Our School - Enrolling

 

Enrolling in mainstream


Year 6 into Year 7 enrolments 

If your child is currently enrolled in Year 6 in a public primary school, and you wish to apply to enrol in our school in Year 7 of the following year, contact the office at your current school to obtain an "Expression of Interest" form to complete and return to them. The primary school will forward the information to us and we will contact you once a decision has been made about your child's potential enrolment, and next steps.

If your child is currently enrolled in Year 6 in a non-government primary school, and you wish to apply to enrol in our school in Year 7 of the following year, download an "Expression of Interest" form here, complete and return to us. We will contact you once a decision has been made about your child's potential enrolment, and next steps.

Year 7 to Year 12 enrolments

If your child is currently enrolled in another public or non-government high school, and you wish to apply to enrol in our school, contact us to obtain an expression of interest form to complete and return to us. We will contact you once a decision has been made about your child's potential enrolment, and next steps.

Temporary visa or visitor visa

If your child has a temporary visa or visitor visa you will first need to apply to enrol by contacting the temporary residents program who will give you forms to bring to the school.

It's important that you tell the principal if your child has any special circumstances, allergies, health or medical conditions, before your child starts school.

 

Enrolling in our Support Unit

Students with a confirmed disability may be enrolled in any one of the following:

  • regular classes (subject to standard enrolment procedures)
  • support classes in regular schools (subject to placement panel procedures)
  • special schools (subject to placement panel procedures)

The school principal, in consultation with the school's Learning and Support Team, will assist you to find the right schooling option for your child, taking into account your choice, your child's specific additional learning and support needs and proximity to local specialist services. Where a child is enrolled in a support class or a special school this is done through a process known as a placement panel. 

For more information

The NSW Department of Education has compiled a "Going to a Public School" information page

Contact us for more information.