The College understands that some families can find the payment of school fees difficult. This may be due to a low family income, or due to unexpected financial difficulties. The College has a genuine desire to help families afford Christian Education for their children, and therefore offer the following assistance:
Income Concession Discount
To assist families on low incomes (combined gross family income below $55,000) the College offers an Income Concession discount on the cost of tuition fees. Eligible families need to complete the 2019 Income Concession Application and the discount will be applied from the next school term.
To assist families that encounter sudden hardship, the College may offer a one-off discount on the tuition fees. Families can apply for bursaries during the year but all applications will be reviewed at the start of Semester 2 and limited funds may then be allocated to your account. Families should therefore continue to pay fees as they fall due irrespective of whether they are granted a Bursary or not. Download a copy of our Bursary Application Form
Secondary Assistance Scheme
The State Education Department offers a Secondary Assistance Scheme for the holders of a Centrelink Health Care Card, Pensioner Card or Veteran Affairs Pensioner Concession Card. Download a copy of the Secondary Assistance Scheme Form
For further information about paying your school fees please contact our Business Services staff.