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Clancy Catholic College | College Fees



2018 College Fees



School Fees for the 2018 school year are set out below.
Sydney Catholic Schools sets School Tuition Fees.
Fees are billed in Term 1 for the year.

Tuition Fees

First Child
Second Child
Third Child
Years 7-8 $1673.00 $1505.70 $1087.45
Years 9-10 $1855.00 $1669.50 $1205.75
Years 11-12 $2471.00 $2223.90 $1606.15

School Based Charges (per student)

Student Administration Fees (7-12) $500.00
Subject & Resource Fee (7-10) $430.00
Subject & Resource Fee (11-12) $368.00
Laptop Maintenance Levy (8, 9, 11 & 12) $50.00
Sport Fee (7-10)
Sport Fee (11-12)

Laptop Hire Charges

Year 12 Laptop 3 Year Hire 2016-2018 $460.00
Year 9 Laptop 3 Year Hire 2015-2018 $450.00

Excursion Levy

Year 7 $114.00
Year 8 $56.00
Year 9 $90.00
Year 10 $95.00
Year 11 $47.00
Year 12 $34.00


Year 7 $295.00
Year 9 $310.00
Year 11 $235.00
Locker Fee $45.00
Family Resource Fee
(charged per family)

Building Levy (charged per family)

This levy is used for the purpose of servicing debts owing on the construction of the College’s building and facilities. If there are students from the one family in two or more Catholic system schools in the Archdiocese, this fee is divided evenly between the schools, provided we are notified.

Building Levy 1 school $594.00
Building Levy 2 schools $297.00
Building Levy 3 school $198.00


Explanation of charges



Subject and Resource Fee
This fee covers the cost of conducting the educational programs and providing educational experiences, equipment, materials and resources. It includes:

  • Text books, etext books and photocopied resources
  • Subject resources, materials and equipment
  • Teaching resources and materials
  • Classroom, workshop and specialist equipment
  • Library resources and equipment
  • Pastoral Care resources
  • Targeted learning initiative, including study skills resources
  • Student diaries
  • Library ID cards for students
  • Awards and presentations, medals and badges
Student Administration Fee

The administration free is used for the purpose of covering recurrent and capital costs of operating the College including:

  • Electricity, gas and water
  • Telephones and internet
  • Cleaning and waste management
  • General repairs, maintenance and fire safety
  • Printing and photocopying
  • Postage and stationery
  • College newsletter
  • Buildings improvements
  • Furniture and equipment
  • Administration requisites and equipment
  • Updating of computing hardware and software
  • ICT capital costs and maintenance services
  • ICT resources including student internet
Laptop Hire

This fee is charged to students in Years 9, & 12 to cover the hire of a laptop. The fee is charged over 3 years. This system is slowly being phased out and BYODD is now in place.

Laptop Maintenance Fee

This fee covers the cost of repairs and maintenance, wear and tear on the hired laptops other than warranty repairs and proven carelessness and malicious damage. There is an excess fee of $250 for non-warranty repairs. This only applies to students in Years 8, 9, 11 and 12.

Sports Fee

The sports fee covers the cost of instructors, referees and venues, buses, entry to Swimming and Athletics Carnivals, first aid supplies and sports equipment.

Excursions and Other fees

An Excursion Levy is applied to all year groups and includes costs for spirituality days. Additional subject and excursion fees are charged for Years 11 and 12 and are itemised accordingly. Additional fees may be charged in Terms 2 and 3, for example, Year 12 Jersey. The College endeavours to keep these costs to a minimum.

Family Resource Fee

This fee is charged per family and covers the School Magazine published annually.

Enrolment Fee

A fee of $150 per student is charged on acceptance for enrolment in Years 7-11. The fee is non-refundable as it covers costs associated with the enrolment process.

Fees Payment Options

Annual Accounts will be issued in Term 1 with reminders in Terms 2, 3 and 4 on balances owing. Where students join the school during the year a pro rata account for fees will be arranged.
Fees may be paid by EFTPOS, BPAY, standing authority, credit card, cash or cheque. We encourage periodic payments options through BPAY or internet banking as they make it easier for many families to budget throughout the year. Alternative arrangements such as monthly, fortnightly or weekly payments of fees are possible, however families are required to advise the College at the start of the year if they wish to enter into such an arrangement.
Families unable to meet fee payment schedules must contact the Business Manager, in advance, at the start of the year to discuss alternative payment plans.