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Steps to Enrolment

'At the heart of our school is a commitment to develop the whole child.'

Thank you for considering Bishop Druitt College for the educational future of your child.

Our prime entry points are Kindergarten, Year 5, Year 7 and Year 11. Vacancies occasionally arise in all other year groups and these are offered to the next student on the waiting list.

We recommend that you follow the steps to enrolment 12 months in advance of your child's commencement year.

The first easy steps to enquiring about enrolment
1. Register your interest in our college
2. Book a college tour
3. Visit our college and receive an information pack

Register your Interest

Online enquiry form

Book a College Tour

Request a tour booking
Steps to enrolling your child
1. Lodge an online enrolment application
2. Undertake an enrolment interview
3. Receive the offer of a place
4. Accept the enrolment offer

'Our aim is to transform the lives of our students through the provision of an excellent education.' 
BDC Enrolment Policy

Bishop Druitt College is a comprehensive co-educational K-12 school providing education underpinned by Christian values and operating within the policies of the NSW Education Standards Authority.

Characteristics of the Student Body

The school has 1020 students of whom 590 are in the secondary school and 430 are in the primary school.  There are approximately equal numbers of boys and girls throughout the school.  As BDC is a comprehensive school, the students come from a wide range of backgrounds, including language backgrounds other than English and a number of students with special needs. 

Reflecting the demographic complexion of the local area, we have seen an increasing enrolment of both new arrival refugee and Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students. Additionally, the school periodically enrols overseas students, either as exchange students or full-fee paying overseas students. 

Policy Statement

  • For all applications, consideration will be given to the applicant’s support for the ethos of the school, date of application, siblings already attending the school and other criteria determined by the school from time to time.
  • Once enrolled, students are expected to support the school’s ethos and comply with the school rules in order to maintain their enrolment.

Our Philosophy

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Learning & Teaching

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Enhancing Wellbeing

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