There are a number of fees that must be paid by students attending Liston College. Accounts are sent out each term and payment is to be made to the College (Eftpos, Credit card and automatic payment facilities are available – please inquire at the office).
The Contributions detailed below show the GST exempt portion which qualifies for the Donation Income Tax Rebate. A Donation Tax Receipt is automatically posted but is also available on request. Those Dues identified as being GST inclusive are based on the present level of GST of 15% and are subject to change by Government. This portion does not qualify for the Donation Income Tax Rebate.
Attendance Dues are approved by the Minister of Education under Section 36 of the Private Schools Conditional Integration Act 1975. Payment of Attendance Dues is a legal requirement and condition of enrolment at an integrated school. Attendance Dues are used to repay loans for building work on schools in the Auckland Diocese, insurance and other property related costs. The College collects these dues on behalf of the Bishop as Proprietor. Where there is a genuine financial difficulty in a family, the Principal is happy to discuss alternative means of payment.
Years 7 and 8 $ 112.00 per term ($448 per year, GST inc).
Years 9 to 13 $ 220.00 per term ($880 per year, GST inc).
The College Contribution is $ 145 per term per student ($580 per year, GST Exempt). This Contribution is to cover extra resources for the benefit of students including additional staffing, curriculum resources, information technology, school magazine, School diary (this is specially printed for Liston College), Student ID card (This enables student access to the College Library, copying and concessions) co-curricular activities and other activities as approved by the Board of Trustees.
Years 7 to 13 $ 145 per term per student ($580 per year, GST Exempt).
This contribution supports the Proprietor’s development of the College. The 2020-2021 contributions will cover new projects to continue the capital development of the College. The Board is working with the CDA on the next stage of development.
Years 7 to 13 $ 40 per term per student ($160 per year, GST Exempt) for the eldest son.
Years 7 to 13 $ 30 per term per student ($120 per year, GST Exempt) for subsequent sons.
The Special Character contribution is collected on behalf of the Proprietors and is used to support the provision of Catholic Education Advisers in the Diocese and Professional Development for the Teachers of Religious Education.
Years 7 to 14 $ 12.50 per term per student ($50 per year, GST Exempt).
Additional charges are made for school / class trips and camps. Parents will be given notice of these by the relevant staff member(s) during the year.
Students have the facility to “preload” or ‘top up” their personal printing account which will enable them to print their school / assessment work off at school or photocopy any material. Topping up is done through the school library.
All students who participate in a School Sports Team are required to pay a fee. The manager of each team forwards a list of participants to Accounts Office after the first competition game. This fee will be added to your account statement for payment.
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