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The enrolment process commences each year with an Information Evening for parents generally in May, this is in conjunction with the schools tours led by the students and the Principal.

Parents are invited to complete the enrolment enquiry form located at this link:  

Enrolment Enquiry

Information packs will be sent via email or posted if requested.  You can request an Information book by clicking this link  Request Information Book .

Prospective enrollments will be invited to make an appointment for an enrolment interview with the Principal. Enrolment interviews normally take place in July. Please contact the school on 5447 7832 to make an appointment.


To complete a student's enrolment it is necessary to present your child's Birth Certificate, Baptism Certificate and Immunization Status Certificate. All enrolments are confirmed in writing after the application period.

To be eligible to begin school a child must turn 5 years of age before April 30 of the school commencement year.

The  Enrolment Policy is available in the download section.



Transition Program for 2022 Preps 



Information Night

Thursday 20th May at 6.30pm

School Open Days Monday 17- Thursday 20th May- 9am -3.00pm
Principal Learning Walks-  Tuesday 11th May at 9.30am
Please register interest via the link above  Wednesday 12th May at 9.30am
   Tuesday 25th May at 9.30am
   Thursday 27th May at 9.30am

Prep Information Session

 Tuesday 9th November at 6.30pm

 Transition Days  Tuesday 23rd November - 9.15am-10.30am


Tuesday 30th November - 9.15am-10.30am

Orientation Day Tuesday 7th December - 9.15-11am




First Week of Prep

Monday 31st January 2022

Wednesday- Prep Rest Days

                  (NO SCHOOL)

February- 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd

March- 2nd & 9th 


Handbooks for parents of children entering Catholic primary schools in Victoria provide parents with general information about what Catholic schools can offer children and their families, including the many aspects of the student’s school experience, some handy tips for managing the transition to primary school, homework and how parents can assist their child’s learning. 




The Sandhurst Catholic Education Office and Schools acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which their Offices and Schools are built. We commit to working in partnership with Aboriginal people for reconciliation and justice.

Believe !     Imagine !     Serve !