FEES 2019

In accordance with our values, the College strives to keep fee levels as accessible as possible whilst continuing to maintain appropriate levels of staffing and supporting College programs.

Application Fee

Application Fee upon enrolment is $220.00 (non refundable)

Tuition Fees Effective 1 January 2019

Years 7 - 10

Years 11 - 12

Boarding Fees 2019

Boarding fees are in addition to tuition fees and cover meals and accommodation.

Boarding

Boarding Activities (for Years 7-10)

Please note: 

  • Fees are charged twice a year, in February for Semester 1 and July for Semester 2.

  • Payment instalments can be made fortnightly or monthly; instalment plans are sent out with the fees invoice each semester.

  • The Fee Schedule is reviewed by the College Board of Directors during the annual budgeting process.

The above fees include: 

  • subject fees

  • resource/technology fees

  • general excursions

  • school diary

  • yearbook

Building Fund

The College operates a Building Fund and requests donations of $400 per annum.  All donations are tax-deductible and can be included as part of the instalment plan.

$7,800

$9,060

$20,840

$500

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Good Samaritan Education

Good Samaritan Education (GSE) is responsible for ten incorporated colleges in Australia. Established in 2011 by the Sisters of the Good Samaritan, the mission of GSE is to sustain and nurture our Catholic schools as Good Samaritan Benedictine communities of learning.

www.goodsameducation.org.au

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www.goodsams.org.au

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4 Avenue Road,
Glebe NSW 2037 Australia

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St Scholastica's College acknowledges The Gadigal people of the Eora Nation on whose ancestral Country the College stands.

We pay our respect to the Traditional Custodians and Elders of this land past, present and future and acknowledge the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.