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Enrolling at St Patrick’s

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If you would like to apply to become part of the wonderful St Pat's College community, you've come to the right place. We consider every application, and their suitability for our community.

St Patrick’s College for Girls is a non systemic, congregational Catholic College and as such is not restricted to geographic boundaries when accepting enrolment applications. The St Patrick’s College Board delegates to the Principal the right to exercise discernment in the acceptance of individual students in the enrolment process.

College Fees

See our Fee Policy for 2020, Payment Options, Enrolment Acceptance Fee, Overdue Accounts, Withdrawal of a Student Fee and more.

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Scholarships Available

The College offers a number of scholarships, which recognise excellence in achievement and/or application in a variety of fields.

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Uniform

The College (Uniform) Shop is the only outlet for purchasing new College Uniforms, no other retailer has access to our designs.

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Transport

Did you know we have a convenient and private bus service available to transport students to and from school with TWO routes available?

Getting to St Patrick's

The Enrolment Process

1

Obtain an Enrolment Pack

Collect an Enrolment Pack from the College Reception — or request a copy to be mailed.

2

Submit Documentation

Complete all sections and return with required documentation, including the non-refundable $55 Enrolment Fee, to the College.

3

Await Enrolment Interview

Upon receipt of the application the College will contact you to organise an Enrolment Interview

4

Application Response

You will be advised as soon as possible after the interview whether or not your application was successful

5

Confirmation of Enrolment

If accepted, a Confirmation of Enrolment Form is completed and an Advance Fee of $300 is paid prior to commencement.

The Year 7 Enrolment

1

Obtain Enrolment Pack

Enrolment Packs are available from the College Reception or can be mailed to you. Scholarship information is included with the Pack.

2

Applications and Enrolment Interviews

Information in the Enrolment Pack will indicate the dates for returning applications and when Enrolment Interviews will take place.

3

Acceptance/Non-Acceptance

Letters advising acceptance/non-acceptance are sent out after the interviews.

4

Confirmation of Enrolment Form

If accepted, a Confirmation of Enrolment Form is completed and an Advance Fee of $300 is paid.

5

Information/Orientation Day

Closer to the end of the year, an Information/Orientation Day and Induction Days are conducted for both parents and students, usually in November.

6

Parent Workshops

The College also runs Parent Workshops prior to commencement.

Years 8-12 Applications

These students wishing to enrol at the College for commencement at the beginning of the following year follow the same process as Year 7 Enrolments. These students and their parents are also invited to attend the Information/Orientation Day in November or December. For Enrolments after the commencement of the school year, contact the College for an enrolment pack and to discuss availabilty of places.

Year 7 Parent Workshops

The College conducts this workshop towards the end of each year. It is an excellent opportunity for parents new to the College community to gain insight into College life. Year 7 parents find the workshop invaluable in learning how to assist their daughter(s) through the transition from Primary to Secondary School.

Procedures

In processing applications for entry to the College, the priority for entry will be:

  • Sisters of students currently enrolled in the College, or of former students of the College.
  • Daughters of past students of the College.
  • Catholic students attending a Catholic parish primary school.
  • Catholic students attending a government or other non government primary school.
  • Non Catholic students attending a Catholic parish primary school.
  • Non Catholic students attending a government or other non government school.

Enrolment of a student is conditional upon parents/carers undertaking the financial requirements of the College.

When To Apply?

Application DeadlineDecision
Early Decision 1November 1December 15
Early Decision 2January 1February 15
Regular DecisionJanuary 1April 1

Where to submit necessary documents?

Complete all sections and return with required documentation, including the non-refundable $55 Enrolment Fee, to the College.

St Patrick's College
4 St Johns Road,
Campbelltown NSW
PO Box 943 Campbelltown NSW 2560

The Enrolments Office

Enrolments Coordinator
enrolments@saintpatricks.nsw.edu.au
02 4629 2999