How to Enrol
The College exists to support the children of Catholic families. We also welcome children from any family seeking a school to nurture the Christian values being taught at home. Our College is inclusive and outreaching and all applicants will be considered. We welcome you to discover our College today.
Students in Prep must have attained the age of five years by the last day in June of the year of enrolment.
Enrolment applications must be accompanied by:
- Documentary evidence of the date of birth
- Copy of latest school report
- A copy of Baptismal Certificate
- Copy of court order verifying legal custody and/or access (if applicable)
Please see our Enrolment Policy for more information.
The following procedure will be followed:
- Contact the office or download an Application for Enrolment
- Complete the form and return to the school with enrolment fee and documentation
- Interview with a member of the leadership team
- Offer of Enrolment
- Contract provided
- Acceptance of enrolment by parents
Parents requiring enrolment for special needs children should apply through the Principal to the Toowoomba Catholic School Office (C.S.O). An assessment will be made as to whether or not the College can support the needs of your child.
Book a Tour
Every day is an open day at Mary MacKillop Catholic College. We welcome families to personally tour our innovative learning spaces, experience the array of opportunities on offer, learn about our future plans, and meet our College Principal, teachers and students.
To arrange a time to visit, contact our College on 07 4698 7777 or email email@example.com
We would love to meet you.
A smart neat and user friendly uniform encourages the children to take pride in their appearance and in the College.
The College uniform and accessories are available through our College Uniform Shop and Hannas Family Department Store Toowoomba. Please contact the College Office for our Uniform Shop opening times.
The uniform is expected to be worn with pride, so that shirts are always tucked in, shoe laces done up, ties attached and hats worn properly. The College uniform is compulsory and an expectation on enrolment. Plain black school shoes or joggers are to be worn.
The only jewellery allowed will be one set of fine studs or sleepers, a chain with some form of religious significance. Nail polish is not acceptable. Hair if longer than shoulder length for girls is to be tied back with a navy blue ribbon or scrunchie. Boys haircuts are to be neat, tidy and kept above collar length. It is expected that hairstyles reflect the code of dress required by the College. The colouring of hair and inappropriate hairstyles are not acceptable.