Enrolment Information

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: Wednesday 8 May 2024

  • Students wishing to pursue an enrolment will need to complete the online Application Form by 17 May 2024, which is now available below. A limited number of places may be available at mid-year for students currently enrolled in Year 11.

  • We will be running another Information Evening for prospective families to cater for Year 11 and Year 12 enrolments for 2025, where we will discuss the school, our subject offerings and our policies. The College Information Evening will run on Tuesday 20 August at 5:00pm. Bookings to the Information Evening will be available on this page closer to the event.

  • Book your place in a small group tour of the college with our Principal Daryl Bennett. Bookings are essential and will run every Friday at 9:00am. [Book College Tour here]

  • Watch quick Virtual Tour of the College: [Watch video here]

Swinburne Senior Secondary College is a unique school environment where individuality, inclusiveness and diversity is encouraged while operating within the VCE and VCE VM guidelines with respect to attendance, coursework and assessment requirements. We have a wide range of subject offerings with expert teachers and we expect the school values of Respect, Responsibility and Commitment to be incorporated and demonstrated by all students.

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

NOTE: throughout the enrolment process, please check your SPAM folder for responses from the college ‘No-Reply’ email address.

To view this year’s VCE and VM 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 pathway programs please visit the VET pathways in schools website

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Bring Your Own Device Program (BYOD Program)

The BYOD program at Swinburne Senior Secondary College is focused on providing students with tools and resources along with high-level technical support allowing students to work to their full potential and develop essential learning habits with the support of digital tools. For a successful BYOD program to run, it is crucial that students bring their devices & power adaptors to school each day ensuring they take advantage of the digital technologies on offer at the college.

The school’s BYOD portal is now open with a select range of notebooks to choose from: NOTE: It’s not compulsory to use the portal and student’s can bring their current devices or shop elsewhere, but please make sure that you have a suitable device for your coursework which may vary depending on which subjects you have chosen.

School Code (for parent/carer access to purchase): SSSC2024Open BYOD Portal>>

For more information about how the BYOD program works open the Toolkit for Parents here>

To log a warranty request on a previously purchased device please use the following form here>