Education Fees

Education Fees for Marist-Sion College are fully inclusive of the curriculum program, resources, digital learning programs and texts, student laptop, ICT support, capital works program, student incursions / excursions and compulsory camps.

Non-Education Fee Charges

Supplementary Fees (Bus Fee, VET/VCAL Fee) and Extra Curricular Activity Fees are billed to the Education Fees Debtor account and payment must be made separately to payment of education fees.

Examples of the type of Non-Education Fee charges that may be applicable are:

  • Marist Sports Carnival;
  • Immersions and Tours;
  • Laptop Damage;
  • College Property Damage;
  • Any other charges.

Education Fees Schedule

Education Fees are charged annually and Direct Debit is the College preferred method of payment.

Direct Debit (Preferred Payment Method)

The College preferred method of payment is Direct Debit. Direct debits can be set up for bank account or credit card payment.  The Bank Account Direct Debit Form and the Credit Card Direct Debit Form are located on the College website.

Please complete a Direct Debit Form – Bank Account or Credit Card and return to no later than Friday 2 February 2024.


Payment of Education Fees can be made by Bpay as per the Bpay Biller Code and Bpay Reference number stated on the Annual Statement of Account. Each Bpay Reference number is individualised for each Debtor account.



Payment of Education Fees can be made by Cash, Cheque or Credit / Debit Card at our College Reception.


Camps, Sports and Excursion Fund (CSEF)

Families in receipt of a valid concession card as per Services Australia (e.g. Health Care Card, Pensioner Card, Veterans card) may be eligible to receive $250 per student through the Victorian Government Camps, Sports and Excursion Fund (CSEF) to be credited to your 2024 Education Fees.

The CSEF application period is from Monday 29 January 2024 to Friday 28 June 2024. The CSEF Application Form and further information is located on the College website.

Please email the completed and signed CSEF application form, along with a copy of the valid concession card to no later than Friday 28 June 2024. Any forms received after the Friday 28 June 2024 will not be eligible to receive the $250 per student.

Further information in relation to CSEF can be obtained through the Victorian Government website

Financial Assistance

Families that do not have a valid concession card, the College has a Fee Remission Program that supports families with the payment of Education Fees if they experiencing financial difficulties and require assistance.

Please email or phone 03 5623 5944 and request a Fee Remission Application Form from the College Fees Department.

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 for the application to be processed.


Private Music Lessons and Instrumental Music Hire

Private music lessons are available to students to undertake with an Instrumental Music Instructor during the College school day and will be at a cost of $35.00 (inclusive GST) per student, per lesson, and will be invoiced to families each Term.

Students are able to hire a musical instrument through the College to enhance their musical learning and knowledge.

Change in Family Circumstances

In the event of a separation in the family, the College requires both parents/guardians/carers to advise the College Registrar as soon as possible.  The payment of the Education Fees does not automatically become the responsibility of one parent/guardian/carer if both parties have signed the student enrolment form.

All parties to the enrolment are required to complete an Amended Enrolment Agreement form. Please contact our College Registrar if you require an Amended Enrolment Agreement.



College Contact details:




Phone:                03 5623 5944

Hours:               8.30am to 4.30pm, Tuesday to Thursday


College Registrar


Phone:               03 5623 5944

Hours:               8.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday