Chaffey Secondary College is an inclusive Years 7-10 co-educational secondary college, highlighted by a diverse and challenging academic program, which caters for the needs of all students.
College tours are a great opportunity to see the College in action, hear from the Principal about our programs and curriculum, and tour the facilities with staff who will answer any questions you may have.
In response to the current Covid-19 pandemic, we have cancelled our physical tours until the end August, 2020.
The College accepts enrolment applications at both the start of the year and midyear.
2023 Enrolment: Enrolling now, Years 7 – 10 for 2023. Please do not hesitate to contact the College General Office on (03) 5023 0538
2023 Enrolment: Applications for Years 7 to 10 enrolment in these year levels should be submitted as soon as possible to enable
access to all subject choices. To ensure access to all subject choices, applications in these year levels should be
submitted by Friday 16 September.
For further information, please ring the College.
General Information: (03) 5023 0538
The 2006 Education and Training Reform Act (ETRA) underpins the Department of Education and Training (DET) enrolment policy which can be found at: https://www2.education.vic.gov.au/pal/enrolment/policy
The policy states that all eligible children and young people have the right to be admitted to their designated neighbourhood government school.
A student’s designated neighbourhood school is generally the school that is nearest the student’s permanent address as determined by the school zone. The website https://www.findmyschool.vic.gov.au provides guidance on which school zone a student’s permanent residence is located within.
School boundaries often move to accommodate demographic changes and the establishment of new neighbouring schools. As is the case with any new school the enrolment boundaries for it and neighbouring schools must be adjusted to reflect the closest school.
The potential future demand for enrolment places from within the local community indicates that Chaffey Secondary College must manage enrolments carefully and in accordance with the Priority Placement Order in the Enrolment Policy.
A student’s permanent place of address determines eligibility for enrolment at Chaffey Secondary College.
Year 6 to 7 Transition for Year 6 Government School Students
Year 6 to 7 transition is managed through the state-wide Year 6 to 7 Transition Program. This program has a number of processes and key dates that must be adhered to.
Our local government primary schools will provide Year 6 students with information about transition and enrolment in government secondary schools.
All Year 7 enrolments will be considered against the priority order of placement criteria.
Year 6 to 7 Transition for Year 6 Catholic and Independent School Students
Parents with students at Catholic or Independent primary schools may download the Non-Government Parent Transition Pack and follow the instructions for non-government students. The same enrolment conditions regarding
students attending their designated neighbourhood schools apply.
Years 8-10 Enrolments
Students who reside in the Chaffey Secondary College designated neighbourhood zone have the right to enrol at Epping Secondary College. To locate your designated neighbourhood government school, please visit the Find My School website at https://www.findmyschool.vic.gov.au
Please visit our website for further information about Year 8-10 enrolment and transfers between school. Students transferring from other secondary schools will be considered in line with the priority order of placement and may be required to commence at the start of a semester when not within our designated neighbourhood zone.
Sibling Claim Enrolments that are Outside the Designated Neighbourhood Area
In the event that a Year 6 student has a sibling, who will be attending Chaffey Secondary College in 2022 and whose residential address is located outside the designated neighbourhood, then the Year 6 student can apply for enrolment.