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Enrolment Process – Australian Students

We are delighted that you are considering St Scholastica's College for your daughter’s secondary education. Established in 1878, the College has a long and proud history of providing outstanding education for girls and young women in the Good Samaritan tradition.


Our College caters for the education of girls through Years 7 to 12. Our aim is to provide a safe, caring and supportive environment that allows the needs of our students to be met academically, physically, emotionally, socially, spiritually and pastorally.

Enrolment Application Status:

Enrolment applications for 2024 are CLOSED

- We are accepting applications for WAITLIST only 
(please continue to check here for possible changes to this situation).

Enrolment applications for 2025 are filling fast.

- Open

Enrolment applications for 2026 and beyond

- Open

Enrolment Order of Preference

The College enrols girls whose parents/guardians seek a Catholic education, with enrolment preference applied in the following order:

  1. Siblings of current students

  2. Catholic students from Catholic Schools

  3. Catholic Students from Non-Catholic Schools

  4. Non-Catholic Students from Catholic Schools

  5. Non-Catholic Students from Non-Catholic Schools

  6. Consideration is given to students with past pupil history


Please note: Acceptance of enrolment is at the discretion of the Principal.


Enrolment – The First Step

To apply to enrol your daughter at St Scholastica's College, please complete and submit an Application for Enrolment Form via email to the Enrolments Officer: (you may also post or deliver in person to the front office).

Applications are accepted from students in Year 3 onwards. 

All applications need to include the following documentation:

  • Birth Certificate

  • Baptismal Certificate (if you have one)

  • Passport and visa grant letter, or Australian Citizenship Certificate (if not born in Australia).

  • Australian Citizenship Certificate or Australian Passport (if both parents born overseas).

  • Immunisation History statement from Medicare.

  • Most recent school report.

  • Most recent NAPLAN report.

  • Medical/Educational specialist reports (if applicable)

  • Family Court Orders or Parenting Plan (if applicable)

  • Non-refundable application fee of $220.  Please click here to pay the fee.​

Once received, your application will be acknowledged and processed.

We encourage families whose daughters are currently in Year 3 and interested in sending them to St Scholastica's College, to submit a Student Enrolment Form as soon as possible. All requests will be assessed and families will be contacted by the Enrolment's Officer to discuss availability or waitlist options.

Secure Your Daughter’s Enrolment

Once an offer of enrolment is made, you will be asked to confirm acceptance by signing and returning an Acceptance of Offer form and Conditions of Entry (Parent Contract), together with a non-refundable Acceptance Fee of $1,000 to St Scholastica's College by the date specified.  If the offer is not accepted by the due date, it will lapse and the place will be offered to another applicant. 

Enrolments for Years 8 to 12

Enrolments are possible at any time but are contingent upon places being available.

If you wish your daughter to be considered for enrolment any time after the commencement of Year 7, please complete and submit an Application for Enrolment Form (on right). The application will be processed and acknowledged.


Enrolment Interviews

Your daughter’s enrolment interview provides an opportunity for the Principal or member of the Executive Staff to meet your family and to get to know your child. It is also an opportunity for you to learn about the College.

Interviews will cover topics such as learning strengths and difficulties, religious life of the School, personal interests, medical issues, pastoral concerns and more.

Students applying in Years 8 – 12 will be required to attend an interview prior to any potential offer of a place at the College.

Additional Interviews

Prospective boarding students will also need to attend a meeting with the Head of Boarding or delegate.



Standard Collection Notice

Here is our Standard Collection Notice which explains in general terms how we protect the privacy of the personal information provided when a child is enrolled at the College. I

Enrolment Process


From Year 3 

  • Application to be submitted

Year 5

  • First round offers will be made (usually in Term 1), according to our enrolment preferences as listed above.

  • Signed Acceptance of Offer and Conditions of Entry forms and Acceptance Fee to be received by the College by the specified date.

  • Those families not receiving a first round offer will be invited to remain on our waiting list.

Year 6

  • Confirmed students will be invited to attend an 'Orientation Day', in November.

  • Parents/Guardians will also be invited to attend a Parent Information morning on the same day as Orientation Day.

  • Parents/Guardians are encouraged to book an appointment with the Uniform Shop (Ranier School Wear, 270-278 Norton Street Leichhardt) early to avoid a last minute rush.


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