Enrolment application forms are overseen by the government primary schools. If your child is at a Catholic or independent primary school you can collect an enrolment form from the start of Term Two from our reception at the Bayview Campus. Only enrolment forms from non-government school students will be directly accepted to Williamstown High School.
The Department of Education and Training (DET) has determined the enrolment priorities for all government schools. Williamstown High School adheres to these priorities and enrolment positions will be offered
according to the following:
˚ Students for whom Williamstown High School is the nearest neighbourhood school.
˚ Students with a sibling at the same permanent address who are attending the school at the same time.
˚ Students seeking enrolment on specific curriculum grounds.
˚ All other students in order of closeness of their home to the school.
˚ In exceptional circumstances, compassionate grounds.
The permanent residential address is defined as where the student is living with their own family. It does not include staying with another relative, friend or a business address.
Enquiries can be made to;
Rachel Roberts, Transition Coordinator
Email: email@example.com Phone: 9399 9228
Selected Entry Accelerated Learning Program (SEALP)
We provide a Select Entry Accelerated Learning Program
for students who have exceptional academic ability. Once students have accepted their offer of enrolment at Williamstown High School, via the Department’s Priority Order of Placement, they will be invited to sit for the SEAL program. Selection is based on competitive testing and
an interview process. As a member of The Academy of Accredited SEAL Schools (TAASS) we maintain the tradition and high standards of like-minded students developing academically, socially and emotionally.
We provide opportunities for SEAL students to accelerate through secondary school and to undertake challenging learning experiences, which are tailored to deliver outstanding academic achievement.
– We emphasis higher order thinking and independent learning and research.
– Our curriculum is compacted so the mainstream Year 7 – 10 program is covered in a 3-year period via a comprehensive and specific SEAL Program.
– Enrichment is provided by broadening content, understanding, experience and skills to a level appropriate to the students’ proximal zone of development.
– Extension leads to in depth study and the integration and application of knowledge at a higher level.
– Students begin to undertake VCE units at Year 10 in order to maximise flexibility, depth and breadth in their VCE program.
– Exemplary students may have an opportunity to complete a first year university subject in Year 12.
Enquiries can be made to;
Liz Lorenc, SEAL Program Coordinator
Email: Liz.Lorenc@education.vic.gov.au Phone: 9399 9228