Enrolment FAQs

Answers to some of the most common questions we receive about enrolment.

Because all registrations must be accompanied by a copy of a birth certificate, registrations can be placed into the Enrolment Waiting Pool at any time after birth. Early date of application is advised.

Interviews for enrolment are offered in the year prior to entry for Prep and Year 5 intakes and two years prior to Year 7. For non-intake year levels, families within those waiting pools will be contacted should a place become available.

St Andrew’s has a waiting pool with various factors taken into account according to our Enrolments Policy. This means that each year level’s waiting pool can fluctuate and change frequently.

Key factors include:

  • fit for the College and support of the College ethos and Code of Student Conduct for the student and family
  • whether a sibling is currently enrolled
  • date of application
  • scholarship offers.

Yes. Separate registrations to enrol must be submitted for all students, including those with a sibling already enrolled at St Andrew's. To complete a new registration, the College must receive the online Application for Registration Form, all relevant reports for the additional student, their birth certificate and the required application fee.

No. However, as an Anglican College, our philosophy is based on the principles and traditions of the Anglican Church, which fosters among its students, staff and parents a lifestyle based on Christian values.

The registration for your child can be rolled over to the next year of entry waiting pool, or to the next formal intake year (Year 5).

The registration will be rolled over to the next year of entry; however, entry at all year levels after Year 7 is dependent on vacancies created due to current families departing from the College.

The College has a 1:1 device program for students in Prep to Year 12. All devices are supplied by the College and you can not bring your own device. Students from Prep to Year 4 are supplied with their own personal Ipad which is kept in the classroom at the College. Students in Year 5 and 6 receive a take home Ipad and students in Years 7 to 12 receive an apple Macbook. The cost of these devices is covered in our General Purpose Levy.

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