At Varsity College we pride ourselves in enrolling 'the whole family' into our community. When you commit your child to our college, you are entrusting them to the very best educators, facilities, and extra-curricular opportunities.
Varsity College is underpinned by four pillars – academic, cultural, sporting and community. Families can expect that their child will be developed in each of these domains and inevitably discover their passion, grow as an individual and develop technically in their chosen area of interest. Additionally, we expect you and your child to support our school rules: be responsible, be respectful and be a learner. In partnering together, it is our goal for each child to be happy and find their passion in life.
There are three ways in which a child can enrol into Varsity College:
Reside within the catchment area
Varsity College is a prep to year 12 college consisting of two campuses (Primary and Secondary). Each campus has a unique and separate
For families whose siblings qualify for enrolment on one campus but not the other, please refer to “Sibling enrolment” below.
Reside outside the catchment area
Students can apply to Varsity College through a merit selection process into our
ASPIRE excellence programs or our
Students with siblings actively enrolled at Varsity College will be considered for enrolment, pending available places (note, this does not apply if the current enrolled sibling qualified for enrolment through entry into one or more of the ASPIRE excellence programs).
Decisions on Enrolment
The Principal is responsible for all decisions on enrolments.
Applicants may respond to the Principal's preliminary view by making a submission to the Principal, no later than seven school days after receiving the preliminary view letter.
Where the Executive Principal forms a preliminary view that an application will not succeed, applicants will be notified in writing.
If no submission is received, the Principal's preliminary view will be treated as the final decision and no further notice will be provided.
If a submission is received, the Principal will consider the submission and make a final decision. A final decision notice will be provided to the applicant as soon as is practicable.
There is no internal review of the Principal's decision.