How to apply to enrol

We invite you to enrol at St Monica's by completing the online enrolment form.

Please ensure that you complete all sections of the form and provide the documents that are listed on the form. This information is used by the school and principal to prepare for an enrolment interview.

After receiving your completed enrolment form and documents, we will be in touch to arrange an enrolment interview. This interview enables us to share our philosopy, aims and education provision with you and for you to share further information about your family and child.

It is important that if your child has additional needs that these are included in the enrolment form and discussed at the enrolment interview. This will enable both you and us to determine how to best meet your child's needs.

If you have any issues in completing the form or have any questions, please contact the school office on (07) 4691 1067.

School fees and levies

In order to make St Monica's as accessible as possible to families who seek a Catholic education for their children, School fees and levies are set with affordability in mind. Funds used to operate St Monica's come from three sources.
1. Government grants
2. Fundraising activities
3. School fees and levies


The money parents pay by way of School fees and levies are used to cover costs associated with

  • operating expenses of the school including electricity, postage, insurance, support staff wages, telephone, repairs and maintenance, stationery and photocopying costs
  • Arts Council and visiting performers, swimming lessons, the purchase of art and craft materials, the purchase of some classroom resources and for local class excursions.

The fees also include a contribution to the School's Capital Fund. This is used to pay off building loans, undertake major maintenance and improvements and to upgrade the buildings and facilities at the school.

Accounts for School fees and levies are sent home at the beginning of Terms 1, 2 and 3. However, parents are strongly encouraged to enter into Direct Debit arrangements so the fees can be paid in manageable amounts across the whole year. This is the school's preferred method of payment.