How can I enrol my child?
We warmly welcome all enrolment enquiries. Please visit the Enrolment page.

When can I enrol my child?
By law, primary students must commence school before they turn six years of age. Secondary schools enrol prospective students two years prior to their commencing at the school. Please visit the Enrolment page.

What’s the status of my child’s enrolment?
Enrolments are only finalised after enrolment form and supporting documentation is supplied and a formal interview has taken place with the principal/delegated staff member. Please contact the respective school.

How do I enrol my child from overseas?
Please contact the school directly to facilitate enrolment and visa requirements.

Who can enrol at Sydney Catholic Schools?
Any person with parental responsibility or guardianship can enrol a child. Please note, enrolments in systemic Catholic primary and secondary schools are prioritised according to criteria addressed in the Enrolment Information for Systemic Catholic Schools. Please visit the Enrolment page.


What are the fees at my child’s school?
Sydney Catholic Schools utilises a differentiated school tuition fee model. This means that there will be slight variations in tuition fees from school to school, so please request the total school fees from your local Sydney Catholic school. Please refer to School Fees and Assistance page.

What do my child’s school fees cover?
Sydney Catholic Schools tuition fees are made up of three basic components: Tuition costs, Building Levy and School-Based Charges. As well as school tuition fees, there are additional school-based charges that cover resources, ICT levy, sport, excursions and retreats/camps, which can vary from school to school depending on a school’s individual circumstances. Please refer to School Fees and Assistance page.

Is fee assistance available?
Parents who need support to meet the cost of educating their child in a systemic Catholic school may be eligible for a bursary from the Catholic Education Foundation based on criteria. Information about the Catholic Education Foundation can be obtained from your local Catholic school.

What’s the process for paying my child’s school fees?
All schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney will be billing fees on an annual basis in 2019. Parents can pay their account by Bpay, Centrepay, Direct Debit and Eftpos on a weekly, fortnightly, monthly, per term or annual basis.  Please refer to the school you are enrolling in for fee structure and account details. Please refer to School Fees and Assistance page for more information.

What are the fees at my child’s school?
School Fees are set by Sydney Catholic Schools. An Annual Schedule of Fees for your school can be found on your school’s website. Please refer to School Fees and Assistance page.

Why should I work for Sydney Catholic Schools?
At Sydney Catholic Schools, we recognise the value and dedication of all our staff and their individual contributions towards the exceptional education provided by our schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney. We experience an inclusive culture and promote learning opportunities and career development days while understanding that work/life balance is critical to the wellbeing of employees. Please refer to the Careers page.

Where can I apply for a job at Sydney Catholic Schools?
Our staff come from all walks of life and diverse backgrounds. Please refer to the Positions Vacant page.

Sydney Catholic Schools Positions Vacant: Office
Applicants for Sydney Catholic Schools office positions, will be required to submit a complete application form along with related documents via the applicant portal.

Sydney Catholic Schools Positions Vacant: Schools
Teachers wishing to apply for a position to teach in Sydney Catholic schools need to complete the ‘Registration to Teach’ process before being eligible to apply for a teaching position. Please refer to the Registration to Teach page.

Please note that vacancies within schools are managed by the school itself and posted on the Teachers On Net website.

At Sydney Catholic Schools we recognise that students learn differently.

How do Sydney Catholic schools assist children with Disability and Additional Learning needs?
We offer programs that are tailored to students with Disability and Additional Learning needs. Please refer to the Learner Diversity page.

How do Sydney Catholic schools cater to Gifted and Talented children?
We offer programs that are tailored to students that are recognised as Gifted and Talented like Newman Selective. Please refer to the Learner Diversity page.

Have you checked the Intranet?
Please visit the intranet if you have further questions.

Queries about payment details, teacher accreditation or recruitment progress
Please confirm any employment and accreditation details with our People and Culture Services team.
Phone: (02) 9568 8297

How can I access my forgotten login details for intranet/email
Should you require your email/CENet Password to be reset, please contact ICT Service Desk
Phone: (02) 9568 8279

How can I access PHRIS
Please refer to the PHRIS Support Website for all queries relating to PHRIS password reset, updating of personal details and to access leave.
Phone: (02) 9568 8478.

How can I access professional development?
Please access our website to find out more on professional development by visiting the Staff Professional Learning page.

For prospective employees
For anyone interested in working with Sydney Catholic Schools, please visit Job Vacancies.

Where can I find Sydney Catholic School’s policies?
Policies for Sydney Catholic Schools can be accessed from the Policies page.

Sydney Catholic Schools Pathways
If you would like to find out the unique things your school has to offer, please visit the K-12 Pathways page.


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World Square NSW 2002

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Sydney Catholic Schools sees itself as a vital learning community that is highly supportive of research and further education. In recent years, there has been substantial growth in government accountability surveys and research applications. This has meant that accepting all appropriate requests is no longer practicable without impacting significantly on learning programs and teacher workload. As a result, a two stage process has been established that must be observed before final approval to conduct research in schools will be granted.

Sydney Catholic Schools reserves the right to accept or decline any research application at its own discretion, except in the case of Funding Agreement obligations.

Sydney Catholic Schools values your feedback. We encourage you to contact your local school in the first instance with any suggestions, compliments or complaints. If you would prefer to contact Sydney Catholic Schools directly, you can complete the form below.

For further information about our complaint handling process, please see the Resolution of Complaints Policy.

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Sydney Catholic Schools educates more than 70,000 students, providing support to help each of them thrive. We develop teaching and learning resources in consultation with principals and teachers, assist with operations as broad as finance and photography, and provide admin support. We aim to inspire both minds and spirits, and help students grow in an environment enhanced by strong moral values like kindness, generosity and hospitality. Our main goal at all times is providing students with a rigorous, well-rounded education – and everything we do is enhanced by our moral traditions, the person of Jesus, and the Catholic faith.
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Ever imagined a cross between a 🦈 and 🦅?
Year 8 students at Marist College Eastwood certainly have!
These talented graphic designers put their creativity to the test to create Animalistic Hybrids in their digital media workshop offered by the Sydney Catholic Schools Arts Team.
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🥰👏 HOW COOL! St Patrick's Catholic Primary School Sutherland students had a Super Hero dress up day to help raise funds for HeartKids, a not-for-profit that supports and advocates for all people impacted by childhood onset heart disease.
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🙏 In the words of St Mary MacKillop, "Believe in the whisperings of God in your own heart."

📷 Holy Innocents' Catholic Primary School Croydon
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🏆 Students at St Agnes' Catholic Primary School Matraville had their very own Olympics Day, featuring Australian Olympians Natalie Saville and Daniel Kowalski!
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This week's Photo of the Week is an amazing throwback to the original St Joseph's Roseberry school. Kath Atkins a student from 1936 - 1945 and Robert Balbi a student from 1959 - 1962.
Both are still active in the church community. Seen here with Principal Bernard Ryan of St Joseph's Catholic Primary School Rosebery and Fr Paul.
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🎸 School of Rock: As we countdown to the big event, here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store for audiences at Qudos Bank Arena on October 11-12.
Tickets are now on sale here:
Don’t miss out!
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School of Rock: As we countdown to the big event, here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store for audiences at @qudosbankarena on October 11-12. Tickets are now on sale here: Don’t miss out!
New era: OLMC Waterloo Principal Margaret Holles has announced that the school would be getting a “modern makeover” and a new “contemporary” school crest and uniform. “It’s a really exciting time in the school’s history,” she said:
Learning from the best: Fresh from selection to the Sydney Swans  inaugural AFLW team, @OLMCBurraneer former student Kiara Beesley has shared nutrition and career insights with year 9 and 10 students at her old school:
We’re excited to tonight announce the winners of the 23rd Sydney Archdiocesan Clancy Religious Art Prize! #GrowWithArts #GrowWithFaith
🙏 Good luck to all our students starting their HSC trials today. We are already so proud of you.

📷 Holy Spirit Catholic College Lakemba
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The 2022 Clancy Religious Art Prize and Exhibition formally opens today at the McGlade Gallery at @ACUmedia, showcasing our students’ talents in the visual arts and their commitment to their faith: