The College is a not-for-profit organisation, which exists to provide an independent education within the context of the Christian faith. The College relies on income from families in the form of fees, as well as recurrent funding from the State and Commonwealth Government to meet the wide range of costs associated with staffing, teaching, administration and facility update and maintenance.
For a full listing of all international fees, please visit International Students – Kingsway Christian College
Bursaries – To assist families who encounter unexpected financial hardship the College has established a bursary fund. On receipt of a completed bursary application form, eligible families will receive a one-off discount on their tuition fees, provided the College still has funds remaining in the bursary account. Until receiving bursary assistance, families should continue to pay fees as they fall due and maintain communication with Finance Department providing updates on their financial situations.
Download a copy of our 2022 Bursary Application
Secondary Assistance Scheme – The State Education Department offers a Secondary Assistance Scheme of up to $350 to parents or guardians of Y7-Y12 students, who hold an eligible Centrelink Health Care Card, Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card or Veteran Affairs Pensioner Concession Card.
Application forms can be obtained from College reception. The application form needs to be witnessed by a member of staff from the Finance Department, please note that proof of eligibility must be provided.
Applications are closed for 2022.
For further information contact the Family Accounts Officer.
(08) 9302 8777
We invite families to have a conversation with us about their children’s educational needs, so that together, we can decide whether Kingsway is the right College with which to partner.