Frequently Asked Questions

Does the school have a school zone and why?

The school has an enrolment zone and scheme to manage school enrolment to prevent overcrowding. Children living within the designated geographic boundaries of the school are accepted off right.

What Streets are in-zone?

Click here to see the full list of in-zone streets

How can I apply for an in-zone place?

Complete the in zone form and send it via scanned email or post to the school office.

What evidence is required for in-zone enrolment?

Proof that this is the permanent residential address. 
If renting, a long term rental agreement and statutory agreement that it is the intention of the family to be in the zone longer than 6 months.
Otherwise a utility bill or rates notice that identifies the address and name of occupier should be attached to the pre-enrolment form that includes a statutory declaration

Click here for the Statutory Declaration form

What age should I apply to pre enrol?

4 years of age is great for the school forward planning.

How do I apply if I am out of zone?

Complete the applicable out of zone ballot request form and send it via scanned email or post to the school office.

Priority 2 Application form
Priority 3 Application form
Priority 5 Application form

What are the different priority levels of the out of zone ballot?

Level 2 references siblings through to level 5 no other involvement. (See the policy)

Applications from out of zone students will be processed in the following order of priority:

  • First priority will be given to students who have been accepted for enrolment in an approved special programme. (This priority category is not applicable at our school)
  • Second priority will be given to applicants who are siblings of current students.
  • Third priority will be given to applicants who are siblings of former students.
  • Fourth priority will be given to applicants who are children of board employees.
  • Fifth priority will be given to all other applicants.
  • Siblings of children (within the Western Bays geographic zone) currently are given places.

How is the ballot set and drawn?

Each year the Board sets a minimum of two ballots generally April and October. The Board does have the ability to add ballots if places become available. These are advertised in the local paper.

The ballot is drawn by a lawyer and children given a priority number. Families have 14 days to accept a place.

How are we advised of a ballot place?

Each year the Board sets a minimum of two ballots generally April and October. The Board does have the ability to add ballots if places become available. These are advertised in the local paper.

The school will send via email or in writing the ballot outcome within 5 working days of the draw.

What forms do I complete when accepted through the ballot for out of zone enrolment?

A statutory declaration form. Click here

What do we provide when we pre enrol or are accepted for out of zone enrolment (before the enrolment meeting)?

Passport or birth certificate and immunisation certificate