2025 Year 7 Enrolment Process
The Department of Education and Training (DET) provides information to support families transitioning from Grade 6 to Year 7. Important information for parents/carers is available on the DET website.
The 2025 Year 7 Enrolment process at Sandringham College follows the DET timeline.
2025 YEAR 7
2025 Year 7 Placement Application Form
Government Primary schools distribute the 2025 Year 6 to 7 Transition Information Pack to parents/carers during the first week in Term Two 2024.
All parents are required to complete the Application for Year 7 placement 2025 form included in the Transition pack.
Note: If your child is enrolled in a non-Government Victorian Primary School please complete the Application for Year 7 placement 2025 form (for students in Catholic, Independent and Home Schooling) by Friday 10th May 2024.
First Week Term Two 2024
Submit completed 2025 Year 7 Placement Application Form
Parents are required to submit the 2025 Year 7 Placement Application Form to their child’s Primary School by Friday 10th May 2024.
Friday 10th May 2024
Enrolment Offers issued to parents of 2025 Year 7 Students
Parents of students being offered enrolment for 2025 Year 7 will receive an emailed “Letter of Offer” on Thursday 18th July 2024.
Application information for the SEAL Program, Dance Academy, Sports Academy, Music Scholarships and Art Academy are available on our website.
(NOTE – Only students who have been offered enrolment at Sandringham College are eligible to apply for our Academies programs)
Thursday 18th July 2024
Acceptance of offer for 2025 Year 7 Students
Parents are requested to accept or decline the offer by Wednesday 31st July 2024 by completing the Compass online enrolment form included in the “Letter of Offer” email.
Parents will also submit 2025 Year 7 Language preferences (French or Chinese Mandarin) online by this date.
Wednesday 31st July 2024
Sandringham College Enrolment Registrar Contact Details
Kerry Haley is the Enrolment Registrar at Sandringham College
Contact Number: 8599 0531
Please contact the Enrolment Registrar if you have any questions about the enrolment process at Sandringham College.
The Department’s Placement Policy embeds the legal entitlement for students to enrol at their designated neighbourhood school, and to enrol at another school if there is sufficient accommodation.
The Placement Policy applies to the placement of students at all year levels, from Prep to Year 12.
Eligible children and young persons have the right to be admitted to their designated neighbourhood government school, regardless of capacity.
A student’s designated neighbourhood school is generally the school that is nearest the student’s permanent address as determined by the school zone. The Find My School website provides guidance on which school zone a student’s permanent residence is located within.
Sandringham College’s designated neighbourhood zone can be accessed on the Find My School website
Sandringham College will accept “Out of Zone” enrolment applications if vacancies are available in the year level of enrolment.
The Select Entry Academic Learning (SEAL) program addresses the needs of those students who are of high intellectual potential and display a range of exceptional abilities across their studies.
In accordance with the DET Enrolment policy only students wishing to apply for this program must have been offered enrolment in 2025.
Visit our Publications page for full requirements, subject descriptions and further details.
Visit our Events page for details about application and exam dates.
Enrolment Process for students in all other Year levels
Entry into Years 8 – 12 is by application. If you are considering enrolment at any time of year please complete the online enrolment form and include two recent school reports and a birth certificate or passport.
Eligible students will be invited to an enrolment meeting with the Campus Principal.
Please refer to our Curriculum Guides to assist with options for subject selections and pathways at Sandringham College
International Student Enrolment
International Student applications must be submitted to the Department of Education and Training CRICOS Provider Code 00861K. Applications will be considered for students with an academic average of 80%+. Students applying for direct entry into VCE require a minimum IELTS score of 6+.
For more information visit the Victorian Government Schools International Student Program website.