Thank you for considering Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School for your child’s education.
HOW TO ENROL
Thank you for taking the time to consider enrolling at Glenaeon.
- Attend a School Tour
- Lodge Application for Enrolment with documentation and fee of $385
- Interview arranged if place available
- Enrolment offer made
- Offer accepted and enrolment fee of $2,250 submitted
- Closing date for Kindergarten - June 30 of the year before entry, please contact registrar after this date
- Closing date for Year 7 – April 10 two years before entry (when the child is in Year 5), please contact Registrar before applying after this date
Download Application Forms for new students:
K–12 Enrolment Application Form
Download Application Forms for Existing students:
Thank you for taking the time to consider enrolling at Glenaeon. We look forward to meeting you at our next Tour.
For further information or questions please email our Registrar or phone +61 2 9932 2325
2020 TUITION FEES
Download the 2020 Tuition Fees which outline the Fee Structure, Fee Schedule, Sibling Discounts, Payment Options and More. This document should be read in conjunction with the School Enrolment Policy.
DIRECT DEBIT AUTHORITY FORM
To make payments easier for all involved, we have a Direct Debit payment option. You can authorise Glenaeon to make direct debit payments by filling out the form below.
For Kindergarten - Year 12 applications, a non-refundable, non-transferable fee of $385 (which includes GST) per student must accompany the Enrolment Application. This application does not guarantee enrolment but ensures your details are on our database for future communication.
For Preschool applications, a non-refundable, non-transferable fee of $55 (which includes GST) per student must accompany the Enrolment Application. This application does not guarantee enrolment but ensures your details are on our database for future communication.
For further information or questions please contact our Registrar
Glenaeon offers scholarships for new and existing students in our Middle and Senior Schools.
Scholarships reflect our ethos of making our education as accessible as possible.
Students benefit from the opportunity to experience the unique qualities of a Glenaeon education, and the school benefits by attracting students of potential and character to be part of our community.
The number of Scholarships will vary from year to year. Scholarships will offer remission of a range of part and full tuition fees, but do not include the Class Activity Fee, co-curricular fees or other outlayed curriculum fees which are payable.
All scholarship students will have their progress reviewed annually.
Please note that scholarship applications for 2019 have now closed.
Scholarship applications for Year 7, 2020 open October 10, 2019.
Closing date for Year 7, 2020 scholarships is February 28, 2020.
Award of scholarships will be based on:
- the merit of the written applications
- an assessment (Year 7 only)
- an interview.
The school assessment for Year 7 will be held in May and will assess Writing, Humanities and Mathematics. Interviews and auditions will be held later in May and June. The results and award of the scholarships will be communicated to applicants in writing by June 30.
Awarding of Scholarships will be at the Head of School’s discretion. All details of applications and the award of scholarships will be held in strictest confidence.
SYLVIA BROSE ALL ROUNDER SCHOLARSHIP (FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP) YEAR 7 ENTRY
Generous donors to the Glenaeon Foundation Scholarship Fund enable Glenaeon School to provide a means-tested Scholarship to students who could otherwise not afford to attend the school.
This scholarship reflects the legacy of our school’s founder Sylvia Brose OAM, and we seek applicants who can commit with enthusiasm to the Glenaeon ethos of inspired learning, artistic sensibility and service to others.
Families will be required to provide financial information showing that meeting the cost of school fees makes an enrolment exceptionally difficult. This information will be treated in the strictest confidence.
The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of:
- Academic assessment reflected in school reports and student work (weighting of 50%) plus an entrance assessment to be conducted at the school;
- General all-round ability indicated in a personal Curriculum Vitae and demonstrated outstanding skills in at least two of the following (weighting of 50%)
- Visual Arts
- Community service
- Wilderness activities
Applications must include:
- A handwritten letter of no more than two A4 pages outlining your interests: give some details about activities in which you have been involved over the past two years and why you enjoy them.
- Your two most recent school reports.