Future Students

Student posing on the steps of the Learning Resource CentreThe College welcomes applications from Catholic and non-Catholic students.

Pre-Kindergarten and Junior School (Kindergarten to Year 6) 

The enrolment process begins the year prior to the applicable year of entry. Enrolment in the Pre-Kindergarten Programme does not guarantee a place in Kindergarten; a separate application for Kindergarten is to be made at the same time. A second stream of the Junior School inclusive of Kindergarten through to Year Six is opening in 2018. Prospective families are encouraged to take up this opportunity to secure a place of enrolment for their child or children.

Year 7  

The enrolment process begins when the student is in Year 5 for students not already enrolled at the College.

Every effort is made to keep fees as low as possible and discounts for eligible Health Care Card holders is available on application. 

The College Prospectus is available from the College Office and contains, as a minimum, the following information:

Student Enrolment Policy

Expression of Interest Form - Kindergarten to Year 12

Expression of Interest Form - Pre-Kindergarten (3 years of age)

Privacy Collection Notice

Data Collection Form

School Fees - Setting and Collection Policy April 2017

2018 Fees and Charges Calculator

2018 Schedule of Fees

All applications for enrolment are to be submitted according to the Student Enrolment Policy and the procedures contained in the Policy.

Brother Pat Kelly Middle School Academic Scholarship 

Each year the College offers an Academic Scholarship to a student entering Year 7. 

Congratulations 2019 Brother Pat Kelly Scholarship Winner

Bradley Fisher of Aveley Primary School

Students entering Year 7 in 2019 were invited to apply for the 2019 College Middle School Academic Scholarship. The successful applicant wins a scholarship inclusive of full payment of the Tuition Fee component of the College Fees and Charges in the Middle School years (Years 7 to Year 9). 

Scholarship Selection Test: Friday 11 May

Students were required to sit a test from which the successful candidate was selected. The Scholarship Selection Tests (SST) are conducted through Australian Council for Education Research (ACER) and will took place at the College on Friday, 11 May 2018. 


Registrations to sit the test are to be made online through the ACER website. A payment of $90 is payable when registering. The closing date for registration is on Friday, 20 April.  Further information will be provided after the closing date.
Please follow the link to register http://scholarships.acer.edu.au/intro/1435
Other essential information on the Scholarship Test process can be found on the ACER website - http://www.acer.org/scholarship-parents/western-australia

If you require any further information please contact the Principal's Assistant through the College Office.