Schedule of Fees
Fees are subject to review each year. Fees shown below may only be for current year.
|Enrolment Application Fee
This fee is paid when the enrolment application form is lodged and is non-refundable.
|Enrolment Confirmation Fee
$2,000 is paid upon acceptance of an offer.
This fee is paid upon accepting an offer and is non-refundable and non-transferable should you wish to cancel the enrolment.
Tuition Fees 2023
|Year Level||Payment 1||Payment 2||Payment 3||Total per annum|
|Years 5 and 6||$3,400.00||$3,400.00||$3,400.00||$10,200|
|Years 7 to 12||$3,966.67||$3,966.67||$3,966.66||$11,900|
Tuition fees include the following components:
- Years 5 and 6 Tuition fees, Activities fee, 24 hr Accident Insurance cover, supply of a College Diary and the College Annual.
- Years 7 to 10 Tuition fees, ISA membership fee, 24 hr Accident Insurance cover, the supply of a College Diary and the College Annual.
- Years 11 and 12 Tuition fees, ISA membership fees, Trial HSC papers (Yr 12), 24 hr Accident Insurance cover, Old Boy membership, the supply of a College Diary and the College Annual.
Please note: Tuition fees may rise substantially in future years due to changes in government funding policies.
In addition to the Tuition Fees are the following Fees:
|Year Level||Fee per year|
|Years 5 and 6||$600|
|Years 7 to 12||$500|
To enhance the overall teaching and learning for the boys a Resource Fee is charged to provide for Information Communications Technology (ICT). With five full time staff the ICT department supports over 1300 devices. ICT support the interactive screens in all classrooms, the College website, software development, ICT infrastructure, computers for every member of the teaching and support staff, and filming for lives streams and events.
The Resource Fee includes a technology access fee, copyright and printing fees. The fee will appear on Term 1 statements.
Personal Learning Devices (PLD’s) provided to students must be treated with care and should be returned in the same condition they were received. (see PLD Agreement for details). Should any students misuse or lose a PLD, there is a $100 per incident excess which will be added to their fees.
|Item||Details||Annual Fee 2023|
|PLD’s||PLD Year 5||$650|
|PLD Year 6||$545|
|PLD Year 7||$590|
|PLD Year 8||$533|
|PLD Year 9||$535|
|PLD Year 10||$590|
|PLD Year 11||$522|
|PLD Year 12||$524|
|Performing Arts Levy||A per student levy is charged in Term 2 for participants in the Music and Drama program. The fee contributes to the cost of music, copyright, royalties and ensemble directors.||$270|
Instrumental & Vocal
|Parents are charged directly by music tutors on a per term basis. These fees do not appear on College fee notices. Instrumental lessons are set at $50 per ½ hour.||$550 per term (max 11 weeks)|
|Instrument Hire||A wide range of musical instruments are owned and maintained by the College. Participating students are charged in Term 2 each year.||$250|
|Sport||Individual sports may require a participation fee to cover costs of association membership and relevant equipment.||Charges as determined|
Class Camps and Sundry Items
|Each year group and curriculum area has various costs in relation to excursions, incursions, retreats and camps for which fees are charged.||Charges as determined|
|P & F Association||In place of past fundraising activities such as the annual art show, fete and working bees the P&F charge a levy to fund various projects for the benefit of students.||$200|
|Building Fund||To assist the College towards its long term maintenance and development of property and infrastructure families are asked to make a Tax Deductible donation to the Building Fund.||$930|
Tuition fee statements are emailed out before the start of each term and payment is due by the due date. Payment can be made via Bpay direct from a bank account, over the phone or via the College website with a credit card or in person using a credit card. To further facilitate payment a standing authority for the College to charge a credit card may be completed which will allow the College to effect payment on the due dates or by instalments. The College currently does not impose a surcharge on payment via credit card. Credit cards accepted: Visa and MasterCard. A late fee administration fee of $110 may apply if payment is not received by the due date. The College policy is to pursue all fees outstanding, including any costs incurred in the debt recovery process.
When more than one son is attending St Pius X, the following discounts apply to the tuition fee component only:
- 2nd son – 15%
- 3rd son – 25%
- 4th son – 50%
One term’s notice, in writing, must be given for withdrawal of a student. In the absence of such notice the equivalent of a full term’s fees plus 10% GST will be charged.
The College assumes that you appreciate the importance of the payment of school fees. The College is not in a position to offer discounts other than sibling discounts (see Schedule of Fees for details). Our fee structure for such a large and well resourced College is quite low by the standards of most Catholic and Independent schools.
It is a condition of enrolment that all financial obligations are honoured.
Billings & Payments
Tuition fee statements are emailed out before the start of each term. Payment can be made via Bpay from a bank account or BPoint from a credit card over the College website. To further facilitate payment a standing authority for the College to charge a credit card may be completed which will allow the College to effect payment on the due dates. The College currently does not impose a surcharge on payment via credit card. Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard and American Express . All fees for Years 5 – 12 are payable by instalments each year. Payment is due by the due date unless other arrangements have been made with the Finance Office. The College policy is to pursue all fees outstanding, including any costs incurred in the debt recovery process.