Education Fees

Education Fees for Marist-Sion College are fully inclusive of curriculum program and resources, digital learning program and texts, students laptop, ICT support, capital buildings programs, incursions and excursions and compulsory camps. Examples of the type of Non-Education Fee charges that may be applicable are:

  • Laptop Damage;
  • Marist Sports Carnivals;
  • Immersions and Tour;
  • School Property Damage etc.

The Colleges preferred payment method is Direct Debit. Alternative arrangements can be made by contacting the College.


If you have any questions regarding Tuition Fees please contact the Fees Department at the College on 03 5623 5944 or email 

Education Fees

Education Fees for the year are charged annually, as advised on the Education Fee Schedule and are payable in full by 30 November each year. Direct Debit is the preferred method of payment.

Non-Education Fee Charges

All Non-Education Fee charges will be billed to the Education Fees account.

Examples of the type of Non-Education Fee charges that may be applicable are noted under the Education Fees section on the website.

Payment of these must be made separately and will not be covered by your Education Fee Direct Debit arrangement, unless an arrangement has been approved by the Fees Department.

Education Fee Schedule

Direct Debit (Preferred payment method)

We encourage you to arrange payment of your Education Fee Account by Direct Debit. To enter into a Direct Debit Arrangement, please complete a new Direct Debit Authority Form. Please complete the appropriate Direct Debit Request form based on your preferred arrangement (credit card OR bank account).

If you require any change to direct debit frequency, account details etc. a new direct debit request form will be required to be completed and submitted to the Fees Department seven (7) working days prior to the date requested

If paying by other means than Direct Debit, please contact the Fees Department directly on 03 5623 5944 to update.

Fee Remission

The Fees Remission Program provides assistance to families who are experiencing financial difficulties. The College Fees Committee determines all Fee Remissions and all applications are considered in the strictest confidential manner.

The program requires the family to provide detailed information and documentation to demonstrate their financial and personal circumstances in order for the Fees Committee to make a proper and fair assessment of the family’s ability to pay fees.

To capture any change in circumstances, the College requires a new application to be submitted each year. All financial details must be completed in an accurate and detailed manner in order for the application to be processed.

Please contact the Fees Department on 03 5623 5944 or for an application form or further information.

Change in Family Circumstances

In the event of a separation in the family, the College requires both parents to advise us as soon as practicable. The payment of the Education Fee account does not automatically become the responsibility of one parent as both have signed the student enrolment form agreeing to clause 15: ‘recognise that we/I am/are legally and morally, jointly and severally, responsible for meeting all college fees’.

All parties to the enrolment are required to complete an Amended Enrolment Agreement form. Details in regard to the division of Education Fees must match on both agreement forms.

Please contact our College Registrar on (03) 5623 5944 or if you require an Amended Enrolment Agreement.

Private Car/Conveyance Allowance

To be eligible to apply the following criteria must be met:

“Attend their nearest appropriate non-government school/campus appropriate to their year level, at which admission is permissible, and reside 4.8km or more by the shortest practicable route from the campus attended”.

NOTE: No allowance is payable if the journey to and from school could be made using a public transport service or contract school bus.

CSEF – Camp, Sports and Excursion Fund

In 2015, the Victorian Government unveiled a new $148 million initiative to ensure all Victorian students can take part in school trips and sporting activities. The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) will run over four years and provide payments for eligible students to attend camps, sports and excursions.

Families holding a valid means-tested concession card or temporary foster parents are eligible to apply.$125 per year will be paid for eligible primary school students, with $225 per year paid for eligible secondary school students. Payments will go directly to the school and be tied to the student.

To be eligible for the fund, a parent or legal guardian of a student attending a registered Government or non-government Victorian primary or secondary school must on the first day of Term two or on the first day of Term three;

a)  Be an eligible beneficiary within the meaning of the State Concessions Act 2004, that is, be the holder of a Veterans Affairs Gold Card or be an eligible Centrelink Health Care Card (HCC) or Pensioner Concession Card (PCC) holder, OR

b) Be a temporary foster parent, and;

c) Submit an application to the school by the due date.