Kilbreda Mentone Wellbeing

Entry to the College in Year 7

Our enrolment process for entry into Year 7 follows the timeline published by Melbourne Archdiocese of Catholic Schools (MACS) with applications closing during Term 3 of the prospective student’s Grade 5 year.  Key dates for the current year are outlined above. Families are welcome to apply for enrolment to Kilbreda College well before their daughter enters Grade 5 should they wish.

* Applications for for both Year 7 2022 and Year 7 2023 have closed. If you are still looking for a place in either of these years then please contact our Registrar as soon as possible on the details below.

Critical Dates for Year 7 2023
• 22 October 2021 - Offers will be emailed out to families
• 12 November 2021 - Final date for families to accept an offer

For further information regarding enrolments for Year 7, please contact our College Registrar, Amanda Hurley on 9581 7766 or via registrar@kilbreda.vic.edu.au

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Enrolment Application Form

To meet the College and Government requirements you will need to submit a completed Application for Enrolment Form and all other supporting documents to the College.

Applications for Year 8 upwards

There are limited places available in 2021. For further information regarding availability please contact our College Registrar, Amanda Hurley on 9581 7766 or via registrar@kilbreda.vic.edu.au

Critera For Enrolment

Founded in 1904, Kilbreda College is a Catholic secondary school for girls where Christianity is lived out through core Gospel values and in the Brigidine tradition of Strength and Kindliness.

Kilbreda College encourages those families that are genuinely seeking a faith-based education in the Brigidine tradition for their daughter/s to apply.  In keeping with our core value of ‘welcoming all’, the College has a non-selective enrolment policy and welcomes applications from families of other faiths and traditions. 

Kilbreda College draws upon the Kildare Education Ministries (KEM) Criteria for Enrolment Policy, which promotes an inclusive approach but gives priority to families who actively participate in the life of the Catholic Church. This is often through attendance at a Catholic primary school and/or participation in a local parish.  Priority is also given to sisters of current or past pupils and those whose mother attended Kilbreda College.