The Catholic Education Office is proud of the quality of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese. Our Catholic schools continually strive to be inclusive places and have an education model that promotes a partnership between individuals, communities and governments based on the principles of equity, needs, access, social justice and religious freedom. Our schools strive for strong partnerships with the Parishes they serve. Catholic System schools and Catholic Preschools are open to all who are willing to support the philosophy, values and aims of Catholic schooling.
The Archdiocesan Catholic school system has a particular responsibility to welcome, accept and support those who are poor, marginalised and in most need. No child is to be denied Catholic schooling simply because of an inability (as opposed to an unwillingness) of a parent/guardian, to meet financial requirements.
Please contact the school Principal or Bursar if you have concerns about your ability to pay fees.
ACT Catholic Primary System schools have designated priority enrolment areas, please refer to the Priority Enrolment Areas Document. Preschools are regionally based and serve a number of schools in their local area. ACT Secondary schools do not have priority enrolment areas.
Students residing in NSW are generally expected to attend their nearest local Catholic school, although there are no priority enrolment areas defined. Some special conditions exist for NSW schools and these can be found within the CECG Enrolment Policy.
Details of priority enrolment areas can be found in the CECG website. We aim to provide the choice of Catholic schooling to all those seeking a Catholic education for their children. However, enrolment of a student into an Archdiocesan Catholic school or Catholic school of choice cannot be guaranteed.
Parents seeking enrolment for the current year should contact the school to check on availability prior to completing an official Enrolment Form.
View the Our Schools section of our website for School details.