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    Ours are 3k pa. Uniform is quite expensive and this includes some excursions and all class needs (text books etc)


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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    There aren't *that* many private co-ed schools in Sydney are there? Off the top of my head I can only think of SCEGGS Redlands...

    I know Barker, St Andrews etc are co-ed for 11 and 12 but are all boys until yr 11?
    There is also International Grammar in Ultimo. By far the most expensive I saw at the Independent School Expo last year....looks great though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bethylou78 View Post
    There is also International Grammar in Ultimo. By far the most expensive I saw at the Independent School Expo last year....looks great though!
    I actually thought IG was cheaper than SCEGGS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    I actually thought IG was cheaper than SCEGGS?
    Oh yes it is cheaper than Redlands. Not sure about SCEGGS Darlinghurst, we were mostly comparing to smaller independents (such as Glenaeon) not the big ones. I think IGS was about 18,000 for Kindy, but not much more for yr 12.

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    The Anglican school I went to is now charging $20,000pa for yrs 7-12. $15,000pa for k-6.

    I know ppl who are at Geelong Grammer boarding and it costs approx $60k pa.

    The school I would like to sent my kids to is a totaly indepenent school combining home school, montersorri and steiner. Its $10kpa for k-6. WAY out of our budget and I imagine they will be at the state school.

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    DS goes to a Lutheran P-12 school. He is in Prep. $5100 per year. This includes everything except uniforms.

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    $13360 for junior kindy, rising up to $20600 for year 12. Day student.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalgirl View Post
    $13360 for junior kindy, rising up to $20600 for year 12. Day student.
    Per year? In Australia? Really.. I had no idea there were schools that cost that much..........

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    It's the same anglican girls school in Perth that I attended. Uniforms, books, special camps and excursions are not included in those fees. Our brother school is more expensive. I would assume that there are schools in the eastern states that are more exxy than this.


 

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