School fees are one of the major sources of revenue that fund education in Catholic Schools.
School (Tuition) Fees. The fee is based on the number of students per family and is set annually in consultation with the Parish Priest, Fees Advisory Committee, and School Principal, as part of the process of setting a yearly school budget. The Tuition fees assist in paying for the following:
School Levies. This levy Includes General Curriculum Support, Classroom Consumable Resources, PE Resources, Transport, and Technology. The levy covers the following budget expenditure items:
Building Levy – (charged per family). The Building Fund is a necessary family levy, which enables us to pay our school building loans as well as provide additional facilities for the students. It is also used to assist us in employing a full time janitor/grounds person, and provide the necessary maintenance, cleaning and improvements needed for the building and grounds of our school.
DDR St Martin's Primary School