Fees & Levies
Why do Catholic schools have fees?
To operate and provide quality learning environments, Catholic schools have fees to complement the Government funding received from the Commonwealth and Northern Territory Governments. Schools strive to keep fees as low as possible.
The term 'school fees' includes tuition fees, levies and charges. Each school assesses the school fees necessary to meet their individual school and community operation requirements.
In doing this, they are firstly guided by the diocesan tuition fee set by the Catholic Education Council.
2019 School Fees
Northern Territory Catholic Education - Urban schools and College's
Darwin and Katherine
- Transition - Year 6 - $1,240.00
- Year 7 - Year 10 - $2,393.00
- Year 11 & 12 - $3,510.00
- Transition - Year 6 - $1,590.00
- Year 7 - Year 8 - $2,318.00
- Year 9 & 12 - $3,061.00
Where siblings attend Catholic schools in the Northern Territory, the following tuition discounts apply:
- First child: Full fee is paid.
- Second child: Discount of 10% of his/her fee.
- Third child: Discount of 20% of his/her fee.
- Fourth child: No tuition fee.
Parents should also indicate if they have children at other Catholic schools.
The above fees are for tuition only and each school will have their own levies in addition to the tuition fees.