Marist Catholic College North Shore is now enrolling girls for 2021. The College provides a diversity of experiences, which promote a positive, wholesome environment where students are encouraged to grow and develop socially, academically and spiritually.
The Marist family spirit remains at the core of the education offered to the students, for the College has inherited the traditions of Marist Education.
Marist Catholic College North Shore provides an education, which is based on the dignity and equality of each person irrespective of natural ability. The College is non-selective and non-elitist in keeping with current educational pedagogy. Marist Catholic College North Shore values and promotes hard work and solid learning in all its students. The focus is on the individual student so that he may respond to the community as a mature and self-motivated member.
In seeking enrolment for your child at Marist Catholic College North Shore, you are seeking a Catholic Marist education.
Year 7 Enrolment
Applications have now closed for Year 7, 2021, please contact the school registrar on 9957 5000 for further information. Late applications will be accepted for our waiting list.
Once all documentation and fees are received, we will contact you to arrange an Enrolment Interview. Interviews are usually held in May on an Enrolment Interview Day. At this day, the Principal or another senior member of staff will interview Parents and their child.
At the conclusion of interviews, all applications are reviewed. The criteria outlined in the College’s Enrolment Policy are used to determine which students are offered confirmed places and which students are placed on the official waiting list. Parents are notified within three months of the official Enrolment Interview Day.
Prior to your child starting at Marist Catholic College North Shore in Year 7, there are several key events that are all held to facilitate a smooth transition into Marist Catholic College North Shore:
- Information Evening for Parents and Students
- Uniform Fitting Day
- Orientation Day at the College (Students only)
These events are conducted in Term 4 prior to your child commencing at Marist Catholic College North Shore
Years 8 – 12 Enrolment
For many reasons parents seek to change their school enrolment for their child during their secondary education. Some of these are for commencement at the start of the school year, others for a start during the school year. In all cases the process is the same. All enrolments are subject to the availability of places. It is possible that no vacancies will be available for a particular Year Group.
If a place is available or likely to become available in the near future an Enrolment Interview is arranged with the Principal or another suitable member of staff. Following the interview, the Principal will decide whether the student is suited to the College. If so, a place will be offered. All enrolments are at the Principal’s discretion.
To accept and finalise the enrolment parents/guardians must sign and return the Confirmation of Enrolment Form and other applicable documentation.