Enrolling Your Child

Updated January 2020

Al Siraat College is accepting 2021 enrolment applications for children wishing to enter in any year level, subject to vacancies.

In 2020, we will have just under 1,000 students enrolled in the College. We endeavour to restrict classes to 25 students. However, under some circumstances some classes may exceed this number.

Applications for 2020 have officially closed. Our Junior and Secondary School enrolments operate on a WAITLIST basis for most year levels for 2020!

2021 Applications are OPEN.

When applying, you must ensure that your child’s application is complete, ie. you need to upload your child’s

  • Birth Certificate or passport copy
  • Immunisation Certificate (from Medicare)
  • 2019 Semester 2 school report (doesn't apply for Foundation)
  • NAPLAN results (where applicable)
  • Pay $50 Enrolment Application Fee (per child, non-refundable processing fee).

We are an Australian School in the Islamic Tradition. An important part of our learning is to uphold Islamic values in relation to manners, honesty and working together. Particular focus will be made on behaviour of students in determining the application.


Apply NOW ONLINE and UPLOAD these mandatory documents HERE.

To Enrol Your Child

  • Attend a School Tour: Families are required to attend a tour prior to being offered an enrolment interview.
  • Please complete an application form for each child seeking admission using our
    Online Application Portal
  • Attach the supporting documents to COMPLETE the application
  • Pay the Enrolment Application Fee

School Tours

The College will hold tours throughout the term for families wishing to seek enrolment. Principal Mr Fazeel Arain will give an overview of the Vision, Values and strategic directions of the College, following by touring the school buildings and facilities.

Attending a tour is a compulsory part of the enrolment process.

Our first Look and Learn School Tour for 2020 will be held on Thursday, 20 February at 11am.


All students seeking enrolment are required to attend a PAT (Progressive Achievement Test). This computer generated assessment is used in thousands of schools in Australia and around the world and focuses on assessing the student’s growth and understanding in English and Mathematics. It is underpinned by an understanding that students of the same age and in the same year level can be at very different points in their learning and development.

Offers of Places

Offers of places are made as a result of a successful assessment and suitable school report. This will be based on a probationary period of one full school term (at least 9 weeks). Upon acceptance of an Offer of Enrolment, the necessary forms are required to be returned to the College and the Refundable Family Security Deposit will be due and payable to confirm the enrolment.

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