For students enrolling in Years 7 – 12 a family and student interview with the relevant Associate Principal will be organised. Families can apply to enrol their children in school at any time.

For your convenience we have outlined below, the step by step procedure to enrol your child at Gilmore College.

Step 1 – Complete the Enrolment Application form and  Student health care summary.

Please click on the links below for an editable PDF application for enrolment form and student health care summary.

Application for Enrolment Form_Secondary

Form 1 Student health care summary

Step 2 – Provide supporting documentation:

  1. Birth Certificate or extract or other identity documents
  2. Copies of Family Court or any other court orders (if applicable)
  3. Proof of address (copy of utility bill, rates, rental agreement stating your CURRENT address)
  4. Previous school reports
  5. Information relating to health or medical condition, disability or additional needs (if applicable)
  6. If your child is not a permanent resident of Australia, you must provide evidence of current visa subclass and previous visa subclass (if applicable, such as if current visa is a bridging visa)

(if applicable)
Passport
Visa / citizenship papers
Latest School Report / Naplan (for entering years 9-12)

All appropriate documents must be provided before acceptance into Gilmore College.

Click the link for Statutory Declaration http://www.courts.dotag.wa.gov.au/_files/Stat_dec.pdf

Step 3 –Submit your completed forms

Once you have completed the above forms, these can be returned together with the support documentation, to the Administration office at Gilmore College, either in person, by post, or email gilmore.college@education.wa.edu.au

Gilmore College
Dargin Place
ORELIA WA 6167
T: 6595 2700

Step 4 – Student – Family interview

Once we have received all the above information, you will be contacted to arrange an interview with an Associate Principal.

 

Year 6 students enrolling in Year 7, an information package will be distributed to the local intake schools at Bertram PS, Calista PS, Leda PS, Medina PS, North Parmelia, Orelia PS and Wellard PS during Term 2.

All children from Pre-primary to Year 12 are guaranteed a place at their local public school.

Don’t let your children miss out, contact us to apply.

Local Intake Area

The following defines the local-intake area of this school:

From a point on the western extension of Hope Valley Road on the Indian Ocean coastline, east along this extension and Hope Valley Road (south side included) to Rockingham Road, north along Rockingham Road (east side included) to the local government boundary between the City of Cockburn and the Town of Kwinana, east along this local government boundary to Mandogalup Road, south along Mandogalup Road (west side included) to a point due north of the junction between Anketell Road and Clementi Road, south to this road junction, east along Anketell Road (south side included) to Thomas Road, south west along Thomas Road (west side included) to King Road, south along King Road (west side included) to Mundijong Road, west along Mundijong Road (north side included) to Duckpond Road, north west along Duckpond Road (east side included) to the local government boundary between Town of Kwinana and City of Rockingham, north west and west along this local government boundary to the Mandurah Road, north west along Mandurah Road (north east side included) to Gilmore Avenue, north east along Gilmore Avenue (south side included) to the local government boundary between the Town of Kwinana and the City of Rockingham, north, west and north along this local government boundary to Wellard Road, west along the local government boundary to the coastline of the Indian Ocean and north along the coastline to the western extension of Hope Valley Road.

INTAKE_MAP

Out of local intake area Applications

Gilmore College is a gazetted Local Intake Area School; and can only guarantee places to students who reside within its Local Intake Area.

Enrollment Criteria