College Fees

St Charbel’s College is committed to providing quality education and maintaining the high standard that our students and parents have come to expect. The College endeavours to provide these services at a reasonable cost, and constantly strives to keep its operating costs to a minimum.

Please find below the fees that apply at St Charbel’s College for 2024:

College Fees


Per Annum

Instalment amount*

Kindergarten to Year 6



Years 7 to 10



Year 11



Year 12



*fees are issued in three instalments, excluding Year 12 fees, which are issued over two instalments.

College Fees include tuition fees, resources, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and technology levies, budgeted excursions and primary stationary and textbooks.

Secondary textbooks as prescribed by the College may be purchased by families from an independent supplier, in which payments are made directly to the supplier.

Sibling reductions

Partial reductions of College Fees will apply for siblings enrolled at St Charbel’s College. For the purpose of these concessions, sibling means a brother or sister of a current student in K-12 that have one or both parents in common.

The reductions are as follows:



First (eldest) student

No reduction

Second student

15% of the second student’s College Fees

Third student

40% of the third student’s College Fees

Fourth & subsequent students

75% of the College Fees for the fourth and subsequent students


Building Levy

A compulsory building levy applies to each family and assists in the ongoing upkeep of the College property.

The building levy for 2024 is $700 per family.

Enrolment & Acceptance Fees

An enrolment fee applies upon acceptance of a place at the College and prior to the student’s enrolment being finalised. This fee is a non-refundable fee that applies for each new student at the College.

The enrolment fee is $550 per child.

Billing and methods of payment

Accounts are billed three times a year, at the commencement of Terms 1, 2 and 3.

Payment of fees is required within 14 days of the issuing of instalment invoices. The College is also able to offer alternate payment frequency arrangements, however, this requires approval from the Business Manager prior to the commencement of the arrangement.

Payment can be made:

  1. In person
  2. Over the phone
  3. Bank transfer
  4. Via direct debit arrangements to a nominated debit/credit card or bank account

The College accepts all major debit/credit cards, excluding American Express.

The College does not accept cheques as a form of payment for fees.


For further information, please do not hesitate to contact the College’s Finance Office.