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Enrolment Criteria

Year 7 2024 Applications

Enrolments for Year 7 (2024) open at the start of the 2023 school year.  Iona College Information and Tour sessions will run throughout Term 1 of 2023.  To register for one of our 2023 Tour and Information sessions please check back on website in Term 1 of 2023.

The selection process is governed by the following criteria, in order of priority:

  1. Catholic Students who are attending a Catholic primary school.
  2. Siblings of Students already enrolled at Iona College
  3. Catholic Students who are not attending a Catholic primary school
  4. Students from non-Catholic Eastern churches (i.e. Greek Orthodox, Coptic Orthodox, Ukrainian Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, Serbian Orthodox and other Orthodox) who attend a Catholic primary school.
  5. Students from non-Catholic Eastern churches (i.e. Greek Orthodox, Coptic Orthodox, Ukrainian Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, Serbian Orthodox and other Orthodox) who do not attended a Catholic primary school.
  6. Other Baptised Christian Students who attend a Catholic primary school.
  7. Other Baptised Christian Students who do not attended a Catholic primary school.
  8. Non-Christian Students who attend a Catholic primary school.
  9. Non-Christian Students who do not a Catholic primary school.

All requested documentation must be provided on application before your enrolment is considered to be complete and processed.

  • If you nominate your child’s religion as Catholic or Christian, a baptismal certificate (and any other Sacramental certificates) must be provided on application, otherwise your application will be considered outside of the enrolment criteria stated above.
  • The Principal reserves the right to determine all enrolment offers made in any given year.

Families must provide documentary evidence which includes:

  • Birth Certificate;
  • Certificate of Baptism, Communion and Confirmation (Catholic and Christian);
  • Year 5 student school report;
  • Copy of NAPLAN results (if completed)

If applicable, families must also provide:

  • Supporting documentation for students who are currently receiving or eligible for NCCD/SWD funding;
  • Any Custody or Court order documentation;
  • Citizenship certificate, VISA certificate or passport or travel for non Australian residents or non Australian born students;

Non-Catholic Applicants

Non-Catholic applicants are welcome to apply for enrolment at Iona College Geelong and are catered for in our Enrolment Criteria.  The number of places available is always determined by the volume of applications from both Catholic and Non-Catholic applicants each year.

All requested documentation must be provided on application before your enrolment is considered to be complete and processed.

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