How to Enrol

Trinity Anglican College accept applications into any year level throughout the entire school year and enrolment offers given as places become available.


Kindergarten 2022 enrolments are open. Submit your application to to receive a student interview in June / July 2021

If you wish to book an interview for your child commencing Kindergarten next year, please click here, and use the code qhk6j to secure your interview.

Our largest annual intake is into Kindergarten with the cohort separated into four classes situated in the Infants Centre, each with a capacity of 25 students. Kindergarten Tours will be conducted in Term 2 and parents will be notified once application forms have been submitted.

Year 7

Year 7 has been a popular way to enter the College if you have your children at stand-alone primary schools. However, with the growth of the College, the number of positions being offered in Year 7 is reducing each year. This is due to our guarantee to our current students holding a place in the senior school and offer the remaining positions to families outside the College community.

Enrolling your child in Year 5 or 6 allows students to utilise Trinity’s transitioning methods that our current students are exposed to prior to beginning senior school. Laptops provided in class, exposure to a variety of teaching staff across dynamic lessons and locker bays are among some methods used to assist in eliminating the culture shock of the beginning senior school whilst securing a position prior to Year 7.

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Age Requirements
Trinity Anglican College – Children should turn 5 years old by 31 March in the year that they start school in Kindergarten (NSW).

Enrolment Criteria 
Trinity Anglican College is an open entry school.
At the discretion of the Principal some applications may be given preference on the basis of criteria such as:

  • Having a sibling currently or having had a sibling previously at Trinity Anglican College;
  • Transfers from interstate or overseas schools similar to Trinity Anglican College;
  • Transfers from other schools of the Anglican Schools Commission;
  • Children of full-time permanent teaching staff;
  • Children or grandchildren of former students of Trinity Anglican College;
  • Children of Anglican priests or pastors
  • Potential to perform at an exceptional standard academically or in other areas of the school program; and
  • Returning students who were offered priority at the time of departure.
Enrolment Policy
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International Students

The international student homestay program is administered by Anglican Schools Commission (ASC) International.

ASC International is committed to providing a first-class education that gives students the opportunity to share their cultures, values and experiences. Their International services and programs are designed to follow a student’s journey throughout their time within the program.

The ASC International team will be with students every step of the way to help them create memorable experiences and lifelong friendships.

Trinity Anglican College CRICOS code = 03801J.
For more information on the opportunities offered by ASC International, please contact them directly.