How to Apply
Below is the link where you can complete an online Application for Enrolment.
Once you have clicked on the link, you can enter and review the required details and submit the form, for your application to be lodged. Once you start the application, you have up to 30 days to return to the form and submit it, before it expires from the system.
If applying to enrol more than one student, an option will be available to submit another application for each individual student when the form is completed.
The school’s Enrolments Officer will contact you once the application has been submitted.
Should you have any difficulty completing the online Application for Enrolment, please contact the Enrolments Officer on (07) 4063 5300 or email email@example.com for assistance.
Application for Enrolment forms are also available as printed documents from the school office or may be emailed upon request.
It is an expectation that parents seeking to enroll their young people at Good Counsel College will give their full support to the College’s Vision and Guiding Principles. While many of our students are Catholic, all young people are welcome.
Enrolment is not determined on the grounds of race, cultural background, faith, gender, intellectual or physical ability. However, the College will be discerning about the family and young person showing a genuine desire to be part of our learning community, follow our ethos and meet our expectations in relation to learning, behaviour, participation and cooperation.
The enrolment process involves the successful completion of the following steps:
|Step 1||Complete the Online Application and submit the Enrolment Documents, which include:
|Step 2||The College responds
|Step 3||An Interview is arranged
|Step 4||Accepting a Place
Please note that all documentation and the application fee must be included before the application can proceed.
Year 7 Transition
Our Transition Program operates for Year 6 students entering into Year 7 and includes a number of activities in the second half of the year including time at the College. Students are given the opportunity to experience high school through participation in a series of ‘mini’ lessons and are given the chance to mix with older students and find out how the school functions.
Parents and guardians who are the primary educators of their children are most welcome to attend Transition Days in the lead up to the commencement of Year 7 and will be given the opportunity to meet informally at morning tea with available staff and other parents. There are also orientation and familiarisation times for other year levels.
For any further information, contact the Admissions Officer on 4063 5300.
The program includes in Year 7 our Peer Support Program and Year 7 Orientation Camp.