Mandurah Catholic College - Tuition and Fees Schedule 2019 UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE HOLY FAMILY
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The following outlines the fees and charges for the 2019 school year. Fees are set incorporating the costs of all items known to be an integral part of the curriculum, including tuition, compulsory levies, year level fees and some camps and excursions. Annual Tuition Fees – The following fees apply per student unless otherwise indicated: Primary School Secondary School Kindergarten & Pre-Primary Tuition $1,009 Year 7 to Year 10 Tuition $3,525 Year 1 to Year 6 Tuition $1,009 Year 11 to Year 12 Tuition $3,845 Amenities Fee $358 Amenities Fees $463 Student Charges • Annual Tuition Fee • Amenities Fee • ICT Service Fee • Year Levy • Subject Fee (where applicable) Family Levies • Building Levy • Parents & Friends Association Amenities Fee This fee contributes to miscellaneous student related expenses. The balance of this expenditure is subsidised by the College. The following levies and charges detail the major areas where the College utilises the collected Amenities Fee: • Catholic Church Insurance – Basic cover for every student. Details – www.ccinsurance.org.au. MCC Policy No: 06 PAE 0101534. This policy covers students for accidents both in school and out while they are enrolled at the College. • Catholic Education WA Student per Capita Levies: Copyright, Co-Responsibility, K-12 Miscellaneous Educational Levy, New Site Acquisition Fund Levy. • Mandurah Catholic College – College Annual, Library resources, sport equipment, House Days, Liturgies, Masses and Speech & Awards Ceremony; classroom general supplies (including tissues and sunscreen; cleaning costs associated with classrooms and toilet facilities; maintenance of buildings, furniture and grounds). ICT Service Fee Primary School – Pre-Primary to Year 6 $63 Secondary School – Year 7 to Year 12 $121 This fee contributes to the costs of maintaining the technical support for all iPads and laptops associated with Information Technology. • Catholic Education WA Student/Capita Levy: ICT Levies. • SEQTA/CONEQT – a student data recording and reporting tool accessible by teachers and parents. Compulsory Activities, Camps, Incursions, Excursions and Retreats Correspondence including a student permission slip will be sent home detailing the activity. All compulsory costs for camps, incursions and excursions are included in your account. Please note there will be no refund/credits if your child does not attend any planned compulsory activity as these costs are pre-paid up to a year in advance. Family Levies ‘Parents & Friends’ Levy: $50 per family per annum This applies to all Primary and Secondary School families. This levy goes towards purchasing resources and equipment necessary to providing students with quality education. Building Levy: $607 per family per annum This is a compulsory payment and is not tax deductible. This levy applies to all Primary and Secondary School families and contributes towards maintaining the College and Capital Development. Family Discount (applied to tuition fees only) Primary School 2nd Child – 10% 3rd Child – 20% 4th Child or more – 100% Secondary School 2nd Child – 15% 3rd Child – 50% 4th Child or more – 100% Family discount also applies to students who are in another Catholic Primary School in the Peel Region .
2019 – Secondary Fees: Materials and Related Costs (items in bold are compulsory) Primary School Kindergarten Education/Resource Levy $90 Pre-Primary – Year 6 Subject/Resource Levy $300 Pre-Primary – Year 6 Compulsory Excursions/Incursions $168 Year 3 Sacrament – Reconciliation $41 Year 4 Sacrament – Communion $52 Year 6 Sacrament – Confirmation $52 Year 6 Graduation $52 Year 6 Camp Compulsory $433 Secondary School Year 7 General Levy covering Core Subjects $662 Compulsory Activities – Excursions/Incursions/Retreat/Camp $412 Year 8 General Levy covering Core Subjects $662 Compulsory Activities – Excursions/Incursions/Retreat/Camp $258 Year 9 General Levy covering Core Subjects $662 Compulsory Activities – Excursions/Incursions/Retreat/Camp $158 An additional levy will apply to students for subject costs that are above the General Subject Levy: Design Technology - Food 9DTF: A&B $72 Outdoor Education (including Camps) 9OED $206 Year 10 General Levy covering Core Subjects $662 Compulsory Activities – Excursions/Incursions/Retreat/Camp $357 An additional levy will apply to students for subject costs that are above the General Subject Levy: Design Technology - Food 10DTF $113 Furnishings Certificate I FURC1 $150 Outdoor Education (including Camps) 10OED $567 Year 11 General Levy covering Core Subjects $525 Compulsory Activities – Excursions/Incursions/Retreat/Camp $547 An additional levy will apply to students for subject costs that are above the General Subject Levy: Education Support Certificate III EDSC3 $52 Engineering Certificate II – Pathways 11EMTC2 $129 Design Technology - Food 11FST: G1&G2 $232 Furnishings – Certificate II 11FURC2 $128 Career & Enterprise 11CAE: G1&G2 $360 Music General 11MUSC: G1&G2 $72 Outdoor Education – General 11OED: G1&G2 $330 Outdoor Education – ATAR 11OED: A1&A2 $330 Visual Arts 11VAR: G1&G2/A1&A2 $165
Year 12 General Levy covering Core Subjects $525 Compulsory Activities – Excursions/Incursions/Retreat/Camp $441 An additional levy will apply to students for subject costs that are above the General Subject Levy: Education Support Certificate III EDSC3 $52 Engineering Certificate II – Pathways 12EMZC2 $129 Design Technology - Food 12FSTGT $175 Wood Focus Certificate I 12FUZC2 $72 Music General 12MUSGT $72 Outdoor Education – General 12OEDGT $350 Outdoor Education – ATAR 12OEDAT $566 Visual Arts 12VAR: AT> $165 Vocational Pathways Certificate II Skills for Work 12FSKC2 $361 Music Lessons Extra-curricular Music Tuition (32 x 30 minute lessons and associated costs) Optional $1,133 Payment Options & Methods All accounts are to be finalised by 8 November, 2019 Payment Arrangements for the year must be set up with the College Finance Officer no later than 31 March, 2019. The College offers the following payment options: Option 1 Annual Payment. Full year’s fees paid in full by 31 March, 2019 (eligible for Tuition Fee Lottery). Option 2 10 monthly, 20 fortnightly or 40 weekly Fees paid in equal instalments from February – November instalments. 2019. Option 3 Variations of these options, such as Requires discussion with the Finance Officer. continuous fortnightly payments, etc. Families that pay their account in full by 31 March, 2019 will be eligible to win a tuition fee credit for their eldest student in 2020, or a refund of their tuition fee if it is their students’ last year in 2019. The winning family will be announced in the College Newsfeed. The College accepts the following payment methods: Credit Card Credit cards can be taken over the phone, in person or a regular payment plan can be set up to be debited. Direct Debit A regular payment plan can be set up to be debited from your designated bank account. Cheque In person or via mail – please provide your details with payment. BPAY Using the Biller Code 100115 and the reference number on your statement. Health Care Card Tuition Fee Concession This is available to parents/guardians who hold a current Health Care Card or Pensioner/Veteran’s Concession Card which bears the code “PPS”. Applications for concession for Tuition Fees are only available from the College Finance Officer. Secondary Assistance Scheme Concession This is offered by the Department of Education to parents/guardians holding a current Health Care Card or Pensioner/Veteran’s Concession Card and includes a Clothing Allowance of $115 (paid directly to the parent/guardian’s bank account). Application for this concession has a Government cut-off date of 12 April, 2019. Notice of Withdrawal Parents are required to give one term’s notice in writing if they choose to withdraw their child from the College during the course of the school year. If a student is withdrawn without notice during a term, the equivalent of fees for that term will be charged. Late Payment In ensuring fairness to families who pay fees in accordance with the College’s Fee Policy, the College rigorously follows up overdue accounts. Debt Collection Agencies or Solicitors may also be engaged, and any costs incurred by the College in recovering fees will be charged to the account. Financial Difficulties The College accepts that from time to time families may find themselves in difficult circumstances. Parents/guardians experiencing genuine financial hardship should contact the College to discuss alternative options for payment of tuition fees.
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