Fees & Charges

Fees & Charges

Download: 2018 Contributions, Fees & Charges Booklet

Download: 2018 Uniforms, Stationery and Residential Requirements

About the Contributions & Charges

The Contributions, Charges and Fees detailed in this booklet have been endorsed by the WA College of Agriculture – Denmark Finance Committee [20.11.17] and approved by the College Board [01.12.17].

Parent / carer representatives on the College Board are: Steve Jones [Chairperson], Debbie Perkins [Secretary], Neels Delport, Julie Marsh and Angela Wheatley.

The Contributions, Charges and Fees included in this document represent the maximum charge that the College can apply to accounts.

Year 10

Voluntary contributions for subjects are requested from Year 10 Parents and Carers. Full course details are provided at page 2 of the above 2018 Contributions, Fees and Charges booklet. The College relies on all Parents and Carers paying their contributions in order to maintain the exceptional quality and integrity of the Year 10 program.

Year 11 and 12

College fees for ATAR, Agricultural and Agricultural Trades studies will include:

• Subject charges;
• Other optional course and activity charges; and
• Other services provided by the College, which are not directly part of the educational program.

Charges are costs for which payment is compulsory. Details of these costs can be seen on pages 3-7 of the above 2018 Contributions, Fees and Charges booklet.

Files, Paper and Book Requirements

The College purchases and provides to students all of their files, paper and book requirements. In doing so we are able to purchase at a considerable discount and pass this benefit on to you. A list of stationery items provided to students by the College is included on page 9 of the above 2018 Contributions, Fees and Charges booklet. If, however, you would prefer to purchase these items yourself, please advise the Manager, Corporate Services.


Refunds will be made for compulsory course charges and charges for other services provided by the College if unused; however, refunds of voluntary contributions and subject charges may not occur as items may have been purchased for, and partially used, by the student.  Determination of this will be made if and when a student leaves the College.

Communication from the College

Invoices will be provided to all Parents and Carers at the time an item is applied to your account at the College. Statements summarising all billing items and payments received during the statement period will be sent as a hard-copy to Parents and Carers twice per term. If a student changes a study stream or if your account goes into credit, you will receive communication from the College regarding this.

The College’s preferred method of communication is via email. Please ensure that you check your email account on a regular basis to avoid missing important communications from the College.


Further Contact: Craig Armstrong, Manager, Corporate Services, (08) 9848 0204

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