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School Fees

The head teacher of a Government school may set fees for materials and services provided to students. These fees are recoverable as a debt due to the school council, however a student cannot be refused materials or services if these fees are not paid [Education Act 1972 (SA) s 106A(8)].

If the student is under 18, his or her parents are liable for the debt. If the student is an independent adult he or she is liable. An adult student dependent on his or her parents is liable together with his or her parents.

School Fees  :  Last Revised: Mon May 7th 2012
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