St Mark’s, a School of the Anglican Schools Commission, is a non-profit organisation which exists to provide an affordable, independent education. The School’s fee structure aligns with the Anglican Schools Commission's principles of being a low fee paying school, with fees being the minimum possible to provide the difference between income provided by way of Commonwealth and State grants and the essential expenditure of teaching, administration and facility update and maintenance. Fees are updated annually.
2020 Fees & Charges
St Mark’s is committed to tuition fees providing value for money in delivering an accessible, high quality, inclusive, caring and Christian education. The annual tuition fees for 2020, excluding sibling discounts, are:
- Early Learning Centre (KG to Year 1): $6,664
- Junior School (Years 2 to 5): $6,665
- Middle School (Year 6): $8,296
- Middle School (Years 7 to 8): $9,296
- Senior School (Year 9): $9,800
- Senior School (Years 10 to 11): $10,056
- Senior School (Year 12): $10,056*
The Principal's letter, distributed on 15 November 2019, is available to read in full here (download PDF). A full outline of the the charges 2020 in available in the Fees & Charges schedule (download PDF). In addition, the St Mark's Old Scholars' Association has provided an outline of the new levy, available here (download PDF).
*Please note that the Year 12 Tuition Fees are payable over three terms.
2020 Tuition Fees
Before Sibling Discount
After Sibling Discount (2)
Before Sibling Discount
After Sibling Discount (2)
|Early Learning (KG to Year 1)||$1,666||$1,332.80||$6,664||$5,331.20|
|Junior School (Years 2 to 5)||$1,666||$1,332.80||$6,664||$5,331.20|
|Middle School (Year 6)||$2,074||$1,659.20||$8,296||$6,636.80|
|Middle School (Years 7 to 8)||$2,324||$1,859.20||$9,296||$7,436.80|
|Senior School (Year 9)||$2,450||$1,960.00||$9,800||$7,840.00|
|Senior School (Years 10 to 11)||$2,514||$2,011.20||$10,056||$8,044.80|
|Senior School (Year 12) (3)||$3,352||$2,681.60||$10,056||$8,044.80|
*Notes for table above:
- The above table details tuition fees only. Please refer to Page 2 of the Fees & Charges scheduled regarding costs that are charged in addition to tuition fees.
- Sibling discounts of 20% of Tuition fees only, apply to each student member of the family concurrently attending the School, other than the eldest.
- Tuition Fees for Year 12. As school fees are set as an annual fee, with respect to anticipated operating income and costs, Year 12 fees are charged at the same annual fee level but over three instalments in Term 1 to Term 3.
Fees are updated annually. The updated fee schedule is generally announced during Term 4, with any changes applied from Term 1 of the following year. No discounts are offered for early payment. Term fees are payable by the third Tuesday of each term. Payments can be made by direct debit, BPay, EFTPOS (a 1% surcharge applies to credit card payments) or cheque. If you would like to pay your fees by Direct Debit, please download and complete the form below and return it to the School.
Please email the completed form to email@example.com, or drop it off at Main Reception.
Secondary Assistance Scheme
The Secondary Assistance Scheme is available to parents/guardians with children enrolled in Years 7 to 12 who hold an eligible concession card (a Pensioner Concession Card or a Health Care Card). The Secondary Assistance Scheme comprises of an Education Program Allowance of $235 which is paid to the school and a Clothing Allowance of $115 that is paid to the parent. The Scheme has been extended until the end of Term 2, with a new closure date of Friday 3 July 2020. As such, the current concession card eligibility is also extended until 3 July 2020.
St Mark's Tuition Fee Assistance Plan
The St Mark’s Tuition Fee Assistance Plan was introduced to assist families who may experience financial challenges due to unforeseen personal and economic circumstances. All School families are able to approach the School in confidence at any time to enquire and/or request support through the Tuition Fee Assistance Plan. The School will also be willing to consider arrangements for alternate payment plans during short-term financial difficulties.
Once the School has received a request for possible assistance, the School will set up a confidential appointment with the Business Manager to discuss the family’s personal circumstances. Following this meeting, a formal request for support may be submitted, at which time the family may be required to provide supporting documentation in order to fulfill a means test.
A decision on a request for support will be made as quickly as possible, and an appropriate Assistance Plan will be set up for the family. The Tuition Fee Assistance Plan will be reviewed annually.
If you would like more information on the St Mark’s Tuition Fee Assistance Plan, please download and complete this form and submit it to the School via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or in a sealed envelope addressed to the Business Manager and marked as confidential.