Entrance to the college is via the Department of Education for the Gifted and Talented Secondary Selective Entrance Programs or directly to the college for the Soccer Excellence program and Local entry.
Gifted and Talented Secondary Selective Entrance Programs
Online applications are available to parents from October 10 of the year their child is in Year 5 for Year 7 entry to the college. There may also be opportunities for other years available depending on vacancies in that year group. Applications close early February of the year prior to enrolment. At this stage Gifted and Talented do not offer Year 8 applications. Call Gifted and Talented for further information on 9264 4307.
Applications for 2019 open October 2017 and close February 2018.
All Gifted and Talented Program applicants must sit the Academic Selective Entrance Test coordinated by the Department of Education regardless of what program they are applying for. The test includes individual assessments in the areas of mathematics and science, language, writing and non-verbal reasoning. Offers of placement cannot be considered if the GAT academic test is not completed. A child with a learning disability may apply for a Selective Entrance Test Exemption (Arts Only) by requesting an application form from GAT.
Children are then required to participate in workshops, auditions and interviews. Shortlisted applicants are required to participate in an interview and to submit school reports.
Music applicants: An applicant for the Selective Arts Program in Music must nominate one or two musical instruments that they currently play. As an applicant cannot be selected for piano/keyboard in the Selective Arts Program in Music, an applicant who only plays piano will be tested on the piano but will be expected to learn a second instrument once accepted into the program. An applicant who currently plays piano and a second instrument will be tested on the second instrument. Singing (voice) is an instrument and can be nominated. Piano students can enter through the percussion stream.
See under Gifted and Talented programs for further information.
Soccer Excellence Program
Entry to the Soccer Excellence Program is through selection trials, interviews and school reports, and is available for students from Years 7 to 11. Applications for the Soccer Excellence Program are directly to the college and begin in Term 1 of Year 6.
Trials for 2018 will begin in June 2017. Applications close May 30, 2017 for 2018 entry. Applications can be downloaded here. Soccer-Application-Form-2018 Email application to Helen.Dixon@education.wa.edu.au
All soccer students have equal access to the college’s Academic Excellence Program and the Class Music Program, which includes ensembles, bands and orchestras.
Families living in the local catchment areas of East Fremantle Primary School, Richmond Primary School and North Fremantle Primary School can enrol their children as local intake students. Local enrolment packs will be delivered to the primary schools in August. Local students must reside inside the catchment area. Proof of residence will be required on application.
All local students have equal access to the college’s Academic Excellence Program and the Class Music Program, which includes ensembles, bands and orchestras. Students enrolled as local do not have access to the Gifted and Talented or Specialist Programs. All local students must apply through the correct channels if they wish to be included in the above programs.
Are you living in the local catchment area? Download a zone map: Local Intake Area
call 9433 7200