Kellyville High School

LEARNING | EXCELLENCE | INTEGRITY

Telephone02 8824 5955

Emailkellyville-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Enrolment

Our school can help with enrolment queries throughout the year.

Kellyville High School Catchment Area

Local enrolment area

Most schools have designated local enrolment areas. The School Finder shows our local enrolment area. Note: local enrolment areas are subject to change.

How to enrol 

Contact us when you’re ready to enrol your child in our school. You may need to attend an interview with the principal. There you can discuss any medical conditions or other special circumstances before your child starts school. We may also complete a risk assessment on the enrolment.

Prior to enrolment, parents and caregivers need to ensure that they carefully read the school's policies and procedures, and the conditions therein, from the Information Booklet 2020 and fill out the Policy Agreement checklist accordingly.

 

For more information, visit high school enrolment.

Download an application to enrol (PDF 5.9MB).

The application form must be completed in English. However, a translated application to enrol may help you to fill out the form in English.

Download an application to enrol. 

The application form must be completed in English. However, a translated application to enrol may help you to fill out the form in English.

Non-local enrolments

As outlined in the department’s enrolment policy, our school may accept enrolments from outside our local enrolment area if places are available.

Download an application to enrol (PDF 579KB).

Kellyville High School Enrolment Criteria

Criteria for the enrolment of non-local students should be developed by the principal after consultation with the school community. The principal may establish a panel consistent with section 9.4.3 of the department's enrolment policy to determine and prioritise the criteria. 

Criteria for non-local enrolment applications must be documented and cannot be unlawfully discriminatory. Criteria may include: 

  • Proximity and access to the school
  • Safety and supervision of the student before and after school
  • Availability of subjects or combinations of subjects
  • Compassionate circumstances
  • Structure and organisation of the school

Only specialist schools, for example sports or performing arts high schools, may include student ability, performance or achievement in the school's specialisation within the criteria for non-local enrolment. 

It should be made clear what priority is given to each of the criteria. 

The criteria should be made available to the school community and parents who are interested in enrolling their children. Schools ensure that information about selection criteria, the choice of courses or programs available is accessible in a way that enables the student and parents to make informed choices.

Temporary visas and international students

For information about eligibility and forms to complete, visit the Temporary Residents Program.

Distance education

Distance education is an equity program for students who are geographically isolated or whose individual circumstances prevent them from regularly attending school. Students must meet one of the conditions in the Distance Education Enrolment Procedures to be eligible to access this program as a full-time student.

Distance education schools also provide single subjects for students in Years 9 to 12 to enhance curriculum choice. Please contact us for details.

For more information about educational opportunities in rural areas, visit Rural and distance education.