Thank you for considering an education at Torrens Valley Christian School. We encourage all facets of learning through our Christ-centred community. We are committed to the development of each individual’s God given gifts and abilities, enriching their learning experience in a supportive and family orientated environment.
We understand that selecting a school for your child is a complex decision to make and support the Biblical principle (Deuteronomy 6) that parents are responsible for their children. To help you with your decision, we hold regular tours of our facilities at 10.00am on the first Saturday of each month from March to December. Personal tours may also be organised by appointment. A prospectus and enrolment pack is available upon request and will be mailed to you. Please contact the Front Office.
The main points of entry to the School are Reception, Year 7 and Year 8. We welcome enrolments at all other year levels subject to availability. Parents of Reception-aged children should note that there is only one Reception intake per year, Term 1, for children who have turned five by April 30.
Parents are required to endorse the Nicene Creed and at least one parent must have an active Christian commitment. A Pastor’s reference for the family is required as part of the enrolment process. If you have any questions about any aspect of the enrolment process or the school policy regarding enrolments, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Please view this Christian Education National video on the Importance of Christian Education.
The enrolment process
Please contact the school for a Prospectus and to book a School Tour, if required.
Lodge your Application Form, along with the $100 Application Fee and a Minister’s Reference. Forms must be signed and dated. We welcome school card applications.
On receipt of the form, an appointment is made for an interview with the Principal.
Following the interview, the family is offered a place in writing and when we receive your acceptance the position is confirmed.
If a vacancy does not exist, the family is given the opportunity to place the child’s/children’s names on the waiting list – to be notified if/when a consequential vacancy arises.