How to Apply
Completed applications should be mailed or handed in to the College office with all supporting documentation and the $50 application fee.
Upon receipt of the completed documents, the Headmaster will review the application. If the student is
enrolling in Transition or Kindergarten they may at the Headmasters discretion, be invited to attend a
College day. Alternatively, if the student is applying for Years 1-12, then the student may be invited to
attend an interview with the Headmaster. The Headmaster may also advise that no suitable vacancy
exists, at which time the student can elect to be placed on a waiting list. The College may elect to
proceed with this enrolment if a suitable place becomes available.
College Day (Transition and Kindergarten only)
Students entering Transition or Kindergarten may be required to attend the College for half a day and
participate in the daily program with Transition. This process allows parents and the prospective
students an opportunity for familiarisation. When collecting their child, Parents will have the
opportunity to discuss the morning events with the Teaching Staff. Following the College Day, based
on the Teacher’s recommendation, an interview with the Student and their Parents may be arranged at
the Headmaster’s discretion.
Interviews are generally conducted by the Headmaster or a delegated representative. The interview
incorporates a tour of the College and an opportunity to ask questions.
Letter of Offer
If a suitable vacancy exists, a Letter of Offer will be forwarded to be signed and returned within 14
days. Alternatively, the Headmaster may also advise that no suitable vacancy exists, at which time the student can elect to be placed on a waiting list. The College may elect to proceed with the enrolment if a suitable place becomes available.
Acceptance of Offer and Payment of Bond
When returning the Letter of Offer, the security bond of $500.00 per student is to be paid, up to a limit
of $1000.00 per family. This bond is held by the College and will be refunded where one terms notice
is given of the withdrawal of the student or the student successfully completes Year 12. A partial
refund may apply where money is owed to the College or equipment and books have not been
For those students commencing at the start of the year, Orientation Day is an informative Saturday
morning held in late October of the preceding year. All enrolling students are expected to attend.