We are delighted that you are considering becoming part of
the Holy Cross College community. We are happy to accept enrolment applications
at any time for all year levels; however, our major intake years are
Kindergarten and Year Seven. Enrolment interviews for Kindergarten take place
in the year prior to the student starting school. If the student is entering
Pre-kindergarten, the Kindergarten interview may take place at the same time;
however, acceptance into Pre-kindergarten does not guarantee a place in Kindergarten.
Once a student is enrolled in Kindergarten, they will begin their journey
through Junior, Middle and Senior Schools. Enrolment interviews for places
in Year Seven take place when the students are in Year Five.
Find out More
- If you have any queries about the enrolment process, please contact the Enrolment Officer on +61 892 977 600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- The College regularly runs student led College tours. Please contact the College Office for details.
- See below for information about College fees and scholarships/bursaries.
Applications for enrolment must be submitted to the College Enrolment Officer. The following must be returned for the application to progress:
- Fully Completed Expression of Interest Form including parent (s) signatures in two areas.
- Birth Certificate
- Data Collection Form
- Parish Priest Reference Form (if applicable)
- Passport and or Visa (if born outside of Australia)
- Baptism Certificate (if applicable)
Brother Pat Kelly Middle School Academic Scholarship
The Brother Pat Kelly Middle School Academic Scholarship is
awarded to a student commencing Year Seven at the College.
This award is presented in honour of the memory of Brother
Pat Kelly C.F.C. who advocated Catholic Education in Western Australia throughout
his life, particularly in the spirit of Edmund Rice. Brother Pat was a role
model and mentor in the formative years of Holy Cross College and served on the
College Board for four years. Applicants are required to sit a scholarship test,
which assesses their skills in analysis, comprehension, interpretation and
further the College’s commitment to our Aboriginal heritage the College Board
has made provision for the Yandi Bursary to support the aspirations of
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who seek a Catholic education
where each student is challenged to achieve their personal best. The Bursary
aims to recognise academic excellence, sound citizenship, strong leadership and
a commitment to schooling. With a Catholic education at Holy Cross College, the
College Board hopes to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
with a springboard into a rewarding and successful career along with a solid
foundation for making positive life choices.
Each year applications are invited from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who have a passion for learning and life, and who aspire to make a difference within their local community, as well as the wider Australian community.
Outside School Hours Care
We are proud to partner with Camp Australia to provide our outside school hours care program.
To find out more about the program at our school, including hours of operation, fees and how to register please
Wednesday 18 September is the next College Tour. Please contact the College Office to book to attend.
Telephone: 08 9297 7600
We welcome prospective families to come for a student-led tour of the College. Tours include a welcome from the Principal or member of the Senior Leadership, a student-guided comprehensive tour of our amazing facilities, and finish with time to speak to College representatives to answer questions, give out the College prospectus and receive enrolment papers. Open Day is the major interactive tour day held in March each year. Following that, a tour day is held one day per term. The next College Tour is Wednesday 18 September. To attend our next Open Day or College tour, please contact the College Office to place a booking for your family.