Tours – College tours are conducted by an Assistant Principal during Term 1, with our Open Night being held late in Term 1.

Tour bookings https://brightonsc.vic.edu.au/bsc-school-tours/

Year 7 Enrolment

The Department of Education and Training (DET) sets a timeline and process for all DET primary and secondary schools to follow. Applications from families at an Independent or Catholic School should contact the college registrar for the Application for Year 7 Placement form (available from the start of Term 2)

Tours – February to early April – dates and bookings are on our website

Term 2 – at the start of term, Primary Schools will provide the Application for Year 7 Placement form to families; this is to be returned to the primary school. This includes a copy of the timeline dates

DET (Department of Education) policy states that “student testing or interviews must not occur prior to Year 7 placement offers being accepted by families”; this includes testing for our SEAL program.

Therefore, if you are intending to apply for the SEAL program at Brighton, you should list Brighton Secondary College as your first preference on the placement form received from your primary school. All students receiving an offer for Year 7 2024 from Brighton will be invited to register for our SEAL test (conducted at the college on Tuesday 22nd August).

Our test date is inline with the DET policy, please see the SEAL information page to register your child for the test.

May to July – the primary and secondary schools work together to ensure all students have a confirmed place for 2024

August to December – enrolments finalised; information provided to families and late applications accepted for review

December – Year 7 Transition sessions held

Year 8 – 12 Enrolment

Brighton Secondary College’s designated zone can be found on https://www.findmyschool.vic.gov.au/

Entry into Years 8 – 12 is by application direct to the college. Initial contact should be made by phone (03 9592 7488) or email to the college registrar (registrar@brightonsc.vic.edu.au). Applicants will be asked to complete an Expression of Interest form which includes a list of documents required.

Brighton Secondary College follows the DET placement policy for all enrolments, including applications for students not currently residing in the zone.

International Student Enrolments (International Student Visa or eVisitor visa)

All applications are to be made initially through the Department of Education and Training; https://www.study.vic.gov.au or email international@education.vic.gov.au

Comprehensive information regarding our International Student Program in on our website https://brightonsc.vic.edu.au/international-student-program