- What is the registration fee?
$100, non-refundable. Once enrolled entry level can be transferred. $150 for two daughters enrolled together.
- Is there a waiting list?
All applicants are placed on an enrolment list until the enrolment process moves to the next stage, usually 12 -18 months before entry. Discussion with the Director of Admissions will give some idea of the likelihood of places being available.
- Is there an Enrolment Deposit? When must it be paid? Is it refundable?
A deposit of $1,000 is payable to accept the offer of a place. This will be paid approximately 18 months before commencement and is credited towards the first instalment of fees. It is not refundable in the event of cancellation of enrolment.
- Is there a discount if more than one daughter attends the school?
There is a discount for the third child.
- Is there a building levy or interest-free loan to the School?
- Are camps and excursion fees included in the tuition fees?
Camps that are a compulsory part of the curriculum are included in the consolidated charge. Most fees for excursions and transport for sport are also included.
- What is the Consolidated Charge?
To overcome the need for students to bring money there is a charge each term to cover extras such as camps, excursions, School Record Book and other necessary items.
- Are scholarships available?
Yes there are academic and music scholarships along with VCE and Cooerwull General Excellence scholarships. All information regarding these is available via the Scholarships area of the website.
- Do we need to buy an ipad?
Students from Years 5 to 10 need to have their own iPad. They will also need an iTunes card to the value of $50 to download required Apps.
- What is the estimated cost of the uniform?
A completely new uniform costs approximately $1000. The School runs a second life uniform shop as well.
- What is the cost of the School Bus Service?
The cost is approximately $760 per year.
- Are instrumental music lessons available?
All girls at Ivanhoe Girls' have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument or undertake speech and drama training at School in a co-curricular lesson situation.