What are the key enrolment dates for entry in Year 7 in 2021?

Expressions of Interest for Enrolment open Wednesday 6th May 2020

Online Year 7 Parent Information Sessions will run on Wednesday 27th May 2020

Enrolment applications are due to be returned on Monday 13th July 2020

A Transition Day will be held on Tuesday 28th July 2020

Enrolment Interviews with the Principal, Mrs Michelle Haeusler, will begin on Sunday 26th July 2020

What is the application procedure?

An Enrolment Information Package will be sent to families on completion of an Expression of Interest form.

The completed application form must be accompanied with a copy of a Birth Certificate, latest school report and NAPLAN results.  If the applicant was born overseas, a copy of Permanent Residency documents or Visa is also required.

What are the criteria for enrolment?

The application process and enrolment criteria is in accordance with Catholic Education Ballarat (CEOB) Enrolment Procedures and the St Mary MacKillop College Enrolment Policy.

The offer of enrolment is at the discretion of the Principal who will consider each case on its merits and exercise discretionary judgement for pastoral or other reasons.

Enrolment Policy

What if we are non-Catholic?

Students of other faith traditions are welcome to apply.

What is the enrolment process for entry at another year level?

Enrolments are accepted throughout the year.  Prospective parents and students are invited for an interview with the Principal.  Offers are made following consultation with the Principal.

Further questions

For enrolment enquiries please contact the College Transition Coordinator, Mr Damien Hirst, on 03 5032 9771 or via email at dhirst@mackillopsh.vic.edu.au

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St Mary MacKillop College is a Year 7 to 12 coeducational Catholic secondary school. Since its inception in 1985 the College has expanded and now caters for 430 students.

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