Enrolment Scheme/School Zone
In 2001 the school implemented an enrollment scheme, which restricted the school to a managed roll of approximately 209 students. This zone was introduced in response to a mandate from the Ministry of Education to ensure the school will not be overcrowded.
The school has established a zone that borders the Ashley River to the North, Main Drain Rd , McRoberts Rd to the South, Lehmans Road to the East and Springbank to the West.
People living within these boundaries have an automatic right to attend the school. Students outside this boundary must apply in our regular enrollment applications. When demand is greater than the school can accommodate the Board of Trustees holds a ballot to allocate placements.
The priority order is listed below.
According to the school policy and the Education Act 1989, the following applies.:
1st priority - siblings of students already enrolled in the school
2nd priority - children with siblings who have attended the school
3rd priority - children of Board member
4th priority - all other children.
School pupil rolls are notoriously difficult to predict. Parents move, change jobs and make decisions well outside of the school’s predictions. For this reason each term the school will review its figures and decide on whether new applications will be invited.