Enrolling/Transferring - ACT Public Schools

Parents/carers are welcome to enrol/transfer their son or daughter at any time during the school year.

The Parent/carer guide to enrolment/transfer for ACT public schools Parent Guide provides an overview of the procedures and requirements when enrolling in an ACT Public School or transferring between ACT Public Schools.

Further Information

Online Enrolment/Transfer Forms

PLEASE NOTE: Submit only one (1) online enrolment form per child. If more than one online enrolment form is submitted, any previously submitted forms will be made invalid.

2014 Enrolments/Transfers

Parents/carers seeking to enrol their child in an ACT public school for the first time must complete the online enrolment/transfer form.

Parent/carers seeking to transfer their child to another ACT public school must complete the online enrolment/transfer form.

2015 Enrolments/Transfers

Prospective enrolments for 2015 will open on 28 April 2014.

Parents/carers seeking to enrol their child in an ACT public school for the first time must complete the online enrolment/transfer form.

Parent/carers seeking to transfer their child to another ACT public school must complete the online enrolment/transfer form.

Policy

The policy about enrolment in an ACT public school is available at:

Finding Your Local School

Each ACT public school gives priority to the enrolment of children living in its Priority Enrolment Area (PEA). ACT public schools are non-selective. If a school has room available after accepting students from its PEA, it may offer places to students who live outside the area.

Further information about Priority Enrolment Areas.

School Open Nights 2014

International Students

Canberra public schools are a popular choice for students from many countries of the world. Our schools are recognised as ranking among the best in the world.

Further information about International Students.

Further Assistance

If you require further assistance or clarification on the enrolment criteria and process please contact your local school or the ACT Education and Training Directorate at: