Enrolment and Fees

Pre-school Fees

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The Board of Governors and Executive at St Andrew’s College make every effort to ensure tuition fees are kept to a minimum. Fees are reviewed each year. Careful consideration is given to all factors affecting the cost of providing a high-quality education at the College.

2018 Pre-school Fees for New Zealand Residents (Including GST)

Children under 3 years or No 20 ECE Attestation

Hours per week





Cost per hour





Please note: Minimum hours per week is 13. Less than 16 hours per week is charged at $9.50 per hour.

Full day and/or morning and afternoon sessions are available. Morning session minimum four hours. Afternoon session minimum two and a half hours.

Children 3–4 years Full 20 ECE Attestation

14–20 hours per week

No charge – optional charge $6.50 per hour

21–50 hours per week

$6.50 per hour flat rate

Optional charge $6.50 per hour (six hours per day maximum to a total of 20 hours per week).

Please note: Hours attested to another provider will be charged at the relevant under three hourly rate. Additional hours (i.e. 20+) will be apportioned between $6.50 and the relevant under three hourly rate. The percentage share will match the shared attested hours.

20 ECE hours is up to six hours per day, up to 20 hours per week and there must be no compulsory fees when the child is receiving 20 hours ECE funding.

Application Fee

All applications for enrolment must be accompanied by a non-refundable application fee of $150. (This fee also includes enrolment into Year 1.)

Please click here for a full fee schedule.

Please contact Amanda Jack, Head of Pre-school on +64 3 940 2030 or preschool@stac.school.nz for more information.

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