Attendance Dues These are a condition of enrolment, specified on the enrolment form and allowed for in the Integration Act and must, therefore, be paid. They are not tax-deductible. Attendance dues are used to: ● pay for Insurance of the school buildings ● service and pay off loans taken out to provide those buildings originally ● provide any capital improvement required by the Minister of Education
Attendance dues are paid directly to the Proprietor of St Kevin's College. In cases of financial hardship, the right to waive the Attendance Dues has been delegated to the local parish Priest.
Attendance Dues for all students for 2023 are $930.00 - payable in four instalments of $225.00 (GST inc) to the Diocese of Dunedin. Please note for Boarding students these are in addition to Hostel fees.
School Uniform (one-off cost)
New clothing $600-950 approx (including a blazer for Seniors)
The Uniform Shop is open from 12:30-1:30PM every Thursday during term time or from Jack Sutherlands Menswear.
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Sporting and Cultural Fees These are the costs passed on from the various sporting and cultural bodies and are subject to variation depending on affiliation fees and uniform purchases specific to each code.
How to pay Fees and Dues School
Payment of school fees and activities is made via the Caregiver (Parent) Portal - or through the school office. EFTPOS facilities are available.
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Boarding Fees and General Requirements
For Boarding Students (incl. GST) Hostel Fees 2024 (subject to change) - $$14,000.00 For New Enrolment of Boarders (incl. GST) Boarding Family Enrolment Bond - $500.00
Admission fee for students enrolled after initial Yr 9 intake - $500.00
For All Students at the College Magazine Fee - $30.00 Subject Fees - Varies Sports Fees - Varies (Please see ATTENDANCE FEES for details regarding these specific items)
Boarding Students should also open a bank account where their money is kept for: Pocket Money (recommended $10.00 per week) Incidentals (soap, toothpaste etc)
Boarding students have the option of purchasing their own mattress if they wish. This can be facilitated by the Director of Boarding.
There are a number of government bursary options available.How can I get more information? There is more information on the Ministry of Educationwebsite, including information about who is eligible and how to apply, as well as an applicationform:http://www.minedu.govt.nz/Parents/YourTeen/BoardingAllowances.aspx You can also email your queries to email@example.com for more information.Boarding Students should ensure that they bring the following items with them when theycome into the Hostel:
Complete St Kevin’s College School Uniform, including a College blazer for Year 12 and 13 students.