32-58 Smith Road
Salisbury East
South Australia 5109


Phone
Fax
Email
Location


+61 8 8258 2070
+61 8 8250 3733
dl.1011.info@schools.sa.edu.au
Go To Google Maps


Fees and Charges

The following three documents provide a Notice of Materials and Services Charges for 2017 for Years 8 to 12 (A), and for the Salisbury East Alternative Learning (SEAL) program, Years 8 to 10 (B) and Years 11 and 12 (C).

 A: Years 8 to 12

 B: SEAL Years 8 to 10

 C: SEAL Years 11 & 12

Payments can be made online through a payment system known as BPoint. Further details on how to use this facility are available by clicking on the BPoint icon below.

Alternatively, payments can be made through Direct Debit and the request form is available to download here:

 Direct Debit Request Form

Payment of debts can been made by instalments. To do this, an agreement form must first be completed. It is available to download here:

 Payment by Instalment Agreement

The School Card scheme offers financial assistance with educational expenses for students attending government schools and must be applied for every year. There are different forms for different circumstances; use the form that best matches your situation.

  • Form A - Income Audit
  • Form B - Hardship / change in circumstances / self-employment
  • Form F - Informal and formal care agreements
  • Form M - Migrants / new arrivals
  • Form V - Veteran’s Affairs
  • Form Y – Students who receive an independent youth allowance (living away from home)

Forms and more information are available from the SA Gov website. Click on the logo here:

Form A is available to download here:

 2017 School Card Application - Form A

Centrepay is a free direct bill paying service available to those who receive a Centrelink payment. If you receive an eligible Centrelink payment, you can use the form that is available to download here:

 Centrepay Form 2017

Created on Wednesday, 1 March 2017 8:18:44 AM