Enrolment


Enrolment at Box Hill High School

Box Hill High School has been allocated a designated neighbourhood boundary by the Regional Director.  Please refer to the designated neighbourhood boundary map**. Enrolment at the school is consistent with Government legislation and Departmental policy. 


The demand for enrolment at Box Hill High School often exceeds the number of places available.  The Regional Director has restricted the enrolment and the school has an enrolment ceiling of 1250 students.

Students are enrolled as follows:
Year 7 Students:
We will enrol students who live in the designated neighbourhood boundary. 
       

At the start of Term 2, parents of students in Grade 6 will receive the relevant documentation regarding transition to Year 7 from their primary school. The Year 7 Placement Forms are issued by the Department of Education and Training and must be returned to the students’ primary school by the specified date.

It is the primary school Transition Coordinator's role to assist parents with the application process for enrolment at a government secondary school. The primary school will inform parents of the application outcome on Wednesday 7th August 2019.

Please note that an offer of a place at Box Hill High School for Year 7 is subject to providing the required documentation regarding permanent residential address as outlined below.  Residential address is the address at which the student permanently resides with parents or legal guardians.

Year 8-12 Students:

We will enrol students who live in the designated neighbourhood boundary. 

Students applying for enrolment in Years 8-12 should complete an Enrolment Enquiry Form and return it to the Enrolment Officer, along with the documentation required to demonstrate permanent place of residential address as well as a photocopy of the student's most recent school report. 

 

Permanent Residential Address

Each enrolment application must demonstrate that the student lives within the designated neighbourhood boundary by providing an original copy of each of the following types of documentation:

  1. A current rate notice or a valid lease agreement, with a minimum 12 month lease, from a registered real estate agent in the full name/s of the parent/s or legal guardian/s. A copy of the bond receipt should also be attached.

  2. Recent utility accounts in the full name/s of the parent/s or legal guardian/s citing the permanent residential address. Presentation of two utility bills (electricity, gas and water).*

  3. Telephone account in the full name/s of the parent/s or legal guardian/s citing the permanent residential address.*

  4. Drivers’ licence in the full name/s of the parent/s or legal guardian/s citing the permanent residential address.*

    *Please note that mailing address must match residential address.

Permanent Residency in Designated Neighbourhood Boundary
It is an expectation that a family will remain permanent residents within the designated neighbourhood boundary for the duration of their child’s education at Box Hill High School.

The requirement of permanent residency within the boundary will be monitored and enforced. As such, where a family moves out of the designated neighbourhood boundary, the school may request that at the end of the school year, the parent/guardian enrol their child in the neighbourhood school closest to their new residential address or any other school where places are available.


For further details please contact Ms Dianne Trengove, Enrolment Officer.

 

English Language Assistance

English Language School (ELS) are Government Primary and Secondary schools that cater for new arrival students who are from language backgrounds other than English (LBOTE). Students attend an English Language School for an intensive transition program in English Language prior to enrolment in a mainstream school. The aims are to teach students the language and learning skills to successfully meet the educational demands of schooling and to prepare them for participation in the wider school community.

Students who qualify for English Language assistance will be directed to a government funded language school. Please refer to Blackburn English Language School or any of the Government-funded Language schools listed on the DET website. 

www.education.vic.gov.au/school/teachers/support/diversity/eal/Pages/ealnewels.aspx 

** Designated Neighbourhood Boundary Map
Please note:
-  The map is subject to change by the Department of Education
-  Enrolment is subject to criteria set by the Department, as outlined in the section above.

-  All queries relating to designated neighbourhood boundary should be directed to your child’s primary school.

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Enrolment Y7 2020-GAPP

Students who are interested in the Gifted Academic Potential Program (GAPP) and are eligible for enrolment at Box Hill High School in 2020 are invited to sit the GAPP test. An application link with the enrolment criteria and test details are now available on our homepage. We encourage you to attend the Box Hill High School Open Evening at 5.30pm or 6:15pm on Thursday 2 May 2019 for a school tour and to hear additional information about enrolment and the GAPP Program.  There will be two presentations/tours and both will be exactly the same.  Further details are available on the homepage.
Find out here how to apply for our GAPP Program for year 7 students in 2020 or click the yellow button for the Trybooking link.

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