Wurun Senior Campus

Collingwood College in partnership with Fitzroy High School collaboratively offers a wide range of secondary programs, whilst maintaining each school’s dynamic and unique culture.

A dynamic and unique culture.

Our newly established Wurun Senior campus will continue our decade-long partnership with Fitzroy High school by offering well-integrated senior secondary education in the City of Yarra.

Embracing our culturally rich and demographically diverse community, the Wurun campus will offer exciting benefits for our students from tailored partnership opportunities with local businesses, services, and tertiary institutions.

The campus will also meet the increasing demand for secondary education in the inner north. We’re delighted that the Wurun Senior Campus will host 650 secondary student places for those enrolled at Collingwood College and Fitzroy High School.

How to enrol to the Wurun Campus

If you’d like to enrol your child into the senior Wurun Campus, please follow the below steps:

Step 1: Submit an enrolment inquiry

Submit an enrollment inquiry form with the closest school to your permanent residence providing the following details:

  • Evidence of permanent residence according to Department of Education Enrolment policy
  • Your child’s reports from previous school
  • Contact details including email and mobile phone

Here is the expression of interest (EOI) for enrolment at Collingwood College:

Expression of interest

Step 2: Attend an enrolment interview

Attend an enrolment interview an enrolment interview with preferences of subjects.

  • If you are under the age of 18, you must attend the enrollment interview with an adult who is responsible for you such as a parent/guardian or carer.
  • It is preferable that all parent/guardian/carers are part of the enrolment process.

Step 3: Key documents you’ll need

Key documents you’ll need for your child’s enrolment interview:

  1. Your birth certificate if born in Australia
  2. Your child’s passport and visa if born outside Australia
  3. Your child’s last two school reports
  4. Your child’s Medicare card
  5. The name, address and phone number of a contact person other than a parent or guardian e.g. grandparent, aunt, uncle, a close family friend who could be contacted should we be unable to contact the child’s parent/guardian in an emergency
  6. Information from a medical practitioner regarding any medical condition and medication required. Medical conditions may include, but are not limited to; allergies, epilepsy, psychological or other conditions or any other condition that may manifest at school
  7. Information regarding any diagnosed learning needs including assessments.
  8. Your child’s immunisation certificate or evidence you have been immunised.