Tranby College fixed tuition guarantee 2019 - 2021

Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees are set annually by the College Board. They consider the level of government funding that is available, the operating costs of the College and the need to provide for capital development. They are also mindful of the aim of keeping the College as accessible as possible.

The College Principal, along with the College Board are excited to introduce and advise families that Tuition Fees have been frozen for 3 years, 2019-2021. Please open the attached to view the letter sent out to Tranby families in October 2018.

2021 Fees

2022 Fees

Secondary Assistance Scheme

Students enrolled in Years 7 - 12 may be eligible for assistance with education and clothing through the Secondary Assistance Scheme - APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 1st April 2021.

Application forms are available from College Reception, and parents with a current Centrelink Health Care Card, Pensioner Concession Card, or Veterans' Affairs Pensioner Card may apply.

For further information please contact Tranby College Finance Manager, Carina Fu on 9523 3106.

Payment of Accounts

We aim to ensure that parents know at the start of the year what the costs will be and we issue one invoice at the start of first term. A range of methods is then available for the payment of fees from discounted up-front payments to regular installments. Details will be available at the time of enrolment or upon request.

The College understands that not everyone faces the same financial circumstances and so offers some flexibility to allow parents to pay the fees in the way that best meets their needs. However, we do require that the conditions of any such agreement be adhered to.

Sibling Discounts

Sibling discounts are available on school fees depending on the number of children concurrently attending the College: 15% for the second child, 20% for the third child and 30% for the fourth and subsequent children.

Fee Remissions

Other fee remissions may be granted by the Finance Committee of the College Board upon the recommendation of the Principal and Business Manager. These will involve circumstances in which the enrolment of a student is at risk on financial grounds. Such rebates are reviewed annually in terms of the capacity of the parents to pay and the progress and attitude to the College demonstrated by the student.

Secondary Assistance Scheme

The Western Australian Department of Education provides an allowance to assist eligible families with secondary schooling costs.

Students enrolled in Years 7 to 12 may be eligible for assistance with education and clothing.

Parents with current:
1. Centrelink Health Care; or
2. Pensioner Concession Card; or
3. Veterans' Affairs Pensioner Concession Card; may apply during Term 1. Please contact the Finance Manager for further details on 9523 3106 or call in to College Reception to complete an application.