How to Enrol

Enrolment Officer Mrs Brenda Valk
Email: b.valk@sanctamaria.school.nz
Phone: 09 274 4081 ext 257

The closing date for 2021 enrolments has been extended from 29 May to 3pm Friday 19 June, 2020.

Info for tours:

We are aware that there are a number of prospective families who are keen to tour the Sancta Maria College campus before submitting their applications on 19 June. Covid 19 restrictions made it impossible to hold our scheduled Open Day and have meant up until this point group, tours have been difficult.

We are very happy to be able to offer some tour times for small groups next week. These tours will give you an opportunity to see the school in action. If you would like to tour the College please complete this tour survey and you will receive an email confirming the date and time of your tour.

If you are unable to make a tour but have questions about enrolment please contact Mrs Brenda Valk (Enrolments Officer – b.valk@sanctamaria.school.nz). Alternatively if you have questions about the general life at the College please contact Mrs Courtenay Kilpatrick (Deputy Principal: Year 7-10 Curriculum – c.kilpatrick@sanctamaria.school.nz).

 

Priority of Enrolment

Sancta Maria College has a Ministry of Education approved enrolment scheme that has clearly defined priorities of enrolment. Please see the description below for identified boundaries.

NOTE: Incomplete Application Forms that do not include all required information will not be processed and will be returned. Please identify the category under which you are making application – tick each box and attach a photocopy (no originals).

Please click here to download the application form
Please click here to download the priest preference form
Please click here to download the enrolment instructions booklet

Priority 1 – In-Zone Catholic Students attending:

Our Lady Star of the Sea School, St Marks School,
Sancta Maria Catholic Primary School

Preference form signed by Priest
Baptism Cert
Evidence of residential address (eg Power Account)
Medical Form completed


Priority 2 – Out of Zone Catholic Students attending:

Our Lady Star of the Sea School, St Marks School,
Sancta Maria Catholic Primary School

Preference form signed by Priest
Baptism Cert
Medical Form completed

Priority 3 – Other In-Zone Catholic Students NOT attending:

Our Lady Star of the Sea School, St Marks School,
Sancta Maria Catholic Primary School

Preference form signed by Priest
Baptism Cert
Student’s most recent school report in your possession (Year 8-13 ONLY)
Medical Form completed


Priority 4 – Out of  Zone Catholic Students

Preference form signed by Priest
Baptism Cert
Student’s most recent school report in your possession (Year 8-13 ONLY)
Medical Form completed


Priority 5 – In-Zone Non Catholic Students

Evidence of residential address (eg Power Account)
Student’s most recent school report in your possession (Year 8-13 ONLY)
Medical Form completed


Priority 6 – Out of Zone Non Catholic Students

Student’s most recent school report in your possession (Year 8-13 ONLY)
Medical Form completed

Zone Description

FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS 2020

The Financial Contributions for 2020 are:

Year 7-8: $1,695 per year
Year 9-13: $2,070 per year

These amounts are made up by:

Year 7-8 Attendance Dues: $448 per year incl GST
Year 9-13 Attendance Dues: $880 per year incl GST
Special Character Contribution*: $50 per year
Proprietors Contribution*: $355 per year
School Contribution Year 7-8*: $842 per year
School Contribution Year 9-13*: $785 per year

*tax deductible against personal income tax

For more information on financial contributions, please click here.

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If you’re a parent, staff member or a member of the school community and draw down a new ASB home loan of $250,000 or more, ASB will donate $500 to your chosen participating school.  See here  https://www.asb.co.nz/home-loans-mortgages/supporting-success-in-your-school.html for details.

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