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#1 Posted : Saturday, 17 October 2020 1:00:47 PM(UTC)
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Can I enrol my child at a school outside of your designated neighbourhood zone?

You have the choice to enrol your child at a school outside of your designated neighbourhood zone. The school may accept this enrolment as long as it has enough space.

Designated neighbourhood Government school
Designated neighbourhood Government schools are generally the government school closest in proximity to the student’s permanent residential address. It is usually the nearest government school in a straight line from the child’s permanent residential address.

You have a right of enrolment at your designated neighbourhood Government school. This is the school within your zone.
Parents and carers with children living outside a school’s zone still have the choice to request enrolment at their preferred government school, subject to school capacity.

Find your school - school zone here

Q&A:

Q: Why is my designated neighbourhood Government school not in my suburb?  A: School zones are not defined by suburban boundaries. 
Designated neighbourhood Government schools are usually the nearest school to your home address. In metropolitan areas, and in Ballarat, Bendigo or Geelong, this is defined on a straight-line measurement from your house to the closest government school. In regional areas, your designated neighbourhood Government school is measured by the shortest practicable route.

See more information here.

Edited by user Saturday, 17 October 2020 1:01:42 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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