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Enrolling Your Child
Students Inside the Local Intake Area
In the majority of instances enrolling your child is done through the primary school your child is currently attending within the district. Enrolment information is distributed to primary schools in Term 1 of each year. Parents are required to complete an application form and send it to Melville SHS for processing.
Parents wishing to enrol students after the school term/year has commenced need to fill out an application for enrollment and then make an appointment with the school to discuss their circumstances. If students do not live within the local intake area, please ring first, as the school currntly has no vacancies in any year group.
New students intending to enrol in 2016 should have the paperwork completed by 4 July. Ring reception to have an enrolment form sent in the mail on 9330 0300 or drop into reception to fill out the paperwork. You will also need:
- Birth Certificate
- Latest school report
- Proof of address
- Immunistation papers
- Immigration papers and details if not a permanent resident
Students Outside the Local Intake Area
Students that live outside the local intake area are welcome to fill out an enrolment application. Entry will be gained if there is a vacancy once local area students have enroled. Gifted and Talented, Approved Specialist Program students and Intensive English students do not have to live in the area.
An interactive Map of the area is HERE
Approved Specialist Programs
Students can attend Meville Senior High School from outside the local intake area if they are accepted into Gifted and Talented or Specialist Programs. See Specialist Program options on the home page and download a copy of the school prospectus or alternatively contact the school for further assistance.
If your child is moving to high school in Year 7 more information is available HERE.
Prepare your child for High School HERE
Contributions and Charges HERE
Years 7 to 10
These funds relate to monies requested from parents towards the cost of materials, services and facilities used by the students in the educational program. Based on choice of subjects, the voluntary contribution will not exceed $235.00.
These monies are compulsory. They relate to optional activities chosen by the student or parent that include high cost components: Participation in these components is voluntary, but a charge is payable if the student opts to participate.
Years 11 and 12
Compulsory Charges apply to all courses in Years 11 and 12
Education program Allowance
The WA Department of Education provides an allowance to assist eligible families with secondary schooling costs. Parents/Guardians who hold one of the following cards are eligible to apply for this assistance:
• Centrelink Family Health Care Card
• Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card
• Veteran’s Affairs Pensioner Concession Card
Application forms are only available from Melville SHS and the school recommends that applications be completed as soon as possible. Schools must submit completed and witnessed applications forms to the Schools Resourcing Branch in Central Office.
Application Deadline – The last day of Term 1