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Cardijn College has an inclusive fee structure for students attending each of our three schools and is based on your child/children’s year level.
Annual fees are billed in January 2023. Payment in full is required by 31 December 2023.
Fees paid in full by the 10 March 2023 will receive a 5% discount applicable. Discount is unavailable for mid year enrolments and fees which are receiving other discounts other than Southern Regional Sibling Discount.
Parents/Caregivers who choose not to pay in full by 10 March 2023 are required to set up a payment plan using the Cardijn College Direct Debit provider, PaySmart. Payments need to commence by 10 March 2023.
Payment plans may be weekly, fortnightly or monthly.
PaySmart Direct Debit Request Form - Click here
The following discount is given to families with more than one student at any of our three schools:
- Two Children 11% of Tuition Fee
- Three Children 20% of Tuition Fee
- Four Children 33% of Tuition Fee
Fees paid in full by the 10th of March 2023 will receive a 5% discount applicable. Discount is unavailable for mid year enrolments and fees which are receiving other discounts other than Southern Regional Sibling Discount.
Families in Financial Difficulties (including School Card eligibility)
The College's fee policy ensures that all students are given the opportunity to succeed by offering:
- Family Discounts
- Significant fee remissions for families on low income
Fee Remission for School Card
All families eligible for school card are entitled to a 50% reduction in their Fees (inclusive of family discount). Forms are available from the Finance Office or online at www.sa.gov.au
All School Card remissions will be applied on fee accounts once approval has been received from the Department for Education. Families are advised that where school card is applicable, the balance payable after school card discount is to be paid either in full prior to 10 March 2023 or via regular direct debit commencing no later than 10 March 2023.
Fee Remission for Families in Financial Difficulties
The College has a Fee Policy that supports families who are experiencing financial difficulties. To assist, you are encouraged to contact the Finance Department to discuss.
Depending on your personal circumstances, the following documents are required to assess your eligibility:
- Application for Special Financial Consideration
- Proof of income - ATO Full Taxation Return
- Centrelink Income Summary Statement
- Any other income documents e.g. Child Support, Rental Property Income
- Proof of mortgage/rent repayments
All Fee Remissions need to be applied annually. All discussions and arrangements are in the strictest confidence.
Split Family Accounts
Accounts will not be split unless there is a legal requirement to do so. Parents are requested to make their own arrangements regarding payment of accounts. It is the legal responsibility of each signatory on the enrolment contract to pay all tuition fees. Dual statements can be arranged for enrolling parents on request.
Students who are absent from school for extended periods of time due to illness, injury or other reasons (e.g. travel or family commitments) are still liable for payment of full fees for the period of their absence.
Withdrawing from Cardijn College - Galilee
A notification period of one term is required by the College. Notification must be in writing to the Registrar. Failure to provide the required notice will result in fees being charged for the following term.
The Principal or Business Manager, at their discretion, may waive the one term notification period. However, your request must be presented in writing.
Please ring the Finance Office (located at Cardijn College) on 8392 9500. Alternatively, you may ring the Galilee Finance Office on 8557 9000.