Loreto Toorak is committed to an open enrolment policy that is consistent with our Statement of Philosophy and all applicable State and Commonwealth Laws, including anti-discrimination, equal opportunity, privacy and immunisation legislation.
We are a non-select entry school and students are accepted in date of application order with preference given to current families. We are not registered with Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) so are unable to enrol international students on a student visa. Applicants must hold Australian Citizenship or a Permanent Residency. Families holding a Visa must be able to provide documentation.
Completion of an Application Form and Fee (Stage 1 of the Enrolment Process) will not guarantee a place at Loreto Toorak. Applicants will be placed on an Application List and contacted closer to the date of enrolment.
Changes to an applicant’s contact and application details must be advised to the Admissions Office via email to ensure the School can make contact to progress enrolment applications. Failure to do this may result in a student’s application being cancelled.
A request to defer or change the student's initial year of entry will result in a new date of application and a new place on the Application List.
Students coming from overseas will be assessed by Loreto Toorak staff or an independent outside provider to determine the appropriate year level of entry.
All Application/Enrolment Fees are non-refundable.
Educational Services Schedule
Loreto Toorak provides for the benefit of the student the following Services it considers appropriate in accordance with the curriculum as determined from time to time. This includes course offerings, including curricular and Co-curricular (programs), teaching methods and processes affecting students.
Schedule of Education Services 2023
Terms and Conditions of Enrolment
Terms and Conditions of Enrolment
Stage One : Application Form and Fee
An application can be made by completing the online Application for Enrolment Form, together with a $200 Application Fee (non-refundable), a copy of your daughter's birth certificate and your daughter's AEAS English test results (if applicable). If your daughter was born overseas, we will require a copy of her passport, visa and citizenship certificate.
Click Apply Now to start the Application for Enrolment process online.
**We are currently full for Year 7 2025 and 2026, and have an extensive waiting list.**
Stage Two: Enrolment Information Form and Interviews
Preparatory and Year 7
The Admissions team will contact families who have applied three years prior to commencement or when a place becomes available to start the enrolment process.
Years 1- 5
The Admissions team will contact families who have applied two years prior to commencement to start the enrolment process when a place is available.
All other Year Levels
The Admissions team will contact families who have applied six months prior to commencement to start the enrolment process when a place becomes available.
Families from each year level will be required to complete an Enrolment Information Form and provide copies of their daughters’ two most recent school reports (excluding Preparatory entry). Enrolment interviews for Years 1-6 and 8-12 will be scheduled prior to a formal offer of a place. Interviews are held for Preparatory and Year 7 students as part of their School transition process approximately mid-year, prior to entry.
Stage Three: Acceptance of Offer and Payment
Once an offer has been signed and payment of the non-refundable Enrolment Fee ($1,400) has been received, a confirmation from the Admissions Team will be forwarded confirming your child's enrolment.
Student Code of Conduct
Community Code of Conduct
Stage Four: Commencement Fee
A commencement fee of $2,000 (non-refundable) will be invoiced in May the year prior to commencement and will be credited against school fees in the year of entry.
The commencement fee is non-refundable should the student not commence at the School or the family choose to defer commencement.
Stage Five: Orientation and Transition
Details regarding Orientation will be communicated in Term 3 the year prior to commencement.
Students with confirmed places will participate the year prior to commencement in Education Testing which enables the School to determine your child’s academic needs.
Loreto Welcomes Program
The Loreto Welcomes Program focuses on welcoming new families into the Loreto Toorak community, as well as extending support and any assistance required, initially and throughout the year.
Loreto Welcomes is a collaborative effort between the School and parents, aimed at promoting a spirit of participation and mutual support. Our Loreto Welcomes families act as a working committee of the Parents’ Association, and will contact new families prior to commencement.
Loreto Welcomes Program operates at each year level from Preparatory – Year 12.