De La Salle College

Fee Schedule

The College’s 2021 fees are set out below.

Annual Tuition Fees 2021

The following fees and charges have been approved for 2021. The fee charged per student is all inclusive of the costs associated with the College notebook program, software licences required and compulsory camps and retreats. These fees are to remain fixed throughout the year unless significant and unforeseen circumstances arise.

How much will I pay?

 

Year Level

Tuition

10 equal instalments

Primary

$9,720

$972.00

Year 7

$12,589

$1,258.90

Year 8

$12,589

$1,258.90

Year 9

$12,589

$1,258.90

Year 10

$12,589

$1,258.90

Year 11

$12,589

$1,258.90

Year 12

$12,689

$1,268.90

As ratified by the College Board, the College method of payment for Annual Tuition Fees is by scheduled payments; please refer to the College Fee Policy which is available on the College website www.delasalle.vic.edu.au for a full list of payment plan options.

Fee Schedule 2021 PDF

Please note additional extra‐curricular items such as elective trips/immersions or the Private Music Program are separate to Annual Tuition Fees and costs will be charged to the parent should your son(s) participate.

Application Fee

A $200 (incl GST) non‐refundable fee (per student) is payable on application of enrolment. Form here: Application for Enrolment. This fee must be paid for an application to be processed. Please note that an application for enrolment does not constitute an offer of a place. 

Enrolment Fee

A $300 (incl gst) non‐refundable fee (per student) is payable upon acceptance of enrolment.  This payment reserves the student’s place and confirms the acceptance of the offer of enrolment at the College. 

Family Capital Levy

A compulsory levy is charged per family per annum to cover ongoing development and associated building and site costs across our 3 campuses.
The charge in 2021 is $500 per family.

Family Discounts

Families with more than one student at the College will receive the following discounts:

Second child   15%
Third child       20%
Subsequent child/ren   40%

Old Collegian Discount

The College recognises the importance of our Alumni and as such wishes to acknowledge and enhance this relationship by supporting Old Collegians who elect to send their sons to De La Salle.
Grandchildren or children of a past student who attended the college for a period of 4 or more years will be eligible for a $500 discount in the first year of attendance. This discount will be rescinded in the case where a student leaves the College prior to the anniversary of his 4 th year at the College.

Early Payment Discount

Please refer to the College Fee Policy update for 2020. Billings for 2020 will be issued at the end of January 2020. An early payment discount of $3.5% of the tuition fee will be applied per student if paid by 28 February 2021.

VET / VCAL

Please refer to the College Fee Policy  (Effective 2020).

Extra Curricula Activities 

Overseas Tours and any additional Local Tours and Private Music Programs

Various student trips are offered annually. All costs associated with these trips are additional to the College Annual Tuition Fee charged.

For students to participate in these trips, it is expected families will be on a full fee scheduled payment plan and their Annual Tuition Fee account is not in arrears. Payment of the trip costs is via TryBooking, parents will receive a letter to identify the costs of the trips when they occur.

Insurance Excess on College‐allocated Notebooks

The College will notify the family if the repairs to the device are not covered by the notebook warranty. An excess is payable on any insurance claim outside of the notebook warranty. Notification will be sent to parents to identify the amount to be paid. This excess is paid via the supplier portal.

Payment in full by the end of the school year

It is a College expectation that all family accounts are to be paid in full by the end of November each year. Student enrolment at the De La Salle College is based on, among other factors, acceptance of the College Fee Policy.

Financial Assistance

Where families are experiencing financial hardship, consideration can be given on a case by case basis. A Fee Reduction application form can be requested by calling 9508 2100 or emailing familyaccounts@delasalle.vic.edu.au. All applications are confidential and apply for one year only if any arrangement is agreed to.

For further information please refer to the College Fee Policy. Parents are strongly encouraged to contact the College when their financial position changes as we are generally always able to assist in some way. Continuity for our students is important to us.

Building Fund

Parents have the option of making a voluntary contribution to the College Building Fund which is fully tax deductible. For further information please contact the Director of Finance & Administration bm@delasalle.vic.edu.au.

CSEF

Parents/guardians who hold a current centrelink pension or health care card may qualify to receive an allowance from the Victorian state Government.  For further information or to find out if you qualify, Read Here.

Obligation to Pay Fees

At the time of acceptance of enrolment, a students parent(s) / guardian(s) sign the Acceptance of Offer Agreement that incorporates their obligation to pay all Annual Tuition fees in full together with any other fees incurred throughout the year.
Parents / guardians should make themselves aware of their obligation by referring to the College Fee Policy here or on the college website www.delasalle.vic.edu.au

Updating personal information

It is incumbent upon parents/guardians to ensure that their personal information and that of their son/s is up to date at all times. Parents/guardians should contact the College immediately when:

  • Phone contact numbers change including emergency contacts
  • Home addresses change
  • Family status changes
  • Student medical information changes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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