Enrolling at Rostrevor College


Rostrevor College enrols boys from Reception through to Year 12. We encourage families to lodge an application form as early as possible as places in our key intake years fill quickly. 

Rostrevor College has three key intake points Junior Years - Reception, Middle Years - Years 7 and Senior Years from Year 10. Students may enter at all Year Levels subject to available vacancies. Boarding students are accepted from Years 9 through 12.

Priority is given to siblings of current students and as an R-12 school we offer the convenience of one school drop off, continuity of care and outstanding community networks.

Enrolment offers are made two years prior to the intended commencement date and continue until Year levels are full.


The Enrolment Process

The enrolment process, including enrolment offers, commences two years prior to the intended commencement date and continue until Year levels are full.

1. Enquire:

Contact our Enrolment Officer: 
Mrs Annemarie Mein
+61 8 8364 8244
Request a Prospectus

2. Book a College Tour:

Join us at our Principal's Tours to discover why Rostrevor is the best choice for your son's education. Click here to learn more >

3. Application/Enrolment form:

More than two years
before intended start date

If your enquiry is more than 2 years before the intended start date, download the Application form and return it to enrolments@rostrevor.sa.edu.au

Within two years
of intended start date

For enrolments within the next two years we encourage you to join us on at a College tour and for students considering Year 7  'Come & Try Rostrevor Days'.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Application Form

Indigenous students may apply to attend Rostrevor College as day students from Reception - Year 12. 
 

  • An application for admission can be made at any time from birth onwards. A $60 non-refundable application fee applies.
  • The application is retained on the College data base and acknowledged by letter. We request that you keep the College informed of changes of address and contact details to ensure your letter of offer can be made.
  • You will receive regular communication from the College including invitations to College Tours and Community Events.
  • The enrolment process commences two years prior to the respective commencement date.  If you have completed and Application form then at this time an Enrolment Form will be sent to you. This form must be completed and submitted along with the requested supporting documents to allow us to fully consider your son's enrolment, e.g. copies of Birth Certificate, Baptism Certificate, two most recent School Reports and NAPLAN Test if applicable.

4. Interview:

  • An Enrolment interview for parent and student will be arranged with either the Principal or a member of our Senior Leadership Team.  Details will be provided once applications have been processed.
     

5. Offer of Enrolment:

  • Successful candidates will receive a letter of offer shortly after interview
  • Parents accept the offer and return the Enrolment Agreement together with a $500 acceptance fee.
  • The acceptance fee will be deducted from the commencing year's Tuition Fee.
  • Should families wish to withdraw an enrolment, the Enrolment Acceptance fee ($500) will be refunded less an Administration Fee of $300, provided notification is received in writing more than two terms prior to the commencement date. No refund will be made after this date.

Next Steps

Transition Day
Transitions Days, for new students (Reception - Year 11), are held during Term 4 in the year prior to commencement.

Information Evenings
Information Evenings are conducted during Term 3 in the year prior to commencement for parents and guardians of new students. Information relating to school policies, uniform and curriculum is made available at this time.
 

Please note:

Conditions for Admission
The prospective student and his parents are required to respect the values underlying a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice Tradition. When accepting a place at the College, the student and his parents become members of the Rostrevor College Community. It is understood that the acceptance of enrolment implies an undertaking on the part of the student, with the support of his parents, to participate fully in all College activities as required.

Categories of Enrolment
The Principal of Rostrevor College determines enrolments for the College.

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