Enrolments

Enrolling at Kiara College

To book an enrolment interview you need to complete the attached form and supply copies of the following:

  • Birth Certificate or Passport
  • Immunisation/Health Records
  • Latest School Report
  • Attendance Records for the current year
  • Upper School students - please bring the Timetable from your current school.
  • Proof of address eg: telephone account/shire rates account
  • Proof of Guardianship (if not parent named on birth certificate)
  • Evidence of Visa Status and Date of Entry into Australia (if not Australian Citizen or Permanent Australian Resident)
  • Paperwork if an International Student
  • Copy of Australian Citizenship Document (if applicable)

When the Application for Enrolment Interview form is submitted, together with the required documentation, you will be contacted to arrange an interview.

If you require assistance completing the form or need translation services, please let us know. Business hours are 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday. The telephone number is 9378 0200.

Enrolment Forms

Kiara College accepts applications for students in Year 7 to 12. A proof of address along with the Application for Enrolment needs to be submitted to Administration before additional paperwork can be provided. If necessary, a meeting with an Associate Principal may be scheduled to confirm enrolment details.

Year 7 Enrolments

Parents/guardians enrolling their child in Year 7 are encouraged to come into administration to get an enrolment pack along with our specialist application form. Students wanting to enrol in either Agriculture, Basketball or Contemporary Music are encouraged to get their applications in as soon as possible for trials/testing later in the year.


Catchment Area

Our Schools in our local catchment area are:
  • Lockridge primary school
  • Eden Hill Primary School
  • West Beechboro Primary School
  • East Beechboro Primary School
  • Beechboro Primary School
Catchment
The following defines the local-intake area of this school:
From the junction of Benara Road and Beechboro Road, south along Beechboro Road (east side included) to Devonshire Street, east between Eugene Court (both sides included) and Redgum Way (both sides included) to the north, and Seacom Court (both sides excluded) and Elettra Close (both sides excluded) to the south, to Cassia Way, south along Cassia Way (both sides excluded) to Challenger Avenue, east and north along Challenger Avenue (both sides excluded) to Bottlebrush Drive, south along Bottlebrush Drive (east side included) to Morley Drive East, east along Morley Drive East (north side included) to May Road, south along May Road (east side included) to Robinson Road, west along Robinson Road (south side included) to Iolanthe Street, south along Iolanthe Street (east side included) to Walter Road East, east along Walter Road East (north side included) and its extension to the Swan River, generally north along the Swan River to Maali Bridge, west to Douglas Road, west along Douglas Road (both sides excluded) to West Swan Road, south along West Swan Road (east side included) to Woollcott Avenue, north west along Woollcott Avenue (south side included) to Youle-Dean Road, south west along Youle-Dean Road (south side included) to Lord Street and the boundary of Whiteman Park, generally south and west along the Whiteman Park boundary to Marshall Road, generally west along the Whiteman Park boundary to Beechboro Road North, generally north along the Whiteman Park boundary (and Beechboro Road North) to Hepburn Avenue, south along Hepburn Avenue (east side included) to the proposed northern extension of the Tonkin Highway, south along this extension of Tonkin Highway to the junction of Reid Highway and Tonkin Highway, continuing south along Tonkin Highway (east side included) to Benara Road and east along Benara Road (north side included) to Beechboro Road.

Primary School Information

Kiara College hosts an annual College Daze for the primary schools in our catchment area. Students spend an entire day and the College exploring and experiencing everything we have to offer (Agriculture, D&T, Media, Basketball etc.) It is a great way for students in Year 5 and 6 to have a glimpse of what the College and offer and spark their interest in some of the Specialist Programs we have to offer.