Tuition Fees represent approximately one-third of the cost of educating each child. The remaining two-thirds is met by a combination of Commonwealth and State recurrent grants and allocations from the Seventh-day Adventist churches in the Greater Sydney area.
All enrolments are made on the understanding that the student and parents support the ethos and philosophy of the school, and consequently uphold its practices and policies. Admission is subject to approval following this process:
Complete enrolment application form
Provide the following supporting documentation:
These can be provided in-person at the school or via:
Post: 3 Macquarie Road, Auburn, NSW 2144
Pay the $200 non-refundable application fee (see fee information)
Attend an interview with the school principal
Pay the $200 non-refundable enrolment fee if enrolment is successful (see fee information)
*Please note: Places in the Prep and Kindergarten classes are limited. Once the classes are full all new enrolments will be placed on a waiting list. The Prep students take preference when enrolling into the Kindergarten class the following year. It is suggested that students enrol in our Prep class to help secure their position in the Kindergarten class the following year. Although this is not always guaranteed and subject to a selection criteria process.
*Prep students need to turn 4 by 31 March of the year they enrol.
*Enrolments for Prep need to be received by April to be considered for enrolment the following year.
Our printable enrolment form is currently being updated and will able available soon.
Scholarships and Fee Assistance
A small number of places are available for students whose parents cannot meet the total cost of fees. The terms of admission of children in these circumstances are entirely at the discretion of the School Council and principal. Please contact the school for information about fee assistance.
Sydney Adventist School Auburn offers an annual C5 scholarship, generously sponsored by the school community. The scholarship is intended to assist a family that is currently experiencing financial hardship and has a student that has demonstrated potential socially, academically or spiritually.