All enrolment applications shall be classified as Preferential or Non-Preferential.
Preferential enrolment shall be given to those pupils with parents or guardians who have established a particular or general connection with the Special Character of the School through a demonstration of their desire for a Christ-centred education for their children.
Non-Preferential enrolment – The number of pupils whose parents do not have preference of enrolment at the school shall be limited to 10% of the maximum roll of the School.
Subject to otherwise meeting the respective criteria for enrolment, and places, determined by the Principal as being available at the preferred entry level the following order of consideration shall be applicable. The order of consideration, stipulates only the order in which applicants are considered and does not imply a guarantee of an offer to the highest ranked applicant.
State integrated schools have places for non-preference students.
In this grouping, consideration will be given in the following order (The order of consideration, stipulates only the order in which applicants are considered and does not imply a guarantee of an offer to the highest ranked applicant).
In the case of applicants (preference and non-preference) with special needs, the Principal must take into consideration the nature of the special need and the School’s ability to provide the required environment and resources.
All unsuccessful applicants may choose to have their names placed on a waiting list. The waiting list will be kept within relevant priority categories, ranked in order. Students on the waiting list may be offered places at a later date if they become available. The waiting list will remain current until the beginning of the next enrolment intake.
The Principal may at any time, re-categorise student’s enrolment status based upon the application of the current Enrolment Policy of the Board, as approved by the Proprietor, and will advise the parents/caregivers accordingly in writing.