注册 information for years 8-12

General information

Not all students who seek admission to The University High School can be accommodated. Parents who feel that the learning of their child would be best fostered at The University High School are invited to make an application.

It is Government policy that parents may apply for a place on behalf of their child in any Government School regardless of where they live. The University High School is held in high regard and, consequently, experiences a very heavy enrolment demand. The School is constantly liaising with the Department of Education and Training regarding the management of enrolment applications which greatly exceed the capacity of the school.

The information on this page outlines the procedures which have been adopted to process all applications in an open, consistent and equitable way. The School has an 注册 Committee that processes all applications.

Criteria for enrolment 年8-12

Places at The University High School will be allocated in the following priority order.

 


Application procedures for students going into Years 8, 9 10 and VCE

Application forms for entry into Years 8, 9, 10 will be available from the start of Term 3. Please phone 9347 2022 to request that an application form be posted to you. The applicants will be notified within two weeks of the closing date for General Entry which will be late October. All unsuccessful applicants will be advised by letter as soon as possible after this time. Applications will be considered by The 注册 Committee in the order set out below.

  1. Students for whom this is the nearest Government School to the true and permanent place of address of the student’s custodial parent or legal guardian (for which documentary proof is required). Further details of the residential criteria are included in the application for enrolment form.
  2. Siblings of currently enrolled students who will continue as students at The University High School in the same year as the enrolment year. Places will be offered based on availability and proximity of permanent residence to the School and other personal and curriculum needs.
  3. Students seeking enrolment on specific curriculum grounds (e.g. prior learning of an orchestral instrument; and/or a foreign language offered at The University High School).

The 注册 Committee may wish to interview applicants, seek referee statements from the current school and/or read the reports from the school currently attending. The head of 音乐 may arrange for 课程 (music) applicants to be auditioned.


VCE – Years 11 and 12

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音乐 placement

This school is recognised as a specialist Music School, and may be able to offer a small number of curriculum (music) places to students in Years 8 - 12. Such applicants need to include detailed evidence of musical interest and ability. Auditions may occur. Students who accept 音乐 Places also accept an obligation to participate in music activities and to study music (both theoretical and practical) to the Year 12 level.


Information for all applicants who are permanent Australian residents

The eligibility of a student to enrol in a Victorian Government School is determined by the student’s age, course of study and residential status. Students who have Australian Permanent Residency or are deemed equivalent to Australian residents are eligible for enrolment in Victorian Government Schools.

英语 as an additional language (EAL) students

Students who are recent migrants to Australia should have their language skills assessed at an 英语 Language Centre before enrolment procedures begin. The language centre will accurately assess when the student is able to attend a mainstream school.

Department of Education and Training International Education Program

University High School is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider name and code: Department of Education and Training, 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.

注册 notice

请注意: The School has been receiving applications on behalf of students not yet living in Australia. Only applications for students currently living in Australia are considered. Similarly, the School has been receiving applications on behalf of students who intend to move from interstate or other zones.

Information for Australian temporary residence applicants

Prospective applicants for a student place at The University High School who intend to enter or have entered Australia with a passport containing an Australian Visa which is a Temporary Resident Visa should contact the International Student Unit of the DEECD to obtain information about their eligibility to enrol in a Government School

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT UNIT
Department of Education and Training
GPO Box 4367 Melbourne,
Victoria 3001 Australia
Ph: + 613 9651 3700 Fax: + 613 9651 3981
电子邮件: overseas.students@edumail.vic.gov.au

School curriculum

University High School offers a sequential curriculum in Years 7-10 across the eight Key Learning Areas (KLAs)

这些是:

  • 健康
  • Technology Studies
  • 科学
  • 数学
  • 英语
  • 艺术
  • Languages 其他 Than 英语 (LOTE)
  • Studies of Society and the Environment (SOSE)
  • 运动 and Physical Education

Languages offered within the LOTE program are French, German and Latin

At the VCE level, the School provides broad curriculum diversity, with more than 30 subjects offered at Years 11 and 12. These include a number of Vocational Education and Training (VET) subjects.

The School's curriculum is structured to provide enrichment and extension opportunities. Many students in Years 10 and 11 study units normally taken at Years 11 and 12 respectively. By arrangement with the University of Melbourne, the School's academically capable VCE students can study and gain credit for first year university subjects.

Link to curriculum documents

Contact Details

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(03) 9347 2022
传真
(03) 9347 2658
办公室
77 Story Street, Parkville VICTORIA 3052
电子邮件UHS

Selection criteria for applications on specific curriculum grounds

音乐

  • The University High School has an extensive music program involving individual tuition in a range of music instruments, as well as an extensive orchestral and ensemble performance program.
  • Consideration will be given to evidence of the instrument/s played, the level of proficiency, prior learning and ongoing commitment to the study of the instrument/s.
  • This will be balanced by consideration of the School’s ability to provide appropriate tuition in a range of instruments at various levels.

其他

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注册 constraints

  • The state government neighbourhood policy supports the belief that a student’s learning and social needs are best met by attendance at their local high school. There is, therefore, a strong expectation that families that move out of the local area will enrol their child in their new neighbourhood school.
  • The school cannot guarantee enrolment of other siblings of currently enrolled out of zone students
  • High retention rates restrict enrolments at Years 8 to 12
  • Sibling curriculum and music claims can only be given consideration after all local applications have been placed
  • Applications for transfer from nearby schools on residential criteria may not be granted
 
  • 注册 applications for 7年, received after the confirmation of year 7 places has been issued by the primary schools (August) will only be considered for local residents. Applications for years 8 to 12 received after the closing date (October) cannot be guaranteed. All other applications (sibling or curriculum) received after the application closing date will be rejected.
  • The University High School curriculum policy is to support equally both LOTE subjects offered at 7年. Consequently preferred choices may not be available and a student may have to study a non preferred LOTE subject . Requests for specific LOTE subjects in Year 8, 9 and 10 are subject to availability of places in those classes.