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Enrolment & Fees

The application process at Scots College is designed to be thorough, ensuring that prospective students and their families have a comprehensive understanding of the school's values, educational offerings, and community, while also allowing the school to assess each applicant's suitability and potential for success.

Over the past two years, the College has seen an increase in enquiries and enrolments. To ensure students have the best chance of securing a place, we encourage families to start the enrolment process as soon as possible. 

Any students attending the College in 2024 automatically receive entrance to the subsequent year group in 2025. There is no need for students moving from the Junior to Middle or Middle to Senior Schools to re-enrol.

Preferred class sizes are in place in the Junior and Middle Schools, which enable us to continue to deliver a holistic education that maintains a sense of whanaungatanga, where every student is known, cared for, and provided with a personalised education that best develops their strengths and supports in areas that require it. 

Offers of Place

When making offers of a place, Scots College may take into consideration the following:   

  • All-Round Character aspects – Faith, Service, Diversity, Internationalism 
  • General excellence in all areas of the curriculum, including Academic, Arts, and Sporting Involvement 
  • Siblings of current or past students 
  • Students who have a family connection with the College 
  • Children of a current staff member 
  • Boarding students 
  • International students 
  • Embassy and Government postings 
  • Re-enrolling students 
  • A previous association with the College
  • Length of time the applicant has been pre-enrolled at Scots College 

Admission decisions will fully support the values of Scots College and are made at the discretion of the Principal and/or the Headmaster.   


The College has a strict uniform code which must be adhered to daily. All new students must make an appointment at the Uniform Shop for uniform fittings. The Uniform Shop also sells stationery, gifts, Tranzit bus/shuttle tickets, 10-trip train tickets, and Snapper Cards/Topups.


Information on 2024 student fees can be found below:


Scholarships are an important part of our role as a special character school and limited enrolment places will be kept open at Years 7 and 9 as part of our annual Scholarship process. Students may apply no matter where they are in the enquiry or application process. 


Junior School (Years 1-6)

Olive Mulcahy
+64 4 388 0863

Middle School (Years 7-10)

Sharon Hedges
+64 4 803 0592

Senior School (Years 11-13)

Anne Bolton
+64 4 388 0850 


Enrolment Team Sharon Hedges Anne Bolton Olive Mulcahy