Enrolments for St Gregory's College Junior School
St Gregory's College Junior School will be enrolling for Kindergarten Only for 2019. Enrolments for K-6 in 2020 will be announced in January/February 2019.
When to Enrol?
St Gregory’s College will be taking enrolments for Kindergarten 2019 only. The Enrolment Information Evening will be held on Tuesday 20 February at 7.30 pm in the Br Luke Hall at the College and a timeline for the enrolment process will be available at this information evening.
Enrolment packages are available from the College Registar: Mrs Kate Stott telephone on 4629 4130.
ENROLMENTS CLOSED ON 16 MARCH 2018
Enrolment Interviews - First Round Interviews will be held from 3 to 10 April 2018. First Round Interview notification will be sent between 26 March and 29 March 2018.
Who can apply for St Gregory’s College Junior School?
Children from families who are prepared to be supportive of the life and teachings of the Catholic Church and intend to adhere to the religious practices, educational ideals and financial requirements of the school may apply for enrolment.
Priority will be given to (in order of preference), except in special circumstances:
1 – Siblings of students already enrolled at the College;
2 – Baptised Catholics residing in the suburb of Gregory Hills in the Parish of Saint Mary Mackillop, Oran Park;
3 – Baptised Catholics from the new development area southeast of Gregory Hills, within the parcel of land east of Manooka Valley, and immediately south of Badgally Hill in the Parish of Saint John the Evangelist, Campbelltown;
4 – Baptised Catholics from the new development area between Gledswood Hills and the Gregory Hills development, immediately north of Gregory Hills Drive in the Parish of Saint Mary Mackillop, Oran Park;
5 – Baptised Catholics from surrounding parishes who have not been able to gain enrolment in their local Parish or Diocesan Primary School;
6 – Baptised Catholics who are the children of past students of St Gregory’s College, Campbelltown;
7- Baptised Orthodox Christians whose families are regular in their practice of faith, and the enrolment is supported by their priest;
8 – Members of other Christian churches or communities whose families are regular in their practice of the faith, and the enrolment is supported by their priest or minister.
Additional considerations: The enrolment interview, willingness to comply with the College rules and expectations, the date the application is submitted.
If you have any queries in regards to the Junior School Enrolment Criteria, please contact Kate Stott on telephone 02 4629 4130 or email email@example.com