Fees and payments

The Finance Office at Paralowie R-12 school opens Monday to Friday (8.30am to 3.30pm) to assist students and families with account payments and charges.

If you have any questions about your accounts, statements or invoices, please contact:

Finance Office
Phone: (08) 8182 7222
Email: dl.1099.finance@schools.sa.edu.au

Materials & Services charges

Materials & Services charges contribute to the associated costs of items and services that support the student curriculum. The approved Materials & Services charges are as follows for primary & secondary students in 2024:

Reception to year 6

Years 7 to 12

Payment options

Payments for all school related expenses and activities can be made by either EFTPOS, cash or credit card.  The school’s preferred payment method is via EFTPOS.

Credit card payments can be made either in person or over the phone by contacting the Finance Office on 08 8182 7222.

Direct Debit details: Electronic Funds Transfer payments directly to the school account.

  • BSB: 065 122
  • Account Number: 1102 6365
  • Account Name: Paralowie School Consolidated Acc.

*Please ensure to include your family code & invoice number in the reference section for your payment to be applied to your account.

Direct debit plans

The school offers and accepts direct debit plans to support families by scheduling payments weekly, fortnightly or monthly through instalments.

Download a Direct Debit Request (DDR) request form (PDF 226KB) to complete and return it to the school in person.

School Card scheme

The SA Government offers financial support to help eligible families with the materials and services charges through the School Card scheme which must be applied for each year. Families can apply at the start of the school year, through to the beginning of term 4.

View and complete a School Card scheme application form.

View instructions for applying for a School Card. You can also access the instructions in Arabic.

Other financial support options

Visit payments and financial support schemes to find out about other support options.

This includes financial support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and apprentices (Abstudy), international students, and defence force families.

Debt recovery and collection

During term 4, the school engages the services of the Attorney General’s Debt Collection office to assist in the payment of all outstanding school fees.

Contact us if you’re experiencing any financial hardship. There are options available to help you manage your school accounts.