‘Welcome to all families seeking an authentic Catholic Education for their child.’
Bishop Anthony Randazzo
Bishop Anthony Randazzo
The enrolment process complies with the Diocesan Guidelines with specific selection criteria designed by the College to reflect this College’s Mission and Vision.
Thank you for considering St Brigid’s Catholic College as an option for your child’s high school education.
St Brigid’s Catholic College has launched an Online Enrolment Enquiry form that makes it easier for you to register your interest in having your child attend our school. You can find the online enquiry form here. Just complete the form and we will be in touch.
Come along to St Brigid’s for a tour with our Principal, Adam Murdoch. Here you will get a chance to see the amazing facilities we have at the College, as well as tour our learning spaces whilst they are live and in action. Contact us to arrange a suitable time.
Enrolment Packs are available in the front office. Office hours 7:30am – 3:30pm
Parents and families seeking enrolment at the College for their son or daughter for Years 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11 will be required to complete an enrolment application form. The enrolment process complies with the Diocesan Guidelines with specific selection criteria designed by the College to reflect this College’s Mission and Vision.
The main entry point for enrolment is at Year 7 (commencement of secondary education). Year 7 applications are accepted after the initial Information Evening held in the early part of each year (it should be noted enrolment applications are not received prior to this meeting). The month of May is set aside as the enrolment month for Year 7. The Year 7 College orientation process involves a specific transition program, involving students from local Catholic and non-Catholic primary feeder schools.
Enrolment applications and enquiries are welcome at any time.
For details regarding student enrolments, please contact the College on 02 4358 4278 or email email@example.comEnrolment Form Photograph/Video Permission Enrolment Principles
*Students must be Enrolled under their registered name as stated on the Birth Certificate.
Students who are accepted to transfer to St Brigid’s in years 9, 10, 11 or 12 will need to complete the subject selection form to list their order of preference for electives on offer. Depending on the time of the year the student is applying to transfer, some elective classes may have reached capacity.
Review the Stage 5 (Years 9 & 10) and Stage 6 (Years 11 & 12) Subject Selection handbooks for more information.
Stage 5 Subject Selection Handbook
Stage 5 Subject Flyers
Stage 5 Subject Selection Form
Stage 6 Subject Selection Handbook
Stage 6 Subject Selection Website
Stage 6 Subject Selection Form
Catholic Schools Broken Bay are committed to ensuring that no family will be denied a Catholic education because of financial difficulties.
We have a number of pathways available for fee assistance, and are able to provide you with a personalised fee support assessment based on your individual circumstances.
Please contact the Fee Liaison Team (firstname.lastname@example.org or 9847 0728) to discuss these options and the application process. Your School Principal can also provide support and guidance on your options for fee assistance.
“Throughout this time of uncertainty, let us never cease in our care for one another.”
Most Rev Anthony Randazzo, Bishop of Broken Bay 20 March 2020