STEP 1 Return the completed and signed Application Form with payment of the Application Fee ($150)
All offers are made in the year prior to entry. Applications for immediate enrolment are made subject to availability. Where the College is unable to offer a place the applicant’s name will be placed on a waiting list. Places are offered in strict order of receipt of Application Form and Fee. Priority is given to siblings of students currently enrolled in or who have graduated from the College and children of Masada College graduates.
STEP 2 Attend the arranged interview with the Principal or Head of School
All applicants must attend an interview with the College Principal or Head of School. Any offer of a place made before such an interview (as in the case of students applying from overseas), is conditional pending a satisfactory interview.
STEP 3 K – 12: Return the signed Offer of Enrolment and pay the Commitment Deposit
A place at Masada College is accepted with the return of the completed Offer of Enrolment Form accompanied by payment for the standard Commitment Deposit ($1000), which is deducted from the ﬁrst term’s fees and is non-refundable if the student does not take up the accepted place. Overseas students are required to pay an additional term’s fees on acceptance of their place, which will be refunded on completion of their Masada education.
Following the required interviews and receipt of the Commitment Deposit, your child’s enrolment will be conﬁrmed and information regarding the commencement of classes will be sent. In addition to the Commitment Deposit, a Bond ($500) is also required. The Bond will be included in the invoice for the ﬁrst term’s fees and is held by the College until the student graduates.
Early Learning Centre: A place at Masada College Early Learning Centre is accepted with the return of the completed offer of Enrolment accompanied by a Bond of $500. This Bond is non-refundable if the student does not take up the accepted place. Once the student has started the Bond will be held until the student graduates from the College.
Onshore enrolments are subject to reaching an appropriate level of English as determined by the College through assessments orally, aurally and in written form. The assessments take place at the time of interview, form part of the decision making process and may incur an additional charge. Offshore applications require an AEAS test to be submitted at time of application. Generally, eligibility requires an intermediate level or higher to be considered for a place at the College.
It is the expectation of Masada College, that international students who do not live with a parent(s), arrange a homestay. Masada College is happy to assist with this process.
Head of Enrolments
PO Box 235
St Ives NSW 2075
Tel. +61 2 9449 3744
Fax. +61 2 9144 3722
Cricos Provider No. 00401E