Kilbreda Crest Kilbreda College A Kildare Education Ministries Catholic School for Girls in the Brigidine Tradition

Further Enrolment Information

What are the criteria for enrolment?

Enrolment in Year 7 at Kilbreda College is offered to girls in the last year of their primary school education. The selection process is consistent with the Catholic Education Office Melbourne (CEOM) Enrolment Policy 2.4 (2007). It is intended to ensure a fair and transparent approach to enrolment at the College. Enrolment decisions are made by the Co-Principals in line with this policy, however the College reserves the right to exercise discretion to respond to the pastoral needs of individual families.

Order of Preference for Enrolment

1. Applicants who have or had sisters attend the College

2. Catholic applicants who have had a mother attend the College and who currently attend a Catholic school

3. Catholic applicants who are residents of a designated Priority Parish and attend a Catholic primary school in one of those parishes (see below)

4. Catholic applicants who are residents of a designated Priority Parish and have not attended a Catholic school

5. Catholic applicants from other parishes

6. Applicants from Eastern Rite churches

7. Other Christian applicants

8. All other applicants

Priority Parish Schools

St Louis de Montfort's Primary School, Aspendale

Stella Maris Primary School, Beaumaris

St Joseph's Primary School, Black Rock

St Joachim's Primary School, Carrum Downs

St Joseph's Primary School, Chelsea

Our Lady of the Assumption Primary School, Cheltenham

St Mark's Primary School, Dingley

St John Vianney's Primary School, Parkdale

St Patrick's Primary School, Mentone

St Brigid's Primary School, Mordialloc

St Anne's Primary School, Seaford

St Joseph's Primary School, Springvale

What if we are non-Catholic?

Students of other faith traditions are welcome to apply.