Parent Information

Contributions and Charges

Contributions & Charges 

Hampton Senior High School is proud of the quality educational program we offer and we are keen to maintain these high standards. Parent/guardian support with contributions is very important.

 

You will receive regular statements with your child’s subject selections and associated charges. Please attend to this as early as possible.

You can see (below) our Personal Items lists from Campion for 2022. Some subjects only require stationary which you can purchase from Campion or any store of your choice. The subjects with specific items (eg. Textbooks) depend on whether your child is taking that subject or not.

 

The school requires a 50% deposit prior to the allocation of students to classes.  Payment is due by the end of Week 9, 2022 (Friday December 9).  Charges may be paid by QKR, cash, credit card or direct credit transfer.

 

Please feel free to contact our helpful Administration Staff if you have any queries, require any financial assistance or to discuss a regular periodic payment plan.  Please note that for your budgeting purposes 2023 Charges payments can commence this year.

 

If your child commences after Term 1, please discuss payment with the Admin Services Officers.

 

This includes the following specialist programs:

  • Gifted and Talented Dance
  • Specialist Digital Technologies
  • Specialist Performing Arts (Drama)
  • Specialist Cheer Dance
  • Athletics Academy
  • Applied STEM
  • Applied English and Humanities

 

Payments made during Term 1 enable the school to plan expenditure early in the year to best benefit students. School Contributions and Charges can be paid by EFTPOS, cash, credit card or direct deposit. When making a payment via direct deposit from your bank account, please use your child’s name as a reference on all payments.

 

  • Bank Details: Hampton SHS
  • BSB: 066 040
  • Account Number: 1990 6707

 

Call Admin Services 6235 7106 to make a telephone payment or to discuss a payment plan.

Personal Items and Booklist

Click below for all Information

Other Optional Costs Year 7 to 12

Year 7 Personal Items & Booklist

Year 8 Personal Items & Booklist

Year 9 Personal Items & Booklist

Year 10 Personal Items & Booklist

Year 11 Personal Items & Booklist

Year 12 Personal Items & Booklist

Secondary Schools Assistance Scheme – SAS

At the beginning of every year your child attends Secondary School you may be eligible for a government subsidy – SAS.  This is widely publicised by the school at enrolment, via the website and messages to parents due to the timeframe when applications can be made.  This is (generally) during Term 1 only.

 

SAS as it is known is the Secondary Assistance Scheme which is available to families holding one of the following cards:

  • Centrelink Health Care Card
  • Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card or
  • Veterans’ Affairs Pensioner Concession (blue) Card

 

The subsidy includes:

  • $235 Educational Program assistance which will be paid to the school to cover the Voluntary Contributions in Years 7 – 10 and Charges in Years 11 and 12.
  • $115 clothing allowance can be paid direct to parents/guardians or alternatively to the school towards Charges.

 

Your card must be presented when you apply, to enable your application to be authorised. Applications are made online with the assistance of staff in the schools Administration office or alternatively please click on the application form link below to complete and return via email to [email protected] with a copy of both sides of your concession card.

SAS Application Form 2022

Please note this payment to eligible families is only available during Term 1, the closing date is Thursday April 7.

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