STEPS FOR ENROLMENT - Day Student
ATTEND THE INFORMATION EVENING
Kindergarten, 2022 enrolment information evening will be held following the College Open Day in Br Luke Hall, Senior campus. Information about this will be advertised on the College website and at the Open Day.
Year 7, 2022 enrolment information evening will be held on following the College Open Day. This is held in the Senior School Hall – information about this will be advertised on our Website and at the Open Day.
INTERVIEW AND CONFIRMATION OF ENROLMENT
If your child is successful for the interview stage, the College Registrar (for Senior School) or Head of Junior School (for Junior School) will contact you for an interview with the College Principal/Head of Junior School, or other designated member of the College.
You will be notified if your child has been successful and you will be sent a Letter of Offer and Acceptance Document Package which is to be completed and sent back with a non-refundable $500 Confirmation of Enrolment fee.
All students who have accepted their offer will be invited to an Orientation Day the year prior to commencing which is usually held in November.
STEPS FOR ENROLMENT - Boarder
Applications for boarding places may be made at any time for any year group. The Registrar will post out the enrolment package along with relevant paperwork. The enrolment forms must be returned to the College Registrar together with the documents already advised in this enrolment package.
Families are then contacted to make arrangements to come to the College for an interview with the College Principal and Director of Boarding. The interview is followed by a tour of the College and its facilities.
A place may then be offered. Upon receipt of the signed Confirmation of Enrolment Form and payment of the Confirmation of Enrolment Fee together with all other relevant forms completed, the boarders’ place will be confirmed.
Senior School Enrolment Criteria
- Brothers of students at the College and children of current staff members
- Catholic students from Catholic schools
- Catholic students from other schools
- Children of Old Boys
- Further enrolments at the discretion of the College Principal
With respect to attendance at non-government schools, the relationship between the school authorities and pupils is a contractual one. As a result, pupils can be required (according to the contract) to wear the school uniform, to adopt certain hairstyles in keeping with the school's ethos, and observe certain practices. Pupils may be suspended or asked to leave the school if they fail to comply with school authority directions.
The school authority has a choice whether or not to enter into contractual relations with any particular parents/guardians/carers and may refuse to admit a child to the school, subject to any other statutory rules.
Parents wishing to enrol their child at St Gregory’s College are given conditions of enrolment form which outlines various behavioural expectations. The student is then required to sign an agreement form which is witnessed by parent(s)/guardians/carers.