Welcome to Immanuel College – a Christian co-educational day and boarding school from Year 7 to 12, offering the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme. The College is a school of the Lutheran Church of Australia and is firmly based on the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Immanuel College actively strives to provide an education in a Christian context where the whole person can grow and develop. Its curricular and co-curricular programs offer students opportunity for spiritual and moral growth, service and social involvement, excellence in academics, the arts and worthwhile physical activities, to prepare them for their individual vocations and a Christian life.
Our Middle School, Years 7-9, supports students to become active, dynamic and creative learners. Our dedicated and highly trained staff are familiar with the specialised social and academic needs of adolescent learners.
Our Senior School, Years 10, 11 & 12, is a dynamic learning community housed in innovative facilities providing a rich, relevant & challenging program. We encourage personal excellence, according to each student’s ability, & nurture students’ strengths & interests, offering the widest range of SACE courses including VET.
We are highly regarded for our work with Exceptional Learners. We define Exceptional Learners as those students who require differentiated education if they are to reach their full potential. Exceptional Learning incorporates: Gifted and Talented Education, Indigenous Education & Learning Support.
Immanuel Primary is a Early Learning Centre – Year 6 Co-educational School of the Lutheran Church of Australia located on the same campus as Immanuel College. Immanuel Primary School is an accredited school of the International Baccalaureate.
We welcome your interest and look forward to contributing to an approach to life and learning that takes students on an enjoyable journey to a promising future.
Find out about more about Immanuel College by visiting us. We would love to show you our school and give you and your family the chance to meet our staff and students. You can choose either an individual tour or visit us at an Open Day.
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(Reviewed as at March 2015)
Annual school fees are charged for each year of enrolment. For convenience, fees are charged to family school fees accounts in four instalments in October, January, April and July and are payable as follows:
Either (1) In one lump sum payable by 30 November of the year preceding the relevant school year (for which a discount will apply to the tuition and boarding fees );
Or (2) By direct debit to your bank account or credit card each fortnight or month. (An authority form is available from the Accounts Office);
Or (3) Other means, subject to agreement in writing in advance with the Business Manager.
The fee for the first term of attendance at the College must be paid in full by 30 November in the year prior to commencement. Thereafter, if paying by direct debit, payments of 1/12 (monthly) or 1/26 (fortnightly) of the total annual fees must then commence on or before 15 December in that same year. Any incidental charges to your account must be paid as they arise or will be charged to the nominated direct debit account at the end of each quarter.
Where a direct debit arrangement is entered into, the amount of the regular debits will be increased with effect November each year, in line with any fee increase approved by the Immanuel College Council for the following school year. The College shall obtain permission from the person who initially authorized the direct debit before increasing the value of the regular debits for any other reason.
Lump sum and instalment payments may be made by cash, cheque, BPay, or credit/debit card (Visa or Mastercard). Cheques should be made payable to Immanuel College.
Signatories to the Enrolment Agreement are jointly and severally liable for the fees and are required to arrange payment in accordance with the terms and conditions.
Students may be precluded from entering a new term at the College while the fees for the previous term are unpaid, unless payment terms have been agreed and accepted by the Business Manager in advance.
The College may charge a late payment fee if any amount is overdue at the end of a calendar month. In addition, interest may be charged by applying a rate as approved by Immanuel College Council from time to time to the balance overdue at the end of each month. The College may take all steps it considers necessary to recover monies owed to it, including professional debt collection services and legal action. All fees, charges and commissions arising as a result of such actions will be payable by the people who signed the Enrolment Agreement.
The College may charge a family account for any bank fees and related administration charges arising if a payment is dishonoured or rejected by the financial institution specified.
One term’s notice in writing must be given directly to the Principal before removal of the student, or transfer of a boarder to the status of day student. This means, for example, that the Principal must be notified before the first day of term 4 of any withdrawal that is to have effect at the end of that school year. If a full term’s notice is not given, an administration charge of $300 will apply in addition to:
(a) for day students – the equivalent of one quarter of the annual tuition fee;
(b) for boarding students – one quarter of the annual tuition and boarding fees;
(c) for the transfer of a boarding student to the status of a day student – one quarter of the annual boarding fee.
The boarding fee for senior students recognizes that those students attend the College for fewer weeks than boarders in younger year levels. Withdrawal for any term will therefore result in a pro rata reduction in the annual fee based on the proportion of the year missed compared to the usual period of attendance for that year level. In the event of withdrawal for the shorter term 4, the fee reduction will therefore be less than one quarter of the annual boarding fee.
Conditions for fees, payments and refunds are in accordance with the ESOS Framework and are detailed in the International Student Annual Fees Schedule, the Refund Policy and Procedure and associated documents provided at the time of enrolment.
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Jetty Road, Glenelg SA 5045 BSB 035-034
Account No. 162331 Swift code: Wpacau2S
To charge credit cards please either pay in person or phone Accounts Office on 08 8375 1700 or complete the form in this link and send it back to us.