fee is required for both day boys and boarders and does not guarantee a place at the School.
A non-refundable $2754 confirmation fee (Endowment Fund contributing to the provision of bursaries at the School) is payable up to three years prior to a student's entry to the School. Payment of this fee is compulsory for all parents wishing to confirm their son's enrolment. This fee is not deducted from tuition fees.
An Advance Fee is payable the year prior to entry, of $2000 for entry into Years 5 or 6 or $2500 for entry into Years 7 to 12, and is credited to the first term’s Tuition Fee. If parents cancel their son’s enrolment after payment of the Advance Fee, the payment is forfeited to the School in lieu of notice.
The School provides a wide range of options for the payment of tuition and boarding fees including cheque, BPAY (using your Visa, Mastercard, cheque or savings account), direct debit and credit card payments via the School's website or free call 1800 791 550. American Express is also accepted.
Three plans are available:
full payment in advance each year, for which a discount is available if fees are paid by the due date
four equal instalments through the year
ten equal instalments through the year (BPay or direct debit facility must be used for this option - an administration fee applies for this payment method)
In the case of three or more brothers attending the School at the same time, a concessional discount of 50% is allowed for the third and subsequent students. This discount may be reviewed at the School's discretion if any brother is in receipt of other fee relief (e.g. through a scholarship or bursary).
Note: The School reserves the right to withdraw an enrolment if fees are not paid as and when they fall due, unless prior arrangements have been agreed in writing.