Vermont Secondary College’s 2017 Open Evening will be on Thursday 4 May 2017, commencing with a Year 7 information session at 6:00pm.
2017 College tours for parents and students will commence in Term 1 and conclude in mid Term 2 (dates will be listed on tours flyer and website); they will be conducted by the college assistant principals from 9:15am–10:30am. Parents and students wishing to attend a tour can book online through our school website under 'Enrolment'. Information packs will be distributed during the tours.
The Department of Education and Training (DET) has adjusted the Vermont Secondary College neighbourhood in line with a state-wide review that has standardised all processes and documents across all DET regions.
It is important to note that some homes that were previously in the Vermont Secondary College neighbourhood now fall outside it, and vice versa.
This map shows the revised Vermont Secondary College neighbourhood, correct at the time of publishing.
Families, especially those living close to or on the boundary, should contact the college Registrar, Ms Sherryn Davies, to verify their 'in neighbourhood' status, as the neighbourhood boundary line dissects many streets and properties.
Please note that Vermont Secondary College has an enrolment restriction due to site capacity issues.
Year 6 to Year 7 Enrolment
All applications for Year 7 enrolment at a government secondary school are subject to the following principles:
If Vermont Secondary College is your designated neighbourhood school, we ask you to forward directly to the college the following documents:
Parents/guardians have the right to apply to any other school which is not their designated neighbourhood government school. If uncertain, families should seek clarification regarding their neighbourhood status from the college or their child's primary school.
All requests from parents living outside the specific designated neighbourhood zone will be considered by the principal at each government secondary school. It must be noted however, that all placements are subject to the availability of accommodation at a particular school.
Where there is insufficient accommodation at a school for all students who seek entry, students are enrolled in the following priority order:
There are many things to consider ensuring the school is the best fit for your child's learning and development, such as location, enrolment availability, curriculum focus, facilities and extra curricula activities. When considering which school would be more likely to suit your child's educational needs, you may also wish to discuss the matter with your child's Year 6 teacher or primary school principal who will be able to provide personalised and customised advice. You should also take the time to visit secondary school open days, participate in school tours and attend information nights.
Should you have any questions please contact our College Registrar, Ms Sherryn Davies on 9873-1077 or email@example.com
The DET/NEVR Year 6 to Year 7 'Application for Year 7 Placement' form is to be returned to your child's primary school.
Demand for entry to Vermont Secondary College at these levels is high. Places are offered at the college to those students outside our school neighbourhood area only if there are vacancies. The number of vacancies varies significantly from year level to year level. Applicants will need to complete an Enrolment Enquiry Proforma. All enquiries should be directed to the Registrar, Mrs Sherryn Davies on 9873 1077 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please refer to our school website for information regarding our LEEP program. Enquiries regarding ‘LEEP’ should be directed to the Assistant Principal, Ms Suzanne Plant on 9873-1077 or email@example.com