We welcome students at our key entry levels of Early Learning, Year 5 and Year 7. If vacancies allow, it may be possible to enrol in other years.
Girls and boys commencing in the Early Learning Centre should turn three or four years of age by 1 February in their year of entry.
Steps to Enrol
There are four steps to joining us at Fintona:
Applications for entry to Fintona, from the Early Learning Centre (comprising 3 year old and 4 year old Kindergarten) to Year 12, can be made online. An application is a pre-requisite for enrolment but does not guarantee a place. A non-refundable Application Fee of $150 (inclusive of GST) is payable before placement on the waiting list. Payments can be made via our secure payment system.
Priority of admission to Fintona is as follows:
- Siblings of current students
- Siblings of past students
- Children of past students
- Children of permanent staff members
Within each group, applications are ordered on the basis of application date.
Applications are reviewed by the Registrar 18-24 months prior to the year of entry. The Registrar’s Office will contact you regarding your application and, if there is a position available, will arrange an interview with the Principal, the Head of the Early Learning Centre or Head of Junior Campus, as appropriate. All enrolments are subject to the outcome of the enrolment interview.
Upon a successful interview, an Enrolment Letter of Offer will be made. A non-refundable enrolment fee is payable upon acceptance of this offer. The fee is $1,000 for entry into the Early Learning Centre and $1,800 for Prep to Year 12.
A Confirmation of Place Fee is also required. A rebate of the Confirmation of Place Fee will be applied to the first Tuition Fee account.
In the year before entry you will receive an invitation to attend an orientation day.
Start your enrolment
Send an enquiry, book a tour or complete an online application for entry from Early Learning to Year 12.
Fintona is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. Fintona is bound by Victorian Privacy laws – the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Victoria) and Health Records Act 2001. Please take some time to read through this statement and understand our position on privacy.