IMG 9014The College's current intake years are Prep and Year 7, with applications for other years considered if vacancies are available.

There are four simple steps to enrol a student at CHAC:

Step 1: Make an Application to join the College's Enrolment Waiting List. Due to high demand, early application is advised.

Step 2: Two and a half years prior to the nominated year of entry for Year 7, and one year for Prep, applicants will receive a request for further data, to assist short-listing students for interview.

Step 3: Selected students are invited to attend an interview, from which offers are made to successful students.

Step 4: Successful applicants are invited to enrol their student at the College and, regrettably, unsuccessful applicants are notified.

For more detailed information on each of these steps, please click on the step boxes below. You are also welcome to contact our College Registrars via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 07 3896 0452 (for Prep to Year 6 enquiries) or 07 3896 0402 (for Years 7 to 12). Alternatively, our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page may provide further information.


Step 1: Application for Admission to the Enrolment Waiting List

Applications for admission to the College are registered when parents complete the online application and submit this along with a copy of the Birth Certificate and an Application Fee ($250). Please note that an Application cannot be processed unless accompanied by the Birth Certificate copy.

The College's current intake years are Prep and Year 7, with applications for other years considered if vacancies are available. If parents seek a place for their child at the College up to and including 2020, then this should be discussed with the College Registrars before making application, as the Application Fee is non-refundable, irrespective of the outcome of the application.

On receipt of the Application for Admission and Application Fee, the child's name will be placed on the Enrolment Waiting List, for the nominated year of entry. Please note that this does not necessarily automatically guarantee a place at the College.

Go to Step 2: Review

Step 2: Review

The College currently progresses to the Review phase of enrolment some two and a half years prior to the year of entry for Year 7 (one year for Prep), based on the Enrolment Waiting List at that time.

Parents will be required to submit a signed Verification of Applicant Details form, along with a recent school report and other requested supporting information.

The key considerations within the current College Enrolment Policy include:

• support of the College ethos
• whether a sibling is currently enrolled at Cannon Hill Anglican College
• family affiliation with the College
• gender balance
• date of application
• scholarship offers (Secondary students only).

Consideration is also given to each applicant's educational needs and circumstances, and information is gathered in consultation with parents and other relevant persons/professionals prior to a review by the College's Enrolment Team.

The College Council reserves the right to change its Enrolment Policy at any time without notice.

Go to Step 3: Interview and Offer

Step 3: Interview and Offer

Once all returned Verification of Applicant Details forms are received and reviewed, selected students are invited to attend an interview with a member of the Senior Leadership Team, or specialist staff where appropriate

Following a review of all supporting information and interviews, the College will make offers for places up to the nominated capacity for the year group. If a student is successful in securing a place at the College, a Letter of Offer will be sent to parents.

If a student is unsuccessful in securing a place, the College will advise parents in writing, as the enrolment review process progresses.

Go to Step 4: Enrolment

Step 4: Enrolment

Parents are sent the College's Enrolment Agreement and Letter of Offer, which are signed and returned to the College, along with the non-refundable Enrolment Fee, which need to be received by the required due date.

If an offer of a place is not accepted, the College may make a subsequent round of offers to others on the waiting list.

To order a Prospectus, which contains, amongst other things, our Admissions Procedures, please contact our College Registrars who will happily answer any questions you may have.

Primary (Prep to Year 6) Bronwyn Greenaway 07 3896 0452
Secondary (Years 7 to 12) Nina Johanson 07 3896 0402

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