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Open Day 2021

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We are excited to announce that the College Open Day will be held on Tuesday, 16 March, from 4-7pm on the College grounds.

Our annual Open Day and Expo gives prospective students and their families the best opportunity to visit the College and see our community in action. Tour our campus, hear from the Principal, speak directly to current staff and students including our Enrolments team, see displays and performances from our faculties and many of our extra-curricular activities.

We encourage all interested prospective families to register their interest so we can notify you of the format closer to the date subject to Covid guidelines.

We look forward to seeing you there!


Final Enrolments – Year 7 2022 & limited Year 10 & 11 places

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We are currently accepting final enrolments for Year 7 2022 (students starting in Year 6 this year), with a view to holding interviews and/or making first round offers during Term 1.

Due to huge demand and our $25m campus upgrade, we also have a strictly limited number of additional places in our current Years 10 and 11.

Please contact us directly to find out more.

Read more about our Senior programs in this recent North Shore Mums website feature story.

Fee Relief during Covid-19

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The Diocese of Broken Bay (DBB) is committed to supporting families as the impact of Covid-19 continues to be felt in the community.

St Leo’s and the Diocese are aware of the financial strain that Cover-19 is having on some families at this time and on their capacity to pay school fees. With this in mind, the Diocese is offering a fee relief program which is outlined on the DBB Parent Hub.

‘While our schools rely heavily upon the support of our families, I have asked that at this time, we do all we can to support those suffering immediate financial hardship. It is with this in mind, I have approved new initiatives that will be implemented immediately, and are targeted specifically to families in greatest need, as a result of financial stress’ said Bishop Anthony.

Visit the Parent Hub and read more here.