Private School Fees in Melbourne - 2013 prices

Here's a list of what private Catholic schools charge per year. If anybody has updates on non catholic fees please update the thread


* Academy of Mary Immaculate (Fitzroy, 116 students) - $4,650 - $4,800 per year

* Aquinis College (Ringwood, 300 students) - $4,950 - $5,057 per year

* Assumption College (Kilmore, 208 students) - $5,565 - $5,895 per year

* Avila College (Mount Waverley, 208 students) - $5,750 - $5,800 per year

* Caroline Chisolm Catholic College (Braybrook, 145 boys/116 girls) - $2,900 - $3,725 per year

* Catholic Ladies College (Eltham, 207 students) - $8,235 - $8,760 per year

* Christian Brothers College (St Kilda East/Balaclava, 575 students) - $6,700 per year

* De La Salle College (Malvern, 1200 students) - $7,344 per year

* Emmanuel College (Altona North/Point Cook, 800/1000 students) - $3,780 per year

* Emmaus College (Vermont South/Burwood, 1200 students) - $5,490 per year

* Gennazzano FCJ College (Kew, 1130 students) - $18,861-$21,240 per year

* Kilbreda College (Mentone, 960 students) - $3,600 per year

* Killester College (Springvale, 880 students) - $1,850 per year

* Kolbe College (Greenvale Lakes, 900 students)

* Loreto Mandeville Hall (Toorak, 900 students) - $20,3331 to $22,962 per year

* Loyola College (Watsonia, 1257 students) - $5,408 to $5,875 per year

* MacKillop College (Werribee, 1550 students) - $3,518 to $4,115 per year

* Marcellin College (Bulleen, 1300 students) - $8,330 to $8,780 per year

* Marian College (Sunshine West, 750 students) - $1,520 to $1,690 per year

* Marymede Catholic College (South Morang, 1650 students) - $4,580 to $5,365 per year

* Mater Christi College (Belgrave, 1000 students) - $6,960 to $7,320 per year

* Mazenod College (Mulgrave, 1240 students) - $5,500 per year

* Mercy College (Coburb, 700 students) - $3,900 per year

* Monivae College (Hamilton, 650 students) - $4,200 to $5,150 per year

* Mount Lilydale Mercy College (Lilydale, 1490 students) - $4,260 to $4,700 per year

* Mount St Joseph Girls’ College (Altona, 930 students) - $4,064 to $4,240 per year

* Nazareth College (Noble Park North, 900 students) - $4,330 to $4,665 per year

* Our Lady of Mercy College (Heidelberg, 1100 students) - $6,940 to $7,100 per year

* Our Lady of Sion College (Box Hill, 800 students) - $6,424 to $6,690 per year

* Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College (Bentleigh, 670 students) - $6,000-$6,300 per year

* Parade College (Bundoora, 1,800 students) - $5,438 to $5,928 per year

* Presentation College Windsor (Windsor, 650 students) - $6,320 to $7,480 per year

* Sacre Coeur (Glen Iris, 730 students) - $17,156 to $19,713 per year

* Sacred Heart Girls’ College (Oakleigh, 1044 students) - $5,310 to $5,050 per year

* Salesian College (Chadstone, 950 students) - $5,410 to $6,130 per year

* Salesion College (Rupertswood, 1120 students) - $5,820 per year

* Santa Maria College (Northcote, 900 students) - $4,860 per year

* Siena College (Camberwell, 730 students) - $7,661 to $8,566 per year

* Simonds Catholic College (West Melbourne/Fitzroy North, 490 students) - $2,030-$2,760 per year

* St Aloysius College (North Melbourne/Torquay, 550 students) - $3,450 to $4,355 per year

* St Bede’s College (Mentone, 1385 students) - $5,020 to $5,355 per year

* St James College (Bentleigh East, 470 students) - $4,500 per year

* St John’s Regional College (Dandenong, 1150 students) - $3,355 to $4,185 per year

* St Joseph’s College (Ferntree Gully, 1020 students) - $6,450 per year

* St Joseph’s College (Geelong, 1550 students) - $4,600 per year

* St Monica’s College (Epping, 1900 students) $5,230 to $6,035 per year

* Thomas Carr College (Tarneit, 1210 students) - $4,670 per year

* Whitefriars College (Donvale, 1160 students) - $8,190 to $9,260 per year

* Xavier College (Kew/Brighton, 2060 students) - $20,580 to $21,850 per year
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