Enrolment Information

Cheltenham Secondary College is an open and inclusive school that welcomes contact from the community with regards to potential enrolments. Whilst we have a zone of our own, we also have a shared zone with Sandringham Secondary College and Parkdale Secondary College. It’s important to note though that nearly 60% of our students come from outside of our exclusive zone, that is from the shared zone and beyond.

We have a number of feeder primary schools that we work with to ensure students make an effective transition to our College, they are:

  • Cheltenham East Primary School
  • Cheltenham Primary School
  • Southmoor Primary School
  • Kingston Heath Primary School
  • Dingley Primary School
  • Le Page Primary School
  • Kingswood Primary School
We are currently accepting out of zone enrolments.

Cheltenham Secondary has traditionally been subject to a geographical zone whereby some parents may have assumed their child did not meet eligibility to attend. For families seeking to do this it is necessary for the College to undertake enrolment procedures based upon Department of Education and Training policy and guidelines.

If you wish to have a tour of the college please call reception on +613 9555 5955. Tours are normally held at around 9:30am and take approximately an hour.

Please note: parents who live within the Cheltenham Secondary College zone do not need to complete this form, nor do parents who already have a child attending the college.


Documents    
Zone Map for Cheltenham Secondary PDF Document Download
Out of Zone Application Form PDF Document Download

Enhancement and Enrichment Program

Cheltenham Secondary College caters for high achieving students through our successful Enrichment and Enhancement Program. Students are accelerated in Maths and offered challenges and enrichment appropriate for their abilities across their other subjects. In English and Science, studies are enriched in both the breadth and depth of their studies. They will encounter problems and challenges designed to extend their thinking, develop their resilience and initiative, and involve them in research projects requiring skills and knowledge beyond the normal Year 7 Curriculum. The program is designed to encourage students to strive for excellence and extend their learning beyond the normal Year 7 program.

The program is designed to encourage students to strive for excellence and extend their learning beyond the normal Year 7 program.

Further enquiries about this program can be made to Ms Helen Page (Assistant Principal) or Mr Gavin Ferrier at the College. Applications and payments for this program for 2018 have closed. Information for 2019 will be available early next year.


Documents    
Enhancement Application Form PDF Document Download

Year 7 Scholarships

Applications for 2018 have now closed.

2019 applications will be available early next year.

Applicants must be academically sound and of excellent all-round potential. They must be able to demonstrate the capacity to benefit from and contribute to the life of the college.

Scholarships will be tenable over Years 7 and 8 to the value of $1,200. They will take the form of a credit note to be used for expenses for Curriculum Materials and Services Charges, the Year 7 camp, musical instrumental tuition and hire of instruments, and books ($600 will be available for Year 7 expenses with $600 being available for Year 8 expenses). The continuation of the scholarship into Year 8 will depend upon a successful review at the end of Year 7. This review will be conducted by the Principal. Scholarships may be terminated by the Principal if the recipient’s conduct or progress are not satisfactory. Scholarship holders demonstrating successful progress will receive the credit note for the $600 for Year 8.


Scholarships

  1. Two Academic Scholarships
  2. Two College All-Rounder Scholarships
  3. Sports Achievement Scholarships
  4. Music Scholarship
The Principal may, at his discretion, decide not to award a scholarship if a satisfactory standard is not achieved.


Assessment will be based upon

  • Interview
  • The last two school reports
  • Specific individual criteria (dependent upon the type of scholarship) as addressed in the application and at interview.


Short listing will be based upon the application. Receipt of applications will be acknowledged by mail.