STEPS TO APPLY
John Wollaston welcomes your interest in our School. If you would like a Prospectus or an Application for Admission Form please contact the Registrar, Mrs Ann Brightmore, on 9495 8150 or via the School's website. The Application for Admission Form is also available online.
1. Complete and submit the Application for Admission Form
A separate form is required for each child. Registrations are recorded as per the date the form is submitted and the $55 application fee is paid.
Include the following documents for your child/children with your application:
Copy of Birth Certificate
Copy of Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) Immunisation History Statement (no older than two (2) months)
Copy of the most recent academic report (if applicable)
Copy of Permanent/Temporary Residency Visa and Passport (if applicable)*
Copy of Court Orders/Parenting Agreements/Access Restrictions (if applicable)
Copy of medical documents (if applicable)
*If both parents were born overseas proof of citizenship and/or residency are also required.
2. Enrolment interview
The offer of a place at the School is subject to the successful completion of an enrolment interview. Parents are invited to bring their child to meet with the Principal or Head of Primary, depending upon the age of the child. Topics of discussion include academic progress or concerns, School Values and programs and expectations in terms of standards of behaviour and the wearing of School Uniform.
3. Formal Offer
If the process outlined in Step 2 is successful, a formal Letter of Offer from the Principal will be sent to parents/guardians (subject to availability).
4. Acceptance of the Offer
When accepting a place at John Wollaston Anglican Community School you will be asked to complete and return enrolment documentation, and for the payment of a non-refundable Enrolment Fee (if applicable).
5. Welcome to John Wollaston Anglican Community School
Once you have officially accepted your place at the School we will keep in touch via email to let you know about School events and news, and the orientation process for new students.