$1600 per student (1st sibling) – payment plans available
The Entrance Fee is payable after your child has been offered a place. This fee is non-refundable.
2020 Ongoing School Fees – payable via direct debit
The School Board sets college fees annually. The table indicates the annual amount and the payment options.
|Payment plan via direct debit||Annual||Per Term||Per Month||Per Fortnight||Per week|
|Kindergarten – Year 2||$6,600||$1,650||$660||$287||$143.50|
Inclusions: Education, daily sport, daily buffet lunch (morning tea supplied for K-6), tech device (K-1 iPad, 2-12 Laptop), uniforms, most excursions, transport to and from college (please check bus runs on our website) and annual camp from Year 3 onwards.
Exclusions: Stationery, some excursions, optional camps and overseas trips
Payment due dates:
Term: 13 January, 23 March, 22 June, 14 September
Monthly: 10 monthly payments January through to October
Fortnightly: 23 fortnightly payments
Weekly: 46 weekly payments
* Year 12 college fees are payable over 3 termly or 8 monthly or 19 fortnightly or 37 weekly debits. If you have any questions or queries, please contact CCSC Reception and ask to speak to Tracey Shewring in Accounts.
Please note: If your child identifies as indigenous, you may be eligible to receive a discount.
The following sibling discounts are offered to CCSC families.
|2020 Annual Fees||1st Child||2nd Child (10%)||3rd Child (25%)||4th Child (50%)|
|Kindergarten – Year 2||$6,600||$5,940||$4,950||$3,300|
Sibling discounts also apply to the entrance fee
The Entrance Fees for siblings are:
1st Child – $1600
2nd Child – $1000
3rd Child – $500
4th Child & additional – $250 per student
A healthy and nutritious lunch will be provided during normal college days. All junior college (K-6) will also be provided a healthy morning tea. High School students will be expected to bring a packed morning tea and afternoon tea.
Uniforms and Playing Kits
Uniforms during class times are not compulsory and students may wear suitable clothing as per our clothing guidelines. Students will be provided with five playing kits for training purposes.
Each year, students in years 3-11 will be involved in our compulsory outdoor education program which will include at least one camp away from college.
At times the college may organise optional activities for our students such as overseas trips, exchange programs, external exams and the like. These will not be covered in our tuition and will be optional.
Voluntary Building Fund Contribution
This is a voluntary tax-deductible donation which can be paid per term or annually. Tuition fees cover the day to day operations of the college and do not cover capital works projects. Our building program relies heavily on the generosity of our college families. All donations are greatly appreciated.