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Frequently Asked Questions

How many students attend the College?

There are currently approximately 830 students enrolled at St Leo’s. 

Where is St Leo's located?

St Leo’s is a located on six hectares in Wahroonga on Sydney’s Upper North Shore. Just off the M1 Motorway exit and near the Pennant Hills Road and Pacific Highway junction (Pearces Corner), we are only a short walk from both Waitara and Normanhurst train stations.

I/we are not Catholic. Do you take applications from non-Catholics and what are our chances of being accepted?

St Leo’s is very proud to be an inclusive community with students and staff from a wide range of backgrounds, including non-Catholic and non-religious backgrounds. However, what we all share is a commitment to common ‘catholic values’ – as emphasised in our mission statement to develop ‘Catholic-valued’ women and men of conscience.

While we do give priority to students from our CSBB priority feeder schools, we welcome applications from students/families with catholic and non-catholic backgrounds. If accepted into St Leo’s however, it is expected that all students fully participate in all College religious activities including the Religious Education Curriculum (7-12), College Masses, camp and retreats, etc. We run a Catholic education College for ALL!  Read the CSBB Enrolment Principles here.

How do I apply?

Simply complete the online Enrolment Enquiry form and we will contact you to advise of availability for the year group you are interested in, answer any questions and proceed with enrolling if you wish. Note St Leo’s does not charge any application or acceptance fees. 

When should I apply for Year 7?

The simple answer is ‘as soon as possible’ as we are nearing maximum capacity and now receiving applications up to 2030.
For students from our Priority Feeder Schools and other CSBB primary schools: while we do guarantee offers of enrolment to students from these primary schools, they are subject to enrolment windows (and any special needs requirements), so we do recommend completing our short Enrolment Enquiry form to reserve your place as soon as possible, ideally by Year 3-4.
Generally all applications should be submitted for Year 7 by mid-year while students are in Year 5, although we will accept applications at any time where places are available. So please complete the short Enrolment Enquiry form and we will contact you with the latest information for your relevant entry year. Note that waiting lists may apply.

What are the Fees?

Please see the 2021 Schedule of Fees. Note that tuition fees, building levy, camps and retreats and most other costs are included in this schedule. There are also discounts for second and subsequent children as outlined.

How much is the uniform?

Please see our uniform price list. School uniforms are available from our uniform supplier: Cowan and Lewis, 1315 Pacific Highway, Turramurra Phone: 9449 9777 Website: cowanlewis.com.au. Second hand uniforms are also available via sustainableschoolshop.com.au

How would my child travel to school?

There are a number of travel options and entry points depending on where students are coming from (see Location and Maps page).
There are ‘kiss and drop’ zones at the main College entrance in Woolcott Avenue (Gate A) or Windarra Crescent (Gate B), Wahroonga, or at the other Collage entrances in Yardley Avenue (Gate C) or Unwin Road (Gate D), Waitara.
Most students travel by train to Waitara station then take the short walk down Yardley Ave to Gate C, or from Normanhurst Station to Gate D (Unwin Rd). Some travel by bus to the top of Woolcott Ave, Wahroonga, or to Unwin Rd or Yardley Ave, Waitara.
Free public transport is available to students who live more than 2.0km (straight line) or 2.9km (walking) from the College. Application forms available on request.
See more details on the Transportation Information page.

Is there a waiting list?

Yes, waiting lists currently apply for most year groups. For Year 7, applications often exceed available places each year. Non-Catholic families are welcome to apply and warmly accepted into the St Leo’s community. Positions are offered as vacancies occur.

What subjects are studied?

A wide choice of subjects are available including traditional core academic subjects and a range of Humanities, Creative and Performing Arts, Technology and Applied Studies, PDHPE, Language and Vocational courses. Please visit the Curriculum page for a full list.

What sports are available at St Leo’s?

St Leo’s has a strong and proud reputation in both individual and team sports. We have a wide range of representative and school-based sports on offer including (but not limited to) basketball, football (soccer), rugby union, rugby league, netball, tennis, cricket, volleyball, swimming, softball, athletics, touch football, aerobics, water polo, cross country, surfing, surf lifesaving, biathlon and golf.
St Leo’s also recently announced a partnership with the Liverpool Football Club International Academy for our students to be involved in the Liverpool Football Development Program here at the College.
Please visit our Sport for Life page for more information about our range of sports programs.

What extracurricular activities do you offer?

Our wide co-curricular program includes opportunities for academic, leadership, careers and pathways, sporting and performing arts and a range of other activities including debating, public speaking, STEM, robotics, careers workshops, music tuition, bands, musical performances, drama and dance productions and 20 extra-curricular CAPA ensembles (free to all students), Student Leadership, Outdoor Education, Retreat and Duke of Edinburgh programs and Global Experiences among many others. Please visit the Beyond the Classroom page and sections for more information.

Do you have a band?

St Leo’s has a range of bands and musical ensembles to suit all interests and tastes – in fact we currently have 20 extra-curricular ensembles which are free to all students. Please visit our Creative and Performing Arts page for more information.

Do you take Overseas Students?

Unfortunately we are unable to accept Overseas Students.

What about TAFE and VET options for senior students?

St Leo’s embraces a diversity of student capabilities and interests and offer a range of subjects, including VET and TAFE options for our students. Students of all abilities and interests are also guided by our unique Pathways and Careers Program which assists students and families with choices beyond school. Please visit the curriculum page for more subject information.

Does the College cater for students with special needs?

St Leo’s staff have a strong focus on knowing each student’s academic strengths, challenges and interests. Through this focus and differentiated instruction, the special needs of all students are addressed. St Leo’s is a school community that caters for a wide range of students with individual special needs. We have a completely inclusive school program with integrated support for individual students’ needs. For further information, please contact the College to speak to our Leader of Learning Support.
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