Tuition fees are set by the Board of Directors towards the end of the previous year and are available here for your reference. Fee accounts are issued at the commencement of each year and may either be paid in full at the beginning of the year or via an established direct debit arrangement with the College. CLICK HERE FOR CURRENT FEE SCHEDULE (Domestic Students)
Fees paid upfront at the commencement of the year attract a discount on the tuition component of fees. A 7.5% discount applies to payments made by cash, cheque, EFTPOS or bank transfer while a 6.5% discount applies to payments made by credit card.
(Please use your child’s name and year of entry as reference)
Account Name: Hills Adventist College
BSB: 032-173 (Westpac Bank) Account Number: 222 986
The operating costs of the College are met by a combination of fees charged to parents, State and Commonwealth recurrent grants and church contributions.
The College also operates a Building and Maintenance Fund to help support the continued development of the College. Donations to this fund are 100% tax deductible and are welcome at any time.
Limited assistance with school fees may be available for families facing financial difficulties. . Please contact the Business Manager for an application form.
The operation of the college/school is funded by grants from the NSW and Australian Governments, which cover a small percentage of the total operational cost. The balance is collected from parents or guardians of the students attending the college/school. An agreement is then created with the person responsible for the payment of the fees to ensure regular payments that allow the college/school to plan and manage its cash flow.
Overseas students don’t attract the financial support of students who are Australian residents and hence are required to cover the total cost of the educational experience. Because of the transient nature of these students all fees for overseas students are paid in advance.
The college/school will;
Fees at the school are divided into three groups:
Compulsory Fees are paid at registration.
Tuition fees and the additional term service charges are usually paid a year in advance unless a prior arrangement has been made with the Principal.
It is normal practice in Australian colleges/schools to pay 4 term fees for Year 12 students even though they have term 4 to sit their HSC. Teachers are on call for assistance during the study period and HSC exam timetable.
The college/school will:
The Fee Refund guidelines, and the availability of complaints and appeals processes does not remove the right of the parent or student to take action under Australia’s consumer protection laws.