What is the procedure for enrolling my child?
A parent or legal guardian applying to enrol a child in a government school completes an Application for Admission (enrolment) form.
Complete one form for each child and attach proof of your place of residence. Three documents are required as evidence and must include a rates notice or rental agreement (where a family is in a rental property), as well as a utilities account (gas, electricity, or water). Other examples of proof of address include; additional utilities account, telephone and bank statement and drivers license.
Parents/guardians must ensure that their child’s birth certificate, immunisation records, school reports from the previous school, and any Family Court orders or parenting plans registered with the Family Court, are provided at the time of enrolment.
Click here to view enrolment information.
I am outside of the local intake care?
Submitting an Application for Admission does not mean that the college has accepted the enrolment. In most instances cross-boundary applications are declined to ensure the college has sufficient capacity to accommodate students residing within the local intake area. The college Principal will notify you if your application is accepted.
Click here to view the local intake information.
What are the college hours?
Students should not arrive at school before 8:10am except for teacher supervised activities.
Classes commence at 8:30am. Hence, students need to arrive at the college by 8:20am in order to be ready and on time to class.
Session 1: 8:30am – 9:34am
Session 2: 9:34am – 10:38am
Recess: 10:38am – 11:03am
Session 3: 11:03am – 12:07pm
Session 4: 12:07pm – 1:11pm
Lunch: 1:11pm – 1:36pm
Session 5: 1:36pm – 2:40pm
How does my child get to the college on public transport?
For information on bus services and to plan your journey to school please visit: www.transperth.wa.gov.au
What are the college fees?
Contributions and charges are set according to Department of Education policy, with the maximum voluntary contribution not exceeding $235 for students in Years 7-10.
In addition to the parent’s contribution of $235 toward covering the cost of resources for their child’s curriculum, additional charges are incurred for materials, services and facilities provided in optional components of an education program, such as excursions, camps and consumables.
How do I pay these?
Details will be provided to you prior to your child’s start date. Charges and Contributions should be settled on commencement of the new school year, or as soon as possible. Please do not hesitate to contact the college to arrange a payment plan if required.
Contributions and charges can be paid by using the Compass App on your smart device, directly to the college bank account using student number as your reference or using cash/EFTpos in the college administration during office hours.
Download the Compass App on your smart device and make purchases/payments.
Where do I purchase a uniform?
The Uniform Shop is run by an outside provider.
Mondays 8.00am – 11.15am
Wednesdays 1.00pm – 3.45pm
Click here to download our current uniform price list.
We are excited to have our Café reopen in 2022! Our College Café is run by an outside provider, Kingston’s Kitchen.
Lunch orders can be placed by using the ‘Spriggy Schools” online ordering system. Alternatively, the café will have Eftpos and cash facilities available for students.
For information on how to go about setting up your account, please click here.
For information regarding the Spriggy App, please click here.
Please click here to see the current menu.
Do I need to provide my child with a device?
The college has not opted for a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) system at this stage therefore there is no need for your child to have a device. Additionally students do not need to have a mobile phone or other personal electronic device at school. Students will not be permitted to have any of these devices on college grounds and if students are seen with a mobile phone or similar device during the school day they will be confiscated. Students will always be permitted to use a college phone for important matters.
Who do I contact about my child?
While the first point of contact for parents in all schools should be the teacher, in a secondary school your child may have up to ten different teachers during the year. It is important that you get to know your child’s teachers; email and Compass are useful tools to achieve this. In addition to their subject teachers, students may also develop relationships with the Student Wellbeing and Engagement personnel or extracurricular activity coordinators. All of these people will be working to support your child through their secondary school life!
If parents have questions or concerns about a subject or something happening in a class they should initially make contact with the teacher. The Head of Learning Area (HOLA) or a Teacher in Charge of a Learning Area (TIC) may be another contact person in some circumstances. For student wellbeing concerns, please contact your child’s House Leader.