The College follows the Archdiocesan Enrolment Policy. The policy has been developed in the context of government and system requirements. Children from all families who are prepared to support Catholic ideals and principles may be considered eligible for enrolment. Priority for enrolment is given in a specified order as outlined in the full policy document, however special consideration may be given to individual cases. All parents are provided with an enrolment package that includes CEO and school policy statements. Enrolment fees are made up of the Archdiocesan tuition fee, the parish school levy and local fees and charges. A pastoral approach is adopted for parents experiencing genuine difficulty with the payment of fees.
The traditional points of entry for students at LaSalle Catholic College are: Year 7 and Year 11.
Enrolments are accepted at other year levels if vacancies exist. Priority in enrolment into Year 7 is given to those students attending the regional "feeder" Catholic Primary Schools. The five primary schools are St Felix de Valois, Bankstown; St Brendan's, Central Bankstown; St John Vianney, Greenacre; Christ the King, Bass Hill and St Mary's, Georges Hall.
When should I enrol my son?
It is advisable to enrol your child as early as possible in the year before he commences. May is the traditional “Enrolment period" for Catholic Systemic Schools. Please note that enrolment applications are only valid when accompanied by:
- A copy of the birth certificate;
- A copy of most recent school report;
- For parents born overseas a certified copy of citizenship, qualifying VISA or passport;
- A copy of Year 5 NAPLAN Results;
- For students with Special Educational Needs, a copy of any supporting documentation;
- Application fee ($100.00).
Student Information and Orientation Days
Parent Information evenings for enrolled students are held during the year in Terms 2 and 3. To ensure a smooth transition to the College, new students are assisted by way of Orientation Days which are held in Term 4.