Enrolments now open for 2020 and beyond!

For more information, please call (08) 9304 5500 or email enrolments@pmacs.wa.edu.au

Application & Enrolment Process

The following steps make up our School’s application and enrolment process:


Step 1: Complete an Application for Admission Form

Click here to download an Application for Admission Form.

By submitting an Application Form you are formally expressing your interest in enrolling your child at the School. Once we have received your Application your child will be placed on a register for enrolment in the class and calendar year of your choice.

The Application Form can be returned in person to our main office or sent via post, fax or email. We also require a copy of your child’s previous two school reports, any completed NAPLAN results (if applicable) the child’s birth certificate and proof of Australian residency status and current up to date Immunisation Statement.

Please note the School reserves the right to refuse enrolment of a child that has not been immunised solely because of personal, philosophical, and/or religious objectives to immunisation held by the parents.

A non-refundable Application Fee of AUD $100.00 (including GST) can be paid by money order, bank transfer, EFTPOS, credit card or cash. Over the phone payments are available. Your application will only be processed once the fee has been received. 

The School will send an acknowledgement of your Application via email and identify if there is a place available or whether they have been placed on the waiting list for the year requested.


Step 2: Attend an interview

Prior to a student being offered a place at the School, prospective students and their parents are invited to an interview with the relevant Head of School. This will happen sometime during the year prior to commencement of the child’s education.  During the interview the relevant Head of School will discuss educational matters with you and your child, and provide a brief tour of the School. 


Step 3: Receive an offer of enrolment

If the interview is successful, parents will be offered a place at the School for their child and a formal Letter of Offer will be provided.


Step 4: Acceptance of enrolment offer

To accept the offer of a place for your child you will need to pay the Enrolment Fee and return the required documentation provided in the Letter of Offer, which includes the Parent Agreement, Medical Forms, Confidential Family Information, Data Collection Form and your child's immunisation record. Please also ensure that you read the Fees and Charges Schedule and School Information Guide.


The Enrolment Fee is non-refundable and is to secure your child’s place at the School. It can be paid by money order, bank transfer, EFTPOS, credit card or cash. This fee is not deducted from the first term’s tuition fees. The Enrolment Fee for the first child is currently $750, $300 for a second child and $200 for a third child. These fees apply to children enrolled from the same family, up to a maximum of $1,250 which is payable at the time offered places are confirmed.


Step 5: Commencement details provided

Once the Enrolment Fee is paid you will be notified of your child’s orientation day, commencement date, booklist and other relevant details in the term prior to commencing at the School. The School provides Transition and Information Days to assist students and parents entering the School in its major intake years.

Click here to view the School's Prospectus.

Click here to book to attend a School Tour.

* Please Note: Parents are required to provide a copy of the student’s immunisation history from the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR) or equivalent upon acceptance of an offer of enrolment. If a student does not have the required immunisation history then the Parents will need to provide a letter from their doctor that certifies that there is a medical reason that has prevented the child from being immunised. The School reserves the right to refuse the enrolment of a child that has not been immunised solely because of personal, philosophical and/or religious objections to immunisation held by the Parents. This is in accordance with the Anglican Schools Commission policy.

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