Contact: (08) 8645 7677 Student Services: (08) 8645 5729
Contact: (08) 8645 7677 Student Services: (08) 8645 5729

FEES & CHARGES

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FEES & CHARGES

Fees

The Compulsory Materials and Services Charge is used to provide students with textbooks, classroom materials and consumables. The school’s operating budget is based on the assumption that Compulsory Material and Services Fees are paid.

Under the Education (Councils and Charges) Amendment Act, schools have the legal power to enforce payment of the Compulsory Materials and Services Charge. The Compulsory Materials and Services Charge is $325 for 2021 and is set annually by the Department for Education. Parents will be invoiced for subjects that attract fees separately at the beginning of each year depending on student subject selections. Please refer to our 2021 Curriculum Guide for levies.

Fees

The Compulsory Materials and Services Charge is used to provide students with textbooks, classroom materials and consumables. The school’s operating budget is based on the assumption that Compulsory Material and Services Fees are paid.

Under the Education (Councils and Charges) Amendment Act, schools have the legal power to enforce payment of the Compulsory Materials and Services Charge. The Compulsory Materials and Services Charge is $319 for 2019 and is set annually by the Department for Education. Parents will be invoiced for subjects that attract fees separately at the beginning of each year depending on student subject selections. Please refer to our 2018 Curriculum Guide for levies.

Payment Options

We are pleased to offer EFTPOS/credit card facilities at the student services office or Visa and Mastercard via the school contact number 8645 7677 for your convenience.

Bank Transfer
You can make payments via bank transfer from your nominated bank account directly into the school’s bank account.
Account Name: Edward John Eyre High School
BSB: 105-127
Account Number: 470022340
Reference: Invoice number
(PLEASE NOTE: Subject fees and Materials & Services charges will need to be paid separately with their own invoice number in order to determine the correct payment for each invoice). If you have any questions about payment options for 2020, please contact school Front Office on 86457677.

Direct Debit
Please fill out a Direct Debit Request form (available form from the front office, or download below) if you would like the school to deduct from a nominated bank account or credit/debit card. This agreed upon amount can be deducted either weekly, fortnightly or monthly until the invoice is paid in full. Please return completed forms to the front office.
Direct Debit Request Form

School Card
Applicants need to complete an application form at the beginning of each year. Forms can be submitted from the start of January. Application forms are available from the student services office or online at https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/education-and-learning/financial-help-scholarships-and-grants/school-card-scheme.
You may be eligible for school card if you earn under a certain amount, please select the link above for more information. You will be liable for the full amount if no application has been submitted and approved by School Card Section prior to 22nd November 2021.

Centrepay (can be used for school fees, uniforms and laptops)

Centrepay is a free direct bill-paying service offered to parents/students receiving Centrelink payments. Through Centrepay students/parents can choose to pay for school fees, uniform and laptops by having a regular amount deducted from their Centrelink payments and transferred electronically to the school. Forms are available from The School Locker.

Download the QKR APP the secure and easy way to pay for school fees and order items from the canteen and pay from your phone.

Commitment to Pay Form

For a student to be able to obtain the subjects selected in their subject counselling appointment parents/caregivers are asked to sign a Commitment to Pay (CTP) form. A student’s subjects and timetables cannot be finalised until the CTP form has been returned to their Care Group/Career Pathways Program (CPP) teacher. Failure to return this form would result in the student being enrolled into subjects that do not hold a fee. Where possible the student’s subject reserves will be used. Please understand eligibility in courses are subject to change, originally selected may change due to a restricted number of students allowed in each subject if the CTP is not returned signed by the due date.

Student ID Cards

Students who enrol at the beginning of the calendar year have the opportunity to have their school photo taken. This will allow them to purchase a student ID card. Student ID cards are required to borrow laptops and other school equipment and to sign in late and early from student services.