Students interested in enrolling must be Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents of Australia. Citizens of New Zealand are eligible for selective high school entry. All successful applicants will be required to show original documentation such as certificates of evidence or Australian Citizenship, birth certificates or visas before enrolments can be finalised.
Offers or enrolments will be terminated if placement is made using false or misleading information.
Entry into Year 7 is managed through the NSW Government Education and Communities – High Performing Students Unit. Applications open in October of each year (when the applicant is in Year 5). Applications for 2021 will open mid October. A state wide selective schools test is conducted in March of the following year. Selection committees assist in determining the students who are to be offered places and those to be placed on reserve lists. More information for Year 7 enrolment is available at
Year 8 – 11
Applications for 2020 are now closed
Entry is limited with vacancies occurring only when a current student leaves the school. Applications are reviewed and a short list of the top twenty applications are established. When a place becomes available, candidates on the short list will be interviewed and a place offered.
Applicants are shortlisted on Mathematics and English test results. Applications of candidates with the highest test results are reviewed. Selected applicants are interviewed and places are offered based on subject availability.