Application – Enrolment

Students are accepted for all levels from year 1 to year 8.

The Principal encourages all parents of prospective students to come and meet with her as this enables the school to gain a good knowledge of how we are best able to meet the needs of your child.

For more information about the criteria and enrolment form please refer to the Enrolment Pack that can be found under News and Information – School Related Documents on this website. Any further enquiries regarding selection process please contact the school office at the time.

Applications are first presented as a pre-enrolment application. This has been put in place so as not to disadvantage others wanting a place for their child at Stella Maris.

When enrolling your child please ensure you bring a copy of Baptismal Certificate, Birth Certificate, proof of residency and Immunisation Certificate to the meeting. It is helpful at this time to identify any health, social, learning, or other issues your child might have.

You will be notified in writing once your child’s enrolment has been confirmed. At this time the office will also provide you with the information you need to ensure an easy and anxiety free start at Stella Maris.

Applicants to Stella Maris require documentation to indicate they fulfil the requirements of the Bishop and the Catholic Schools Office. This is discussed at the initial interview and can also be found within the Enrolment Pack (Refer to the Preference of Enrolment Form and the adjoining letter from Father Mike Tria, Parish Priest HBC).

It is recommended that all siblings be enrolled as early as possible in order that places are kept for them.

On enrolment, parents are asked to sign that they agree to support the Special Character of the school and that they will uphold and support the policies adopted by the Board of Trustees.

Children at Stella Maris have the good name of the school in their keeping at all times and it is expected that they set and maintain a high standard of behaviour both inside and outside of the school, always acting in the Spirit of Stella Maris.