Enrolment Policy

Seton College has a process for the consideration of enrolment applications and order of preference given for the enrolment of students to the College. 

Our College values of unity, respect, service of others and integrity guide this policy.

The enrolment procedure follows the guidelines set down by Brisbane Catholic Education.   

Enrolments will be considered on a case by case basis and preference will be given in the following order: 
1. Siblings of students currently enrolled​ 
2. Children who are Baptised Catholics living in the Parish 
3. Children who are Baptised Catholics living outside the Parish 
4. Children who are Baptised in another Christian faith 
5. Children who are not Baptised but are supportive of the Catholic values of our College 

While applications for enrolment are welcomed from students with a range of abilities, the College seeks to maintain a balance of abilities at each year level. 

Enrolments of students with particular needs will follow the Guidelines for the Support of Students with Diverse and Exceptional Needs.

Each application will be considered on its merits. All relevant information must be fully and accurately disclosed for consideration in determining the enrolment. Failure to do so may result in the cancellation of the enrolment process. 

The Principal and staff of the College need to be satisfied that the student will benefit from the existing curriculum, staffing and facilities. 

All applicants will receive written advice on the outcome of their enrolment application. 

​The final decision of an offer of enrolment rests with the Principal.