2024 Enrolment Inquiries
To express your intention for enrolment at Point Cook Senior Secondary College, please fill out the enrolment enquiry via the button below. Once you have submitted this information, a staff member will be in contact with you within 10 working days.
Please note that this page is for expressions of interest only. Completing this form does not guarantee your child enrolment at Point Cook Senior Secondary College.
Prior to filling in an enrolment inquiry, we ask that you check findmyschool.vic.gov.au to ensure that you are living within our school zone. Please note that applications from outside of our school zone will not be accepted.
Enrolment at Point Cook Senior Secondary College is subject to a range of factors:
Satisfactory completion of previous year;
Capacity of the college to meet the learner's needs.
Please see attached file below:
Please note that Point Cook Senior Secondary College are unable to provide your child with a placement for Year 11 and Year 12 VCE Vocational Major (formerly known as VCAL). Students wishing to enrol with us in Year 11 and Year 12 in 2024 will only be offered a VCE placement.
2024 Year 10 Enrolments
Point Cook Senior Secondary College warmly welcomes you and your child to join us at the college in Year 10 for 2024. We ask that you fill in all documentation below, and return it to the school as soon as possible, in order to guarantee your child a place in their subject choices for next year. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the school, and we look forward to meeting you and your child soon.
Forms required to be returned to school office by 11th August 2023
Proof of child's birth (Birth certificate or Passport)
Copy of child's Visa (if applicable)
Proof of residential address (meeting the 100 points of ID requirements)
Copy of child's most recent school report
Enrolment Information forms
BYOD Scheme 2024
Aspire is a select entry program exclusive to PCSSC. The program aims to explicitly teach students metacognitive strategies necessary to be successful in VCE and university.
In this learning space, students learn how to study effectively by implementing note-taking strategies that they utilise in their studies. They also learn how to work collaboratively with other students in order to solve common challenges from their classes. Aspire students view teachers as ‘discussion leaders’ and are taught to take charge of their learning by challenging ideas and sharing learning with their peers.
Successful Aspire applicants are required to undertake an accelerated VCE subject of their choice.
Aspirational students performing at the standard AusVELS level are encouraged to apply. Selection is based on a written application and interview.
Point Cook Senior’s school uniform design and policies were created with the input of our students and community. The compulsory aspects of the uniform are:
1. Any enclosed black appropriate school shoe.
2. Socks must be plain white or navy blue and must cover the ankle bone. During Terms Two and Three students have the option of wearing navy blue or black tights.
3. Ties are to be worn at all times (except for students wearing summer dresses), except when students are directed to remove them in the case of warm weather.
4. If a hijab is worn, it must be white, maroon, black or navy blue. When a hijab is worn the student can then be excused from wearing a college tie. A long skirt in the uniform colours is available but must be ordered, no other colour should be worn.
Due to the requirement to ensure student safety from the sun a hat is recommended to be worn at any time that students are exposed to the sun.
All levels of the college community have been consulted in the selection of uniform and it will be checked on a daily basis. Students who fail to meet the uniform requirements will face a range of sanctions included in the Uniform Code which may include being asked to return home to change.
Our school uniform can be found at Noone in Hoppers Crossing, the list of our uniform items as well as prices can be found here.
Second hand uniform donations are always appreciated. If you are seeking to donate items to the school, we ask that you drop the cleaned uniform off at our front office.
Any family facing financial difficulty in supplying the uniform should contact the college directly so that support, if available, can be provided.