HOW TO ENROL AT TOONGABBIE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Toongabbie Christian College is more than a school. It’s a community that welcomes families who are committed to their faith and seek a school that reinforces the values they practise at home.
To truly understand the difference that the learning environment and belonging to a Christian community makes, you need to see it and feel it for yourself. Start your Toongabbie Christian College journey by following the steps below.
Step 1: Register your interest
Ask for more information or register your interest in becoming a Toongabbie Christian College family by using the ‘make an enquiry’ button below. A member of our Enrolments Team will contact you using your preferred method of communication with further information.
Step 2: Tour our College (optional)
Open Days and Tours are available so you can experience the difference firsthand and make an informed decision about what’s best for your family. For families who are unable to attend these events, a Personal Tour may be requested by appointment.
Step 3: Submit your documentation
Please download a copy of our 2021 Prospectus (which includes Enrolment Policy and enrolment criteria) prior to completing your enrolment application. Our Prospectus details our Enrolment Policy, enrolment criteria and the enrolment process in further detail. Once you are ready to commence the formal enrolment process, please submit a completed copy of the application form and supporting documentation, including your Pastor’s Reference. A Pastor’s Reference plays an important role in the consideration of all applications for enrolment. At the time of lodging enrolment documentation, the $50 application fee becomes payable.
Step 4: Attend a Principal’s interview
A Principal’s interview provides an opportunity for our Principal, Dr Johan Griesel, to get to know your family, explain the College’s approach to curriculum delivery and answer questions you might have in regards to the College.
Following a successful interview, you will receive a Letter of Offer. If there are no places available for your preferred grade or year of entry, you will be placed on a waiting list and offered a place should one become available.