The school we are going to send our children to is $2800pa first child, $2500pa second child and no cost for any additional children. It's an independent Christian college.
Other fees are about $300 per student per year. It will go up in in middle school and senior school to the total of about $4500 for first child.
Very affordable considering. For an equally good school in Brisbane (where we are currently living) is ALOT more. We are moving to a remote area which does have 4 primary schools.
This school has fantastic stats and is in all a lovely school. Worth every cent I think.
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27-02-2012 10:28 #11
27-02-2012 11:02 #12
Around $2500 per year + excursions + uniform etc
Country private school
27-02-2012 11:08 #13
$3800 this year for 2 and a 1/2 days of kindy at Steiner school....she's 5
Price goes up next year and again year after that...
27-02-2012 11:19 #14Senior Member
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DSS's fees are about $1700 for a catholic school in a large regional town. He is in yr 1. This includes everything except uniforms and a library bag.
Depending on where we end up, I'm looking at 2 catholic schools for DD1 next year. One is approx. $900 per year and the other around $1200 per year for kindy.
27-02-2012 11:32 #15
Small regional Catholic school:
Annual Fees: $1640
Building Levi: $200
Library Levi: $100
Prep resources: $110
Plus uniforms, excursions, ect.
27-02-2012 11:41 #16
$10k pa for kindergarten at a Anglican collage. That's 3 kids, books, sport, building, library, camp etc. Doesnt include uniforms.
27-02-2012 11:55 #17
$1830 for two kids to go to the local Catholic school plus uniforms and books.
This covers all excursions, incursions, camps and sacraments.
27-02-2012 12:02 #18
The school we are looking at was 8k and I thought that was cheap!!? I'm going to shop around I think!!
27-02-2012 12:13 #19
The schools we were looking at in the city started around $4500 then worked up around $6k by yr 7 then up to $9k by year 12.
27-02-2012 12:19 #20
I'm looking at Montessori and Steiner in our area, they're averaging out at $12,000pa for kindy and $15,000pa for primary.
Plus Montessori association fees plus levies ...
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