Australian Residents

With over 1700 students from kindergarten to VCE, WCC supports Christian families in the education of their children, reinforcing Biblical values and standards of conduct.


Australian Residents

Step 1 – College Information

Read the College Handbook carefully and check the Fee Schedule

Wantirna South Campus
Wantirna South Campus - Handbook
Wantirna South Fees and Levies

Narre Warren South Campus
Narre Warren South Campus - Handbook
Narre Warren South Fees and Levies

Step 2 –  Enquiries

Wantirna South Campus: Admissions Registrar, Mrs Joanna Wong, via email: enrol@wcc.vic.edu.au or on 03 9871 8604

Narre Warren South Campus: Admissions Officer, Mrs Elizabeth Arcangel, via email: enrolnws@wcc.vic.edu.au or on 03 8765 7725 

Step 3 - Apply

Submit the application form, which must be signed by the parent(s)/guardian(s), with the following attached to the application form:

A separate application form needs to be completed for each child in the family.

Wantirna South Campus Application Form
Narre Warren South Campus  Application Form

Step 4 – Offer of an Interview

If the College is likely to be able to offer the required place, the Admissions Registrar will telephone to arrange an interview with the Principal or another senior member of staff, parent(s)/guardian(s) and the student(s).  This includes a guided tour of the College.

Step 5 – Offer of a Place

Following the interview, the College will notify the parent(s)/guardian(s) by a Letter of Offer, or otherwise, of the student’s admission into the College. This is accompanied by an Acceptance of Enrolment form to be signed by the parent(s)/guardian(s) and returned to the College with the non-refundable Enrolment Fee to confirm the child’s place in the College.

Acceptance of Enrolment Fee (payable only when a place has been offered):
1st enrolment - $300
2nd enrolment  - $150
3rd enrolment  - $100
4th and subsequent enrolment - $50

Waiting List
If the College cannot offer a required place, the parents are advised by mail and the student’s name is placed on the Waiting List.

Students are placed on the Waiting List according to the date on which the completed application is received. Their name stays on the list until a place is found for them, or until we are advised by the parents that a place is no longer required.

If the required place becomes available during the school year, it is offered to the parents and, if accepted, an interview with the Principal is arranged.  The student is then invited to enter the College as soon as is practicable.

Families with children already attending the College receive priority on the Waiting List.