St Ignatius School endeavours to charge families a just and equitable fee each year. Families of two or more children receive a discount on their account. Fees accounts are sent home at the beginning of each term. As well, parents are requested to pay certain levies which cover resources used by their children, whole year level sporting costs, the cost of materials used in lessons, excursions and a Parents and Friends' Association levy. All families will receive term accounts and all are expected to pay fees. However, any difficulty, or inability to pay school fees should not prevent any child from receiving an education at St Ignatius School. Such difficulties should be discussed with the Principal and confidential alternative arrangements made. If you require assistance with paying your school fees, please contact the Principal along with completing this Fee concession form.
We welcome benefactors who may like to contribute towards another family's fees. Please contact the Principal if you are interested. The St Ignatius School Board has set School Fees, Building Fund and Library Fund donations and Levies for 2023.
Primary School Fees
Plus Compulsory Levies
Library Fund Donation* (tax deductible)
Camps are levied additionally to Year Levels involved. These costs vary slightly from year to year. Below are approximate costs which will be confirmed.
Middle Years – $300
Year 5 – $350
Year 6 Canberra Trip - $1200
Some representative sports will incur a cost to participate for those selected. This will be notified prior to the confirmation of your child's involvement.
School fees can be paid in Cash or by Eftpos, Visa or Cheque to the school office during opening hours. We also have the option of Direct Debit to have your fees paid directly into our account. If you are interested in this option, please download the Direct Debit form, fill it out using the 2023 Ready Reckoner or calculate online here and return to the school office.
When a family leaves the school a four week notification is required in writing before any concessions on fees and levies would be considered.