St Lucy’s are committed to supporting our parents the best way we can and therefore keep our fees as low as possible. Fees are payable in 3 instalments (term 1, 2 and 3).
Primary School (K-6)
High School (7-12)
It is a condition of entry that you must provide the school with 8 weeks notice of a withdrawal of a student in writing to the principal. If not provided you will be charged for 8 school weeks.
As well as the school fees there are some extra educational costs that parents are asked to meet, including uniforms and some class activities (which your permission will be sought). These include such items as:
• Senior students will have one, and in the case of St John’s Satellite Class, two camps to attend, which are charged separately.
• Some classes will go on excursions for a relatively small cost.
• Students participating in interschool sporting competition and in after school classes will meet these costs separately.
To make things easy we have a payment plan option available. This allows parents to pay their fees in 9 equal monthly instalments from February to October. To set up the payment plan please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We provide a discount on school fees for those families with more than one child at St Lucy’s simultaneously
• Second child – 20%
• Third Child – 30%
• Fourth Child or Subsequent Children – 40%
Hardship and Bursary Assistance
If you are experiencing hardship, please do not hesitate to contact our principal or email@example.com
We offer Bursary Assistance for those who need it. If you require assistance please contact our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents are reminded that St Lucy’s School fees are kept artificially low to ensure that parents on low incomes are not prevented from having their child attend. The result is a large operating deficit which St Lucy’s fills by asking for donations. We encourage parents who are able to pay more, to do so via a donation accompanying the fees. Donations are tax deductible.
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