Financial Policy

Payment of School Fees

School fees are payable in full on or before the day term starts.  Failure to do so could result in the exclusion of pupils from school until fees have been paid.

Capital Development Levy

A compulsory capital development levy is charged to every pupil upon first enrolling at the College.  This is in addition to school fees.

Personal Accident Insurance / Medical Aid

It is the responsibility of parents / guardians to ensure that all pupils are covered by a recognised medical aid scheme.

School Levies

The College reserves the right to raise certain levies such as the General Purpose fee and a School Development Committee levy to help maintain and improve facilities at the College.

Books and Stationery

Pupils at Christian Brothers’ College are required to purchase their own textbooks and stationery.  A list of textbooks required will be issued before the start of each year.

Paper Levies

In certain subjects a levy is charged to cover the cost of paper used by pupils.  These charges will be included in your school fees account termly.

Withdrawal of Pupils from School by Parent

It is obligatory to give a full term’s notice in writing by not later that the first day of term of the intention to withdraw a pupil from the school at the end of that term.  If this is not done, parents may pay one full term’s fees and charges in lieu of notice.

If a pupil is withdrawn during the course of a term, the parent is still liable for full fees during that term.  No refund of a portion of the term’s fees can be considered by the College, unless there are special extenuating circumstances.

Uniforms

It is the parents’ responsibility to ensure that pupils have the correct school and sport uniforms as detailed in the uniform list issued.