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​Family Contribution Scheme

The Parents and Citizens’ Association endeavours to raise funds to provide the means to supplement those teaching facilities provided by the State Government and to improve the education standard of Wavell State High students. It does this through the provision of class room equipment, sporting equipment, computing and library resources, grounds maintenance and enhancement and other areas of priority.

Families are requested to donate to the P&C Building Fund (tax deductible). The suggested contribution is $60.00 per family.  Payments may be made by cash, cheque, Mastercard/Visacard, Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), Internet banking and are made in conjunction with the Student Resource Scheme. 

We look forward to your support in our endeavours to provide the best possible education for your student.

Email address for P and C matters:

Music Resource Support Contribution

Students involved in the Instrumental Music program, the bands and the Vocal Group will be expected to pay $70.00 per year for the continual updating of sheet music.    Payment by end of Term 1 attracts a discount of $10.00. Students who have the loan of a School instrument are required to pay a maintenance charge of $70.00 per year. Percussion students are required to pay a maintenance charge of $30.00 per year.  Monies will be collected and receipted by the Treasurer of the Music Sub-Committee.

Committee Meeting Dates

Specific dates for these meetings are listed in the School Calendar.

  • Parents & Citizens Association - 3rd Tuesday of the month - 7.00 pm
  • Dance Sub-Committee - As per School Calendar.
  • Music Sub-Committee - As per School Calendar.
  • School Council - As per School Calendar - 6.30 pm
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