Thank you for considering Scots College for your child. We welcome applications at any time and our enrolment team are here to help you through the enrolment process. To ensure a personalised education for each child we do limit class sizes and encourage you to begin the enrolment process early to have the best chance of securing a place for your child. If you have any questions please contact our enrolment team:
Junior School (Years 1-6)
Ms Olive Mulcahy
(04) 388 0863 or email@example.com
Middle School (Years 7-10)
Mrs Sharon Hedges
(04) 803 0592 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior School (Years 11-13)
Ms Maria Calcott
(04) 388 0861 email@example.com
Enrolments for 2022 and beyond
Class size limits are in place at certain year levels to ensure the delivery of a personalised education.
Enrolment spaces in the Middle School for both boys and girls in years levels 7, 8, 9 and 10 in 2022 are now at capacity. There are still spaces available in year levels 1-6, and limited spaces in year levels 11, 12 and 13. Applications for enrolment in 2023 and beyond are also open and we would encourage families to submit applications as far ahead as possible.
Students who are already attending the College are guaranteed a place in the following year level.
Once a year level reaches capacity then the College may offer an applicant a provisional enrolment or the option to join a waiting pool to be kept informed if spaces become available. There can be movement of places as some families situations change. If you are considering any of the year levels mentioned above as at capacity, we encourage you to contact a member of the enrolment team to discuss your options before completing an application for enrolment.
Admission decisions will fully support the values of Scots College and are made at the discretion of the Principal or Headmaster. When making offers of a place, Scots College may take into consideration the applicant’s affiliation with the College, but are not limited to siblings of current or past students, students whose parents or grandparents attended the College, former students, date of application, international students, boarding students and those who are re-enrolling.
If you have completed an application for enrolment and an interview with a Principal but no places are available, then a provisional enrolment may be made. If/once a place becomes available then a formal offer of place will be made and at this time parents/caregivers will be asked to confirm their acceptance of this place by payment of a confirmation fee and educational bond.
Any families on a provisional enrolment are required to inform the College of any changes in contact details or circumstances.
The annual fees schedule can be found here.