Enrolment & Fees
Including in Area Streets
Local Enrolment Applications:
Local Enrolment Applications are made through the local primary school during term three each year. If you are a local student who is at a non-government school, or has just moved into the area, then application forms are available from the school office. Proof of local residency is required.
In area streets:Click here to see the full list of in area streets.
Non-Local Enrolment Application:
Following the general principles outlined in the DEC Procedures for Secondary School Enrolment Transition from Year 6 to Year 7 all children are entitled to seek to be enrolled at the local secondary school that is the designated intake area within which the childs’ home is situated and that the child is eligible to attend. The Education Act 1990 Section 21B states that all children must attend school between the ages of six and the minimum school leaving age. Students seeking to enrol should have an application to enrol in a NSW Government School completed on their behalf. Parents/Carers only have priority in their local school. At Ku-ring-gai Creative Arts High School the primary criteria for acceptance of non-local enrolments (as specified in DEC Procedures for Secondary School Enrolment) will include the availability of appropriate staff and permanent classroom accommodation.
The following criteria have been established for non-local students wishing to enrol at Ku-ring-gai High School.
Other considerations include success in applying for the enrichment class, school structure and organisation, siblings already enrolled at the school, compassionate/special circumstances, access to co-educational school, proximity and access to the school, and the availability and combination of subjects.Should it be necessary to form a placement panel (only when places are limited), the placement Panel will consist of the Principal, a staff member (where possible the relevant Year Adviser) a member of the P&C to consider and make recommendations on all non-local enrolment applications. Decisions made by the placement panel will be provided in writing to the parents/carers. Parents/carers have the right to appeal and can do so in writing to the Principal. A waiting list will be established for students who are unsuccessful in the first instance and this waiting list will remain valid for one year.
Fees and Contributions:
Fees and contributions are charged at the beginning of each year and vary from year to year. For a complete guide to the Fee Schedule for 2017 please click here.
For each year group you will find the relevant information in the following PDF documents:
If you have any more questions about the school Fee Schedule please contact the School Administration Manager for more details.
Payment Portal (POP)
All school fees and contributions can be made through the Parent Payment Portal online. Simply click here.
Or you can contact the office directly for other payment options.
Change of Details
If at any time a student has changed details please contact the school, fill out and return the following form:
Ku-ring-gai High School has a proud tradition of encouraging students to be global citizens and of welcoming international and exchange students. Our original motto of 'Harmony in Diversity' reflects the variety of cultural backgrounds we embrace at our school.
If your child has a temporary visa or visitor visa you will first need to apply to enrol by contacting the temporary residents program who will give you forms to bring to the school.
For more information about how to gain a placement (enrolment) at KHS, please contact the International Student Centre.
International Student Centre,