Discover & Enrol

Thank you for considering our College. We are confident we offer the best mix of opportunities for your child locally. Joining our community is a four-phase process outlined in our enrolment handbook, and summarised below.

Our major enrolment period occurs between late April and late July, when applications are received, interviews conducted and places offered.

We have experienced extremely high demand across all year levels for 2021 places.  If, after July, you are interested in a position for 2021, please return and enrolment agreement and subject selections as quickly as possible.

If you are an Australian Defence Force family, visit here for more information about the support we offer you.

1 Research2 Enrolling3 Accepting & securing a place4 Familiarisation

1. Research

Our handbook is the first place to start!

Download here, or as part of the complete enrolment pack further below.

Take a tour

We usually run these most Thursdays in terms two to four, from 9 – 10.45am. However, these have been cancelled due to COVID-19 response guidelines until further notice.

For detail on our fees, programs and approach to education, including Wellbeing and Diverse Learning, explore our website further.

2. Enrolling

A. Download an enrolment pack

Each pack contains multiple documents. It downloads as an ‘’ file.

Which year level is relevant to your family?

The Victorian education system is different to other states; year levels may not be equivalent and VCE is conducted over two years.

B. Download subject documents

At particular times of the year, applicants are to provide subject preferences when applying. Subject availability depends on date of enrolment, existing student choices, and electives class sizes. Subject selections are not required for 2022 applications received in April – July 2021.

2021 Middle Years Guide

  • Read the Arts and Technology options
  • Make a list of 8 preferred subjects and return with the enrolment agreement.
  • A language is chosen at interview.

2021 Pathways Guide

Due to the number of enrolments in 2020, please contact the College if you have subject questions for this year.

  • Read the Guide
  • Make a list of 10 preferred subjects and return with the enrolment agreement.
  • Contact the College to access supplementary subject forms (i.e early advancement, Youth Ministry, VCAL)

2021 VCAL | VCE Guide

  • As above
  • Visit our Careers website. Read stories from past students and their pathways to further study, traineeships and apprenticeships.

Y9-12 in 2021 Y9-12 in 2021 Subject Application Forms

 C. Return an enrolment agreement, subject selections and documentation
  • In person to 1 Bowman Court, Wodonga, Victoria 3690
  • Emailed to
  • Posted to PO Box 591, Wodonga, Victoria 3689
Returning an application is not a guarantee of acceptance, and incomplete forms shall be returned. Please read our policiesWe will assume you have read and understood these policies prior to submitting an application.
D. Pay an application fee

Agreements will only be processed upon receipt of an application fee.

The non-refundable fee is payable at the time of lodgement. It is $50 for children from St Francis of Assisi, St Monica’s and St Augustine’s Primary School, or $100 for children from other schools. If emailing or posting an Agreement, please include your remittance advice as evidence of payment of the application fee. If you are lodging at Reception, EFTPOS facilities are available.

If you are experiencing financial hardship, please contact the Finance Team on Alternatively, ring Kim Bird on 6043 5566, or Tony Holt on 6043 5513.

  • Account Name: Catholic College Wodonga
  • Branch No: 083 543
  • Account No: 4576 296 34
  • Reference: Surname
E. Attend an interview

This can be a Zoom or phone interview.

Prior to interview, we require mid and end-of-year reports for interstate applications to help determine the most suitable year level for entry.

3. Accepting a place

A. Accept promptly

Places are offered at interview, or electronically. Offers are at the discretion of the Principal. If the need arises, he may establish a waiting list with priority order.

B. Communicate, engage, interact

The moment you accept a place, we begin a partnership with your family to maximise your child’s potential. From mid Term 3 into Term 1, we are in regular contact with you about the transition. Our main form of communication with you is via email. Parents are provide a login to our online management system PAM. Together, we commit to communicate, engage and interact.

C. Complete and return transition forms

Our admissions officer Leslie Gaskin and our accountant Kim Bird will email documents and online forms to families for completion. For a smooth transition, these are to be returned in the timeframes requested.

D. Attend transition events
E. Organise uniforms and transport


F. Organise textbooks and resources

New items can be purchased online through Campion Education.  Second hand items can be purchased (and sold) through the Sustainable School Shop.

4. Familiarisation

Who to talk to

Our handbook outlines explains why your Learning Mentor (LM) is your first point of contact. Before starting school, your LM will contact you and introduce themselves.

A parent from the year level your child is joining will also be in contact to support new families.

Term dates, transition events
School map
A typical day looks like this…
Start Finish Minutes Comments
8.55am 9.03am 8 Learning Mentor administration. Compulsory for all students.
9.07am 10.19am 72 Lesson 1
10.19am 10.39am 20 Recess
10.43am 11.55am 72 Lesson 2
11.59am 1.11pm 72 Lesson 3
1.11pm 1.59pm 48 Lunch
2.03pm 3.15pm 72 Lesson 4




Communications & Development  Jodie Kensington  |  02 6043 5534

Admissions Officer  Leslie Gaskin  |  02 6043 5500