For a full explanation of the fees, suggested payment schedules and policies please view:
International Student Policy Handbook
This is currently $500 non refundable and covers the processing of applications for admission to the School.
This is a deposit of $1,000.00 (GST exempt) per student to a total of $3,000.00 per family paid by 30 June of the year prior to commencement. For students starting immediately it must be paid on acceptance of the position. This deposit will be refunded within six weeks of the student leaving the school provided all outstanding amounts have been paid.
For further details refer to the Fees and Payments Policy listed above.
The St Paul’s School Tuition fee covers all tuition fees, subject levies and most camps. Uniforms, Textbooks or Laptop levy are not included.
TUITION FEES FOR 2023 ARE AS FOLLOWS:
|Junior School||$24, 550 per year|
|High School Preparation (HSP) Program||$29,390 per year|
|Secondary School||$29, 390 per year|
St Paul’s School has a Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) program. Our ICT levy covers software licences, e-books, tech support, network infrastructure and a ready replacement in case of breakage or error. Students in the CYOD program are required to purchase their own laptop, chosen from a list prescribed by the School. From the beginning of 2021 the ICT Levy per student in Years 7-12 will be $400 per annum.
The Homestay fee for 2023 is $17, 900 for the school year and is charged per semester.
OVERSEAS HEALTH COVER
This must be taken out for the duration of the student visa. St Paul’s School uses AHM for medical cover for International Students. Further information can be found on their website www.ahm.com.au
FEES & CHARGES
If the student is accepted, the School issues a Letter(s) of Offer. This letter sets out the fees that you have to pay.
When payment of all fees is received and confirmed by the School, the School will issue the Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)