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Education is an investment, but it doesn’t have to be out of reach. Faith Christian School offers an affordable, flexible private schooling education without compromising quality learning.


  • What do school fees cover?

    School Fees refers to all compulsory charges on the school fee account, including tuition, curriculum resources, technology levy and other levies or charges.

    Fees include:
    ●Textbooks (hire costs excluding postage)
    ● Printed Workbooks for Primary (P-6) Units (excluding postage)
    ● ID Card
    ● Sports and Workshop Activities
    ● Access to learning resources

    ● VET courses
    ● Courses delivered by External Providers
    ● Extra Co-curricular Activities (items not included in your curriculum)
    ● Outdoor Activities (e.g: Duke of Edinburgh, Scuba, Camps)

  • What other equipment do I need?

    Check the requirements page for a list of current essential requirements and recommended items for learning at Faith.

  • When are the school fees due?

    School fee invoices are sent to families at the end of Term 1 for each school year and are due within 30 days of the invoice date. If families require more time to pay or need to go on a payment plan, they can speak to our friendly finance team who are happy to assist with alternative payment options.
  • Are there any other expenses for the year apart from School Fees?

    Faith offers a number of co-curricular activities and programs throughout the year. Some of these activities/programs are available for students at the expense of families. Any offerings are communicated to parents as an opt-in approach prior to ‘signing up’ so families will be aware of costs involved prior to agreeing to the event/activity.

  • Can I get a payment plan?

    Yes, we can accommodate families who would like to pay fees via a payment plan. This can be discussed with our Finance team.


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Faith Christian School DE is a hardworking team of over 140 Staff, a parent-run Board and a school community of over 1500 people.

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