Frequently Asked Questions
There is a non-refundable application fee of $55 inclusive of GST.
We recommend that you lodge your application at least 24 months prior to the start of the school year to avoid the likelihood of securing a place being significantly reduced.
No. Attending a tour of the College is not a requirement.
However, we do extend tour invitations to all future parents and students as a way to give them an insight to our College, view the facilities and meet some key staff members.
The timing of interviews depends on when your application was submitted. Generally, applicants are provided with an update at the start of each year.
Interviews with prospective students and parents are conducted throughout the school year and may be done up to three years in advance.
Yes. All new students will be provided with an orientation to familiarise themselves with the College grounds as well as meet their peers, enabling them to start forming connection and friendships.
Typically, there will be an Orientation morning held prior to commencement for all new students.
For new incoming Year 7 students, their Orientation Day takes place in November each year where students who will be commencing at our College the following year are welcomed for their first experience as High School students.
As part of that same Orientation Day, our College Counsellors also host a workshop for the new Year 7 students’ parents, where they too will get the opportunity to familiarise themselves with our facilities, policies, key points of contacts and what to expect for the year ahead.
We run group tours during the school term subject to staff availability. Visit our Book a Tour page to view available dates and to register for a tour.
We also host events and other activities throughout the year that provide an opportunity prospective students and family members a chance to visit our College. When dates for these activities are finalise, details will be shared through a range of communication channels including our website, Facebook and Instagram.
La Salle College welcomes all students. As a Catholic College, we adopt Catholic Education Western Australia’s enrolment priorities.
You can learn more by reviewing our Enrolment Policy.
The Schedule of Fees and Charges can be found here.
While La Salle College looks favourably upon the siblings of existing students, it doesn’t guarantee a place. The suitability and merit of prospective student and parents are still considered during the application and interview process in line with Catholic Education Western Australia’s Enrolment Policy’s enrolment priorities.
La Salle College has approximately 1,400 students across Years 7 to 12 and more than 200 staff members.
La Salle College is a ‘one device per student’ school. Parents are required to supply students with a Windows 10 laptop device with certain minimum specifications with all students having access to the College’s Office 365 tenant and a free copy of Microsoft Office.
Yes. There are six (6) bus stops along the front entrance of the College on Muriel Street.
We work closely with Transperth and the School Bus Service to maintain and improve our College’s accessibility via buses. You can visit the Transperth website for the most up-to-date bus routes to get to our college. Parents of existing students will be also able to find additional information on the Parent Hub.