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Enrolling at our school

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Parents or caregivers must be the adults enrolling the students.

Step 1

Register your interest and arrange an interview

Students' Parents/guardians should first complete and Enrolment Enquiry Form or contact the College or visit the College administration office to request an enrolment enquiry form.  Once the college receives your enquiry form you will be contacted within 2 to 3 day to advise of the next step.

Our office staff will give you an enrolment package and arrange an enrolment interview for you and your prospective student.

Please note only the legal guardian can enroll students at school.

The enrolment package contains general information about the school, about uniforms and booklists, and information about subject choices. 

Step 2

The interview

Please make sure you bring the following documents with you to the interview. If you don't your application may be delayed.

  • The completed application for student enrolment form (available from the school).
  • Birth certificate.
  • Previous school’s information and current report.
  • Any court orders.
  • Passports and visas where applicable.
  • Current contact details.
  • Medical requirement information.

Senior students (Years 10, 11 and 12) will also need to bring a Student Education and Training Plan (SETP) if one has already been completed. If they do not have one will be completed at the interview.

Step 3


All new students will be eligible to start school once the enrolment  interview is completed and the application processed. This usually takes 24 hours.

For students enrolling in years 8 and 9 once the school year has begun will need to complete the relevant school standardised/diagnostic testing within the week as part of the school induction process.


Our Administration team

 Pictured left to right:

 Mrs Gwen Nowak (DP), Mrs Janine Cooke (DP), Mr Steven Miskin (Principal), Mrs Paula Adams-Thompson (DP)