2023 School Fees

School fees are reviewed annually by the Board of Trustees.
Below is a break down of the fees for 2023 (per year):

Mission College
Special Character Levy $40
Attendance Dues $890
Building Fund Donation $260
Mission College Total $1,190


Sacred Heart
Annual Donation $250
PTFA Donation $20
Sacred Heart Donations $270
In addition, course costs (see School Items here) and extra-curricular charges will be invoiced as required.

Payment Options

Mission College Hamilton Trust Board

(Attendance dues, Building Fund Donation and Special Character Levy payments only)

  1. Direct Credit to: Mission College Hamilton Trust Board
    01 0315 0176908 000
    Reference: Student Name and ID number (xxxxx)
  2. Payment plan: A regular amount can be paid by Automatic payment to the Mission College Hamilton Trust Board bank account
  3. Cheque: payable to “Mission College Hamilton Trust Board”

Sacred Heart Girls’ College

  1. Through ‘My Monitor’ portal. My Monitor is an on-line payment system which enables parents to view the fees statement and choose which fees to pay. Payment can be made from bank account or by credit card. New enrolments will be sent an email to activate your access to My Monitor.
  2. Direct credit to: Sacred Heart Girls’ College
    01 0315 0329900-00
    Reference: Student Name and ID number (xxxxx)

Kia ora e te whānau.

First, we are immensely grateful for the parental support that enables us to provide the high standard of education that we do. Attendance dues, donations and levies are essential in order to maintain, and continue to improve, the standard of education at Sacred Heart Girls’ College. As a State Integrated school, our land and buildings are owned by the Mission College Trust. This Board is the proprietor/owner and is responsible for maintaining and developing the site and its facilities. Our current building, refurbishment and modernisation project has been made by possible by generations of parents, grandparents and the wider community, who have faithfully and generously contributed to the future of our School and Catholic Education for the young women throughout the Waikato.

The Government does not fund our school to the same level as other schools, nor does it provide any additional resourcing towards the maintenance or operation of the buildings or dedicated spaces related to the Catholic Character of our school. Therefore, as we plan for our next stage of refurbishment – Contemplative/Sacred space, staff lounge and professional learning space and a student café – this is considered by the Government as non-integrated buildings and, therefore, the expectation is that families who attend our school should be able to make up the shortfall through the Attendance dues and donations schemes. Our Trust Board, and our Mission Sisters, believe that these spaces are just as vital for the growth, development and formation of our young women as any other space in any school. Indeed, we believe that we honour the dignity of our community when we provide such spaces that reflect our Catholic Character and Mission Charism.

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