Key entry points at Masada College are generally children aged two to five (enrolled into
Masada Cottage early learning centre) as well as Year K and Year 7. Students from all years are
enrolled throughout the year pending availability and an interview.
An application form is required for each student wishing to enter Masada College. Subject to
availability, an offer will be made according to the date of application, whether there are
siblings of the student already at the school, whether the parents are alumni, if the
student is a child of a staff member, as well as the suitability of the applicants.
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Come and see what makes Masada College the H.I.V.E of potential
Click ‘Book a tour’ below for a personal tour of our facilities with our Head of Enrolments.
Download a Prospectus
Download your copy of the Prospectus to find out more about how Masada College:
• Nurtures our children’s individual strengths, ensuring each becomes a stronger part of
• Gives children the edge they need for tomorrow
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Do you have a question? We would love to hear from you.
Masada College welcomes international students from around the globe. Our school is open
to any faith. It’s part of the inclusive Jewish culture and a core value of the H.I.V.E.
Masada is a CRICOS registered provider (00401E) for a limited number of Full Fee Paying
Overseas Students (FFPOS).
All full fee paying international students require a student visa to attend school in Australia.
This does not include Australian or New Zealand citizens, those carrying permanent or
temporary resident visas or refugees.
Evidence of English language proficiency will be required and applicants will be asked to
sit for the Australian Education Assessment Services (AEAS) testing, either in their own
country or in Australia.
To find out more about our international students and how they thrive at Masada College, just fill out an enquiry form and our enrolments officer will get back to you.
Masada College has a variety of scholarships and conditional funding available to
Registration for the 2019 Year 5 and 6 High Potential Learner Scholarships is now open: These provide the recipient with a 50% discount on tuition fees until the completion of Year 8. High Potential Learner Scholarships are awarded based on the results of the examination held at Masada College on Tuesday 4th September, 2018.
To register for the 2019 High Potential Learner Scholarship exam please CLICK HERE. For further information please contact Karen Forrai on (02) 9449 3744.
Torah High: Scholarships to our innovative Torah High are available. For more info, please contact email@example.com.
Year 7 Scholarships:
We offer both Academic and All Rounder scholarships that provide the recipients with 50% discount on tuition fees from Year 7 to 10.
Year 10 Scholarships: These are sat by external Year 9 students (when
enrolment and application numbers warrant) in September and recipients have tuition fees for Years 10, 11 and 12 reduced by 50% per annum.
Year 11 Scholarships: These are sat by external Year 10 students (when
enrolment and application numbers warrant) in September and recipients have tuition fees for Years 11 and 12 reduced by 60% per annum.
Hebrew Scholarships: These are available to students who fit the
financial criteria and who have a strong competency in Hebrew, in year groups where there are vacancies.
All scholarships require parents to cover the mandatory extras for each child and per
family, which includes the security levy and the capital improvement levy.
Contact the Enrolments Office for further information.
How to apply
Parents considering enrolling their children are encouraged to make an appointment to
tour the campus. Click here to book your tour.
Alternatively, click ‘Request Information Pack’ below and we’ll post you everything
you need to know, including the application form, current fees and prospectus.
Lodge an application
An application form is also available by contacting Masada College’s Enrolments
Once completed, the following items should be included with the application:
- A photocopy of your child’s last two school reports
- A non-refundable application fee of AUD $150 for local students and AUD $300 for
- Evidence of English language proficiency IELTS or AEAS (International students
- A photocopy of your child’s birth certificate
Accept a place
Once you accept your child’s place, a non-refundable entrance fee is required to secure your position.
Masada Cottage ELC:
Monday to Thursday 7:30am to 6.00pm
Friday 7.30am – 6.00pm (Friday 5 January – Friday 30 March 2018) and (Friday 13 October to Friday 7 December 2018)
Friday 7.30am – 4.15pm (Friday 6 April – Friday 5 October 2018)
8.30am-3.30pm – Mon-Thurs
8.30am-3.00pm – Fri
8:15am – 3:40 pm Monday to Thursday
8:15am – 3:00 pm Friday
Primary Torah Stream:
Monday – Thursday 7:45am – 3:30pm
Friday 7:45am – 3:00pm
Conveniently located on Sydney’s picturesque North Shore, Masada College is easily accessible via public or private transport. With Pymble Train Station just seven minutes away and Gordon Station even closer (six minutes away), as well as a host of public buses which traverse the length and breadth of the North Shore, stopping conveniently close to the College Campus, there’s no reason for your child to miss out on their opportunity to attend a school of educational excellence. We’ve even got a private bus that transports our students to and from school safely and quickly – find an option that suits you below or get in contact and we’ll make a plan that suits you and your family.
As Masada College is a private school, our fees range from about $3,000 per term and vary according to the Year. To see our fees in detail, please click here:
Whole school fee structure
Masada Cottage fee structure
International student fee structure
*Friday times vary slightly according to the season
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