How to enrol

Catholic College Wodonga welcomes everyone.


As a family you face an important decision about schooling, individual growth, and subject variety. Thank you for your considering our College. To understand the Catholic education difference, please watch this video.


The opportunity to secure a round one transition meeting for 2024 took place during March.


Applications submitted from April onwards will be considered in line with policy, procedures and our school’s capacity to support each child. For 2024 candidates, round two transition meetings will take place in August/September.

Contact the Enrolment Team on 02 6043 5500 if you are seeking a 2023 position.




Applying for enrolment involves submitting two digital forms.

Read the Enrolment Guide by clicking here to understand what information is required (and when).




Complete Stage 1 (S1) of the Enrolment application via the link below.


Payment of an application fee is required.

  • $55 CEW schools   |   $110 other schools

If you are experiencing financial difficulty, please call the Enrolment Team.



A link to the Stage 2 (S2) Acceptance of Enrolment is issued by the College after your application is reviewed.





Please check you have the relevant documents ready as PDFs before commencing Stage 1 (S1) of the Application for Enrolment. 


Stage 1:

Application for Enrolment

Stage 2:

Acceptance of Enrolment

Student’s details

Parent/carer details (all parties)

Parent/carer details

Emergency contacts x2 (NOT a parent/carer)

Documents (if applicable) are required as PDF files.

Other formats (JPG, PNG, GIF) cannot be uploaded.

Birth certificate

Baptismal certificate

Court orders

Credit or debit card (application fee)

VISA (if applicable)

Current school reports x2

NDIS (if applicable)

Learning assistance reports (if applicable)

Specialist reports (if applicable)


Failure to submit any stage (and associated documentation) by the published deadline may impact on the College’s capacity to progress an enrolment, resulting in your application being placed in a late interview round – when less places are available. Submission of forms is NOT a guarantee of acceptance.





Key Dates


For the Enrolment Process timeline, please refer to page 21 of the Enrolment Guide.


2023     Student intake occurs at the beginning of each semester (Semester 2 commences 19 June 2023). Exceptions may apply depending on individual circumstances (i.e., family relocations) and will be determined by the enrolment panel.


2024     Applications submitted after the March deadline are likely to be placed in a later interview round and a Wait List may apply. Families accepted for Year 8-12 2024 actually start in 2023: participating in our Commencement Program (Dates TBA) when we begin the 2024 curriculum.




The annual Open Day was held in March. However you can see a Virtual View of our school.

Standard enrolment tours resume in Term 2. These tours take place 9.00 – 10:30 am Mondays (from Monday 1 May) and are subject to demand from May through to December. If you are interested in a tour, email



2024     If your child is eligible for bus allocation,  a state government application form will be emailed to you in Term 3.


For those not commencing at the beginning of a Calendar year, please see below for more information.

Conveyance Allowance


This is a form of financial assistance to help with the cost of transporting students to their nearest appropriate denominational school.


Eligibility criteria Eligibility is determined by the Victorian Government, not the College. Students attending a non-government school, i.e Catholic College, must:

  • attend the nearest Catholic school appropriate to their year level
  • live 4.8km or more by the shortest practicable route from the school

Families living near Beechworth, Rutherglen or Chiltern should check which is their closest school: our College or Galen in Wangaratta. Use ‘Bing maps’ as a reference. The final determination for qualification is made by the Victorian Government through its Student Conveyance Allowance System – SCAS.


Download Conveyance Allowance Form



Country Service


Service Areas (various bus lines). Allan Flats, Bandiana, Baranduda, Barnawartha, Bellbridge, Bethanga, Bonegilla, Castle Creek Road area, Chiltern, Ebden, Gundowring, Indigo Valley, Kergunyah, Kiewa, Killara, Osborne Flat, Talgarno, Tallangatta, Tangambalanga, Sandy Creek, Staghorn Flat and Yackandandah.


Download Country Bus Service Form



Families living in NSW


Families in NSW must lodge applications online via Transport NSW School Student Transfer Scheme:
Failure to organise may result in your child being excluded from bus travel.



All forms can be returned to the conveyance officer via email. If there is any questions about which form you require, contact or 02 6043 5500.



CEW stands for Catholic Education Wodonga. CEW represents St Augustine’s, St Francis of Assisi, St Monica’s and Catholic College Wodonga.

Alinta Apparel is the exclusive supplier to this CEW school community. All items, other than shoes and socks, must be purchased from Alinta Apparel. Visit the CEW website for more information.



2023    Students wear the PE uniform and must source the full uniform by the beginning of Term 3 (if commencing mid year).

2024 Year 7’s      Alinta Apparel will contact families to book a fitting in September until December.

2024 Year 8-12      Families to contact Alinta Apparel. Students may wear the PE uniform for Commencement Program, and source the full uniform by Term 3 (mid year intake).



Check here for the policy, procedure, priority criteria and framework.


These documents reference CES Ltd’s three stage enrolment process, introduced in 2022. Catholic College Wodonga is trialling a two-stage enrolment process on behalf of CES Ltd in 2023 and we ask you to take that into account when reading.


Check our Enrolment Guide and if you can’t find the answer there, contact or 02 6043 5500 or 02 6043 5534.