What are your intake years?

Our main intake years are Kindergarten, Year 1, Year 5, Year 6 and Year 7, as well as places in Years 7 and 8 for boarding students. Occasionally, places become available in other years.

What are the fees?

On what basis are places offered at St Mary's?

Applications are processed in date order, with places allocated to boarders, siblings of current students and daughters of Old Girls first. As demand for places is very high we advise that you register your interest well in advance of your daughter's expected entry year.

Specifically, for those enrolling their children for Kindergarten and Year 1, the date of application refers to the number of days since birth. For students applying for places in later years, applications are processed on the date of application.We strongly recommend that you enrol your daughter as early as possible by completing the Application for Enrolment Form.**

How do I enrol my daughter at St Mary's?

Please complete our Enrolment Application Form.**

Do I have to complete a separate Enrolment Application Form for each child?

Yes, a separate Application for Enrolment Form and Application Fee must be submitted for each child.**

Will my daughter have to take an entrance exam to secure a place at St Mary's?

No she will not. However, compulsory testing for all students with confirmed places for Years 7 and 8 takes place towards the end of October in the year prior to their arrival at St Mary's (whether they are currently attending St Mary's or attending for the first time). This testing is used to provide the initial academic profile of all students entering Year 7 and 8 and as a guide for the organisation of classes. This testing day follows the compulsory Orientation Day for all Year 7 and 8 students.

If, after our initial application, we change our preferred year of entry, does this mean we will go to the bottom of the waiting list?

No, we will continue to use your initial application date.

How many students are in the school?

We have over 1400 students, consisting of approximately 1000 in the Senior School and 400 in the Junior School.

Can I come to look around the school?

Families are invited to come to look around the school at our Open Mornings which are held four times a year (February, May, August and October).

The Open Mornings are advertised in the local press and on this website in the Enrolments section. If, however, you are unable to attend an upcoming Open Morning, please contact our Registrar who may be able to arrange an alternative time for you.

What are the class sizes?

Kindergarten:  20 girls
Pre-primary: 20 girls
Years 1 - 3: 24 girls
Years 4 - 6: 26 girls
Years 7 - 10: 25 girls
Years 11 - 12: 20 girls

In Years 9 - 12, many classes are often smaller than listed above.

What do St Mary's girls do once they've completed Year 12?

The vast majority of Year 12s will go on to attend university. Most attend the University of Western Australia, some will study interstate, and a handful will study overseas. Each year, the May edition of the Fideliter outlines the destinations of our most recent graduates.

Find out more about our school's performance.

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