Tours and Information
The College welcomes enrolment inquiries at all year levels, from interested students and their families. Families are encouraged to make an appointment with the Assistant Principal Student Programs, Mrs Dulcie Commons, for a tour of the campus or to obtain a College brochure. You may also download a brochure here.
Chinese, Vietnamese and Khmer versions of our International Student Brochure can be downloaded from this page, or using the Contact tab at the top of the page.
Grade Six students are invited to apply for Academic, Sporting or Music Scholarships that have tenure for their first year at the College. Applications for Music and Sport Scholarships for 2018 have closed. Application Forms for 2019 will be available to download here at the beginning of 2018. Academic Scholarship Testing for entry into the High Flyers Program for 2018 has now closed. Scholarship testing for entry into the High Flyers Program for 2019 is to be held at the College in May 2018. Online registrations will close a week before the testing and must be completed online (click here Link to online Application).
These scholarships are donated by the College’s Community Voice. Community scholarships are awarded at various times during the year in all Year Levels. These are publicised through the Sub Schools.
Grade six student enrolments are processed in the second semester and all necessary forms are available from the relevant Primary Schools. Prospective students are invited to book a tour and attend an Open Night at the College with their parents in Term 2. Tour dates will be published in Term 1, 2018. The College has a close and cordial relationship with many primary schools and co-operative programs have been developed such as ‘Maths Games Day’. Members of the College staff are frequent visitors to Primary Schools.
Years 8 – 12 Students
Interested students in Years 8 – 12 may contact the College directly and make an appointment with Mrs Dulcie Commons, Assistant Principal Student Programs. Students must present their latest school reports and any other documentation such as birth certificates, passports or visas. This arrangement also applies to Year 7 students once they are enrolled in another school. Students may be offered a place dependent on a satisfactory report and availability of a place in a class and/or subject.
International students’ families should contact Mrs Connie Tzelepis, the Director of International Programs at the College directly on 9547 6822, or the International Student Programs Unit of the Department of Education and Training. There are strict guidelines for entry into Australia to study at a Victorian school; these may vary depending on the country of origin. The College also visits overseas countries and has a close relationship with many agents. We make a commitment to visit parents each year to report on the progress of our international students. Mr Blaikie and Mrs Tzelepis are responsible for visiting Vietnam and Mrs Tzelepis visits China on an annual basis.