Catholic schools in Victoria educate one-in-five Victorian students, and make up the sixth largest schooling system in Australia. Both the Australian and Victorian governments are important providers of funding for Catholic schools along with families who contribute to the costs of Catholic education through fees and fundraising.
Catholic students receive, on average, 20% less government funding than students in government schools. When fees from parents are included, Catholic schools operate on around 90% of the cost of education in a Victorian government school.
Both the Australian and Victorian governments are important providers of funding for Catholic schools along with families who contribute to the costs of Catholic education through fees and fundraising.
The School Fees for 2019 are: $1560 per family.
Curriculum Levy of $480 payable per child to cover consumable expenses, excursions and other experiential learning.
Outdoor Education/Camp Levy Senior (Y5&6) $350.00, Middle (Year 3&4) $150.00, Junior (Year 1&2) and Prep $60.00
Outstanding 201 Curriculum Levy due by February 2019
Outdoor Education/Camp Levy as above
First Term Fees
$480 per student
Senior$350, Middle$150, Junior&Prep $60
|Two||Second Term Fees||$520|
|Three||Third Term Fees||$520|
|Four||2018 Curriculum Levy||Levy for 2019 due by 7th December 2018|
St Peter’s Primary School is established and supported by the Parish to educate the children of the Parish. It is a vital part of the parish community and school families have an important role in supporting the Parish. The Parish is funded almost entirely by the generous donations of parishioners. This comes in many forms; weekly Thanksgiving contributions, donations for Sacraments through the Parish and the Parish contribution payable by school families directly to the Parish office. The money received by the Parish enable the good work that is done within the Parish to continue. The 2019 annual fee is $400.00.