Australian Students

Thank you for considering West Moreton Anglican College for your child. We highly recommend that your family attends the College on one of our open days or for a personalised tour at your convenience. Our friendly staff are available to help you with each step of the enrolment process. For more information, please contact our Enrolments Officer.

Enrolment for Australian students at WestMAC can be completed by following these steps:


Parents are invited to register their interest in WestMAC by completing the step-by-step process online or by completing the Application Form, and providing the child’s Birth Certificate/Australian Citizenship. A non-refundable application fee of $45 is payable for each student. Parents /guardians are required to acknowledge that they have read and accepted the Enrolment Policy, Privacy Policy and Fees Policy when registering their child with the College.

Register your child/ren online today!

Please note: WestMAC is a non-selective school and accepts enrolments in chronological order. If a waitlist applies, consideration is given to siblings, children of staff members, Defence families and alumni.


Approximately 12 to 18 months prior to the proposed date of entry, parents are invited by email to proceed with their child’s enrolment. At this stage you will be required to provide additional documentation including:

  • health information form
  • immunisation records
  • latest school reports (Years 1 to 12) and NAPLAN results (Years 3 to 12)
  • any other specialist reports (i.e. psychological and/or medical reports)

A non-refundable confirmation fee of $180 is payable for each student. Please note a family deposit of $300 is also payable prior to your first child’s commencement and is fully-refundable when your last child leaves the College.


Students entering in Years 4 to 12 are required to undertake an online academic examination prior to attending an interview with the Head of School. Students from Prep to Year 3 are required to sit a paper-based examination. The results of this literacy and numeracy assessment further informs the enrolment process.


Within three months of enrolling your child, the sub-school will contact you to arrange an interview with the Head of School. An interview with the Head of School is an essential part of the process. At the end of the interview, the Head of School will advise if an offer will be recommended to the Principal. Parents and students are required to acknowledge that they have read and accepted the Code of Behaviour and the Parent College / College Contract at the interview.


A letter of offer will be issued following the interview.


Parents and incoming students commencing at the beginning of the next school year will be invited to attend an orientation ‘New Students’ Day’ in November before the entry year.