- How many students at Brigidine College St Ives?
- What are your intake years?
- When is Open Day?
- Do you conduct tours of the College?
- Where do most Brigidine students come from?
- What public transport is available for students?
- Do you accept non-Catholic students?
- When should I apply for my daughter?
- What are the hours of the College day?
- What is the College uniform and how is it purchased?
- Where can I obtain a copy of the College Annual Report?
How many students at Brigidine College St Ives?
The College has a current enrolment of approximately 900 students.
What are your intake years?
Students are usually enrolled to enter Brigidine College St Ives in Year 7. The College accepts applications for entry to other years and offers are extended subject to the availability of places. For more information see Enrolment Process or contact the Enrolments Manager, Kathy Giuffrida on 9988 6283.
When is Open Day?
The date for Open Day is held each year on a weekday afternoon from 3.30pm to 6pm. The date is published on the website under Open Day and Tours.
Do you conduct tours of the College?
The Registrar conducts regular tours of the College starting from the reception area at 9:15am and take approximately an hour. Tour dates are updated on the website and bookings are essential. Please contact the Enrolments Manager on email@example.com to confirm a place.
Where do most Brigidine students come from?
Most students come to Brigidine from the North Shore, Forest area, the Northern Beaches and Ryde district.
What public transport is available for students?
Direct bus services are available from the North Shore, Ryde, Northern Beaches and Forest areas. The buses connect to rail services at Gordon and Pymble stations. Brigidine has Private Bus service routes to Avalon, Cromer/Collaroy and Seaforth/Balgowlah. For more transport information see College Access on our website or call telephone 131 500.
Do you accept non-Catholic students?
Brigidine College St Ives is an Independent Catholic School. High consideration is given to baptised Catholics and families with an existing relationship with the College. Students from a non-Catholic background are welcome to apply. Over 30% of our students come from a non-catholic background. At all times the College seeks a congruence of values between the school and home.
When should I apply for my daughter?
It is never too early to apply! To be considered for a possible interview it is strongly advised that applications for Year 7 are submitted at least three years prior to the year of enrolment. Applications submitted less than two years prior to the commencement year will be placed onto a waitlist. See our website for more detail about our Enrolment Process.
What are the hours of the College day?
The College starts at 8.25am and concludes at 3.27pm. There are 6 teaching periods throughout the day.
What is the College uniform and how is it purchased?
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Where can I obtain a copy of the College Annual Report?
A copy of the College Annual Report is available for download.