Financial Information

Have you heard our exciting news about fees in 2020?

To find out more click HERE

Fees may be Direct Debited from a nominated savings or cheque bank account on a fortnightly basis – every second Friday. Monthly direct debits will occur on the last Friday of each month.

Fees may also be direct debited from Visa or Mastercard.  Dates for using this option will be as noted above.  There is also an option for weekly direct debits on each Friday.  A direct debit on nominated dates is available upon arrangement with the Finance Office.

Direct Debit forms are sent with Term 1 fee statements and need to be completed  every year.  Forms must be received by the Finance Office by the end of the first week of Term 1.  

For more information relating to the terms and conditions of the direct debit, please refer to the Payment of Fees by Direct Debit Terms and Conditions 2019 Guide.

A copy of the 2019 Tuition Fees and Charges can be accessed through 2019 Tuition Fees, Charges And Business Schedule

Please note that a new Direct Debit form needs to be completed each year.  Direct Debit forms are sent in January with your Term 1 fee statement, or upon commencement of your enrolment at the School.  If you require a copy of your Direct Debit form to be sent, please contact the Finance Office directly, as they need to be precompiled first. 

Non - Direct Debit Fee Payment

Except where the Direct Debit or the Discounted Annual Fee option is chosen, fees are due and payable 14 days from the date the account is issued.   The School will not accept payment arrangements except in circumstances of temporary hardship, and this will need to be applied for in writing to the Business Manager.  As a number of payment options are provided, parents applying for special fee payments need to show good cause.  

Fees may be paid by: Direct Transfer (EFT) Internet Transfer

BSB:       036 810
ACC:      300043847
Ref:       FAMILY CODE   eg (JOHNSTAL18)


Please use this email address for fee queries and for current parents making term fee payments. 


Parents should check their insurance policies to ensure adequate medical, ambulance, personal property and liability insurance for their child/children.  The School does not accept responsibility for loss of, or damage to, personal effects and property, or for bodily injury or property damage incurred by students.

Whilst students are covered by a Student Personal Accident Policy, this provides limited cover for specific events.  For example, the policy provides up to $500.00 for the loss or damage to a tooth, and up to $1,500.00 for the fracture of a jaw or hip.  Please contact the Business Manager if you would like more information. 

PCACS Annual Giving Appeal

The School has established a voluntary Appeal with the aim of assisting to safeguard the financial future of the School whilst at the same time contributing to the School's ongoing development. Click HERE for more information.