At Rosebank College, there are three stages in the enrolment process:
Placement on the waiting list
Placement on the waiting list is secured once applicants:
I.Â Â Â Provide a completed enrolment form
II.Â Submit all relevant documentation including NAPLAN results and full school reports
III.Â Pay the $220 non-refundable application fee
IV.Â Application is accepted Provision of the above documents and the payment of the application fee do not bind the College to enter a final contract for enrolment. A place on the waiting list does not guarantee enrolment.
Securing an enrolment place
Two years prior to beginning in Year 7, all applicants receive a letter reminding them to supply the College with their Year 5 NAPLAN results and latest full school report. Shortlisted applicants are invited for an interview with a member of the Enrolment Team.Â Successful applicants are offered an enrolment place in writing soon after the interview. Successful applicants have two weeks to accept their enrolment offer and secure it with a $475.00 enrolment fee. In August of the year prior to commencement, Year 7 students and parents are invited to the first of the Orientation experiences. The second Orientation experience is a full day of school for students only. In July of the year prior to commencement, Year 11 students and parents are invited to attend a Subject Information Evening to secure their subject choices.
Payment of fees
All school fees are payable on or before the payment due date. If a family does not pay school fees and no arrangements have been agreed to and complied with, a sibling of that family cannot be enrolled at the College the following year until the matter is finalised. Failure to make a payment of fees or abide by a financial arrangement made with the College may result in placing the account with a Debt Collector. The signatories of the enrolment contract are jointly responsible for payment of that studentâ€™s fees. This is a contractual obligation.
The College withdrawal policy is applicable once the enrolment fee has been paid and enrolment has been secured. If the students withdraws from the College prior to commencement of school the entire enrolment fee is forfeited. Once a student has started at the College, notification in writing, advising the student withdrawal must be given to the Principal. A full term or 10 weeks notice (whichever is the shortest) is required, otherwise a full term’s fees will be charged.Â This applies to students leaving mid-term.
Current families are eligible for sibling discounts on tuition fees when siblings are attending concurrently.
Please clickÂ Enrolment Form_Updated 12 February 2015Â to download an Enrolment Application form.