Application for enrolment must be made on the official Application for Enrolment
form and be accompanied by the fee of $1000 that is not refundable.
Application does not entitle the student to admission to the School and the Head
of School reserves the right to determine final enrolment to the school.
Prior to initial admission payment of the annual registration or seat fee of $4000
will be required. For subsequent years of enrolment payment of the registration
will be due on or before the final day of Term 4 in the previous year. Non-payment
by the due date will result in a child’s space or seat in class being declared vacant
and a re-application fee of $1000 will then apply without any guarantee of a space
or seat being available.
Students are admitted to the School on the understanding that all fees at the published
scale will be paid in full at the commencement of each accounting period (term)
or within 14 days of receipt of the account. The Business Manager or accounts executive
is authorised by the School Board after consultation with the Head of School, to
take any steps deemed necessary to recover unpaid fees or accounts, including interest
and recovery costs. Unless special arrangements are made in extenuating circumstances,
the student in respect of whom fees are unpaid will not be allowed to continue attending
In all instances, ultimate responsibility for the payment of fees remains with the
parent and in signing the enrolment application form the parent guarantees to fulfil
all financial obligations in respect of their child(ren).
One full term notice (10 weeks) in writing is required if a student is to be withdrawn
from the school or withdrawn from the enrolment list. A full term fees are to be
paid in lieu of such notice.
The School reserves the right to discipline, suspend or expel any student who breaks
the school rules or who in the opinion of the Head of School, is guilty of behaviour
prejudicial to the welfare of the School. If in the opinion of the Head of School,
it is desirable in the interests of the school that a student’s enrolment should
not continue any longer, the Head of School may notify the parent or guardian to
that effect and debar the student from further attendance.
It is understood that before a student takes up a place, parents will be required
to sign an agreement with the School relating to Business regulations and disciplinary
In addition, as part of the School community, parents acknowledge their responsibility
to adhere to the constitution and in so doing support the decisions of the Head
of School and the School Board. Actions that are contrary to the best interest of
the School or performing a negligent, unlawful or wilful act that causes any detriment,
loss, damage or disrepute of the School will constitute grounds for the cancellation
The School reserves the right to alter from time to time, these enrolment procedures
and business regulations, including any amounts contained therein.
The revised documents will be those considered applicable for all students enrolled
at the time revision.