Intake years at Plenty Valley Christian College are Kinder and Year 7, all other enrolments are processed based on the availability of places at the year level requested. Most of our Prep enrolments are filled from Kinder enrolments and interviews and enrolment for Prep will only be conducted if the Prep class is not filled from our Kinder enrolments. We are currently accepting applications for Three and Four year old kinder for 2020 and 2021. Applications for enrolment in Year 7 at Plenty Valley close on 31st August each year, two years prior to the date of enrolment.
First round applications for Year 7 for 2020 have closed on August 31st, 2018. After this date, applications will still be considered as a second round application.
We are currently accepting applications for 2020 and 2021.
All other enrolments are processed based on vacancies at the year levels requested.
Plenty Valley Christian College also offers the Arrowsmith Program. Click here for more information. If you would like a College prospectus sent to you, please call our office on 9717 7400 or send your details via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plenty Kids Early Learning Centre
Follow this link for more information on application forms, fee schedule and enrolment policy. We are currently accepting Kinder applications for 2020 and 2021.
How to enrol
Plenty Valley is a non denominational Christian college. We welcome students from all Christian faiths and backgrounds. As a co-educational school, we endeavour to seek a balance of boys and girls in enrolments. In assessing an individual student’s application for enrolment, we must first determine that we are able to meet their needs. The College will make every effort to meet any special educational needs within the constraints of its financial capacity and on condition that the child’s parents have fully informed the College of any relevant circumstances relating to their child’s educational needs. A number of other factors are taken into consideration when selecting students for enrolment. These include (but are not limited to):
- evidence that the family as a whole is committed to Christian Education and its values.
- current enrolment of one or more siblings