Enrolling with us is reasonably straightforward. As a government school we strive to accept every young person who wants to attend our school. We absolutely love the diversity that this approach brings to our student community.

Updated: Monday 17 May 2021

We understand how you feel about changing schools. And we know how important this is to you. Our primary goal throughout the enrolment process is to make the transition into Swinburne as successful as possible. In order for us to achieve this we need some information from you.

When providing this information you should be as open and honest as you can. Tell us everything that may be relevant. Be assured that the information you are providing will assist us with your enrolment. We can only do this if we know how we can support you at this important stage of your education.

Working through the enrolment process is not particularly onerous and should take around 45 minutes. You must complete the following steps in sequence:

Note: if you don’t see our email in your inbox, please check your SPAM/JUNK folders.

Step 1. Complete Expression of Interest (Re-opening in Term 3 for 2022 enrolments).
This is completed online by all perspective enrolments. Please keep reading the next steps before proceeding to the button below to begin the enrolment process.

Step 2. Enrolment Information form
This can only be done once you have completed your Expression of Interest form and you have received an email link from us.

Step 3. Enrolment Interview
You will receive the link after completing Step 2. This can only be done once you have completed your Enrolment Information form and you have received an email link from us to book an enrolment interview.

Step 4. Subject Selections
You will be sent a link to complete your subject selection preferences online. You will have the opportunity to make alterations to your selections during the enrolment interview.

To view our VCE and VCAL subject descriptions please see our downloads section below.

For more information about VCE Study Designs please visit the VCAA website or to find out more about VET programs please visit the IMVC website.

Student Devices

It is the responsibility of all students to bring in their own notebook to school everyday. The college is capable of supporting Windows, Apple, Chromebooks and tablets, however it is important that students use a device which is suitable for their coursework needs. Our notebook purchasing portal is now closed for 2020 so please make alternative arrangements for purchasing a notebook for the new school year if required. If you have any further questions please contact the college’s ICT office.

  • Parent Payment Arrangements & Fee Schedule for Year 11 2021

  • Parent Payment Arrangements & Fee Schedule for Year 12 2021

  • VCE Student Program Selection

  • VET Handbook 2021

  • Year 11 Intermediate VCAL Program Overview (Year 11)

  • Year 12 Senior VCAL Program Overview (Year 12)

  • Year 11 VCE Subject Descriptions

  • Year 12 VCE Subject Descriptions