enrolment information

Enrolment Principles

All children of parents who are prepared to support the religious principles and ideals of this College are considered eligible for enrolment.

 

Enrolment Applications

For information about enrolment applications, timings and release dates see the Enrolment Procedures page.

Enrolment Priorities

All children of parents who are prepared to support the religious principles and ideals of this College are considered eligible for enrolment. The following group of applicants will however have a priority over others in admissions:

The College Enrolment Policy give priority in the following order:

    • Catholic boys from our Feeder Schools: Our Lady of Dolours, Chatswood; St Thomas’, Willoughby; St Philip Neri, Northbridge; Our Lady of Good Counsel, Forestville; St Martin de Porres, Davidson; Holy Family, Lindfield; Corpus Christi, St Ives; Our Lady Help of Christians, Epping; for procedure information click here
    • from 2017, Year 7 (only) Catholic enrolments from Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, West Pymble. This is by special arrangement with the Catholic Schools Office, Broken Bay, beginning with the Year 7, 2019 enrolment intake; for procedure information click here
    • and siblings of enrolled or attending students
  1. Catholic boys from non-feeder Catholic primary schools.
  2. Catholic boys attending non-Catholic schools and who are members of a Catholic community.
  3. Non-Catholic boys from Catholic Schools.
  4. Non-Catholic boys from non-Catholic schools.

Sons of ex-students of the College are also given consideration.

The College offers Edmund Rice Scholarships to eligible students who may not otherwise be able to attend the College because of financial hardship. They are primarily offered to students applying for entry into Years 5, 6 or 7 and are determined by the College Scholarship Committee.

Applications for students to attend the College for Years 5 & 6 only are NOT accepted. All offers of enrolment are offered on the expectation that the enrolment will cover the period from commencement to the completion of Year 12.

 

Basis of discretion

The application of these priorities and considerations may be varied at the discretion of the Principal.

Enrolment Numbers

First Day
  • Year 5 is the largest intake with 96 students – 3 classes of 32.
  • The College admits another class of 32 students into Year 6 and 32 students for Year 7.
  • Acceptance into Years 8 to 11 is dictated by the number of vacancies.

 First Day