2023 Fee Structure
The primary sources of income for education at Trinity College are the government grants (Commonwealth and State) that are paid on a pro rata basis to the school from funds allotted to the Grants Allocation Committee (Catholic Secondary) by government. These grants account for approximately 85% of Trinity College income.
Additional funding comes from the payments of fees and the concerted efforts of Parents and Friends of the College in fundraising.
Fees are set as annual amounts and cover all compulsory charges for the year. The annual fee for 2023 is set at:
- $3,285 for Year 7
- $3,795 for Years 8, 9 & 10
- $3,900 for Years 11 & 12
- ICT Levy of $350 for all students
Student discounts apply for multiple family members. Families are entitled to automatic reductions for more than one member of the family attending Trinity College. The discounts are:
- 7.5% for two children in the school,
- 15% for three children and
- 30% for four children.
These discounts apply to the fee for each child, it is not applicable on the ICT Levy portion of the fees.
We expect all families to support the College and to assist with this, we encourage the payment of fees on a regular basis. A variety of payment options are available.
All fee payers are bound by the Trinity College Trading Terms.
The Trinity College School Advisory Council wishes to emphasise that:
"No student will be excluded from Trinity College because of his/her parents' inability to pay tuition fees. It is an obligation binding on parents or legal guardians who believe that they may be unable to pay the fees in full, that they discuss this with the Principal/Business Manager".