2021 New Students Information
Please read the following letter first.
The following information provided on this page has been emailed to all new parents at the end of 2020. If you have not received this information, could you please check your Junk/Spam folder to ensure this information is not sitting there. If you have still not received this information, could you please contact the College on (08) 9881 9700 to ensure that we have your correct email address on file and deliver this important information to you.
The following forms need to be read, filled in, and returned to the College by the due dates outlined in the New Students Information Letter that you have just read. This will assist us greatly to ensure that your child will be ready to commence the year without waiting for forms to be completed.
Fees and Allowances | Stationery and Supplies
2021 Abstudy Supplement Allowance (Closed for 2021)
2021 Secondary Assistance Scheme (Closed for 2021)
Statement of Boarding Conditions and Boarding Agreement (boarders only);
Medication Forms (those students on medication);
Narrogin Chemists’ account information (if interested);
Doctors Surgery Consent Form (only required for John Parry Medical Centre. Earl Street Surgery is an alternate doctor’s surgery but does not require a consent form);
One to One Computer Information and Agreement (new updated version);
Mobile Phone Policy; and/or
Various forms for students wishing to bring a horse onsite or ride horses recreationally. Students wishing to bring a horse onsite will need to inform the College by 27th January 2021.
Please click here for a Permission to Agist a Horse on Campus over a Closed Weekend or Holiday.
Information for parents to complete before arriving on Friday 29th January 2021:
Student update form (all students – will be sent separately in January 2021 with the invoice);
Australian Commonwealth Immunisation Register (ACIR) History Statement – You can obtain this form by telephoning Medicare 1800 653 809 or at www.humanservices.gov.au
Please be aware if your child is not immunised for measles, in the event of an outbreak they will need to be sent home for two weeks.
Other important information documents to be read:
The College Operating Procedures is a reference guide for parents, students and staff to describe how the college operates and the various expectations of each party. This includes information on school uniform which must be worn to meet Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) standards.
The Residential Operating Procedures provides information specifically for students who are boarding at the College and their families.
The College Drug Education Guidelines provides information on the programs and procedures the College has adopted to reduce the harm of drugs and alcohol across the College community.