Enrolment at Barrenjoey
YEAR 7 (for 2021):
If your child is attending a NSW government primary school the application process begins with the primary school.
You will receive an Expression of Interest Form for Year 7 2021 early in Term 1 of Year 6. You will need to complete this form and return it to your primary school by Mid March 2020.
Your primary school will forward all relevant applications to Barrenjoey High School. We will then send you an Enrolment Form that you will need to complete and bring into Barrenjoey High School along with relevant information listed on the back of the Enrolment Form like Proof of Address and Proof of Identity.
If your child is attending a non-government primary school you will be able to download the Expression of Interest Form for Year 7 2021 here and return it directly to Barrenjoey High School during March 2020.
For more information on the Department’s Enrolment Policy please read Information For Parents
Year 7 Extension Class 2021
The Year 7 Extension Class test for 2021 is being held Thursday 19 March at Barrenjoey High School for students who attend Avalon, Bilgola Plateau and Newport Primary Schools. Applications for the test closed Friday 21 February 2020. Visual Arts and Music Extension applications will be sent out with Barrenjoey enrolment forms.
2020 Open Night for Barrenjoey High School is Tuesday 3 March.
When changing schools, to enrol in YEARS 7 – 12:
If your child is currently enrolled in a NSW government school or a non-government school please contact Barrenjoey High School to discuss the enrolment procedures. You can complete the enrolment inquiry form and email it directly to the school. Enrolment Enquiry Form
If your child holds a temporary visa or visitor visa please go to the DEC Temporary Residents website first. CRICOS Provider Code 00588M Provider Name: NSW Department of Education.
Out of Area Enrolment Application
When applying for enrolment at Barrenjoey we will check your address to determine whether you are in area or out of area. We will require a 100 point residential check to help determine your address. Parents planning to enrol their child at a school that is near or at their buffer or cap will be asked to complete the 100-point residential address check to confirm they live within the school’s designated intake area. This means you will need to provide documents to verify your child’s current address.
So that schools only seek information relevant to your child’s enrolment, a list of approved documents for the residential address check is available from the school or the department’s website at https://education.nsw.gov.au/policy-library/policies/enrolment-of-students-in-nsw-government-schools.
Click on the link above for more information about enrolling International Students at Barrenjoey
Contact at Barrenjoey
Please contact Belinda Waterson, School Enrolments if you require more information – email@example.com