When will the new school open?
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School will open at the beginning of the 2021 school year.
How many students will attend the new school?
The first stage will be built to cater for 200 students before expanding to cater to a final population of 500 students
What is the enrolment catchment for the new school?
The new school is located in Werribee’s St Andrews Parish. View the enrolment catchment zone map.
How do I enrol?
Prospective families are encouraged to fill out the application for enrolment form here. Enrolment updates and opportunities to meet with the Principal will be advertised shortly.
Can I enrol if I am not Catholic?
St Joseph’s will be open to all families who are supportive of the Catholic mission and traditions of the school. According to guidelines set by Catholic Education, priority entry will be given to baptised Catholic students.
What will the fees be?
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School
2023 fees will comprise:
$1700 Family fee ( Charged per family)
$350 Capital fee ( Charged per family)
$460 Student levy (Charged per student).
Year 3/4 Camp ( Overnight stay) $240
Year 5/6 Camp ( 2 Nights) $370
Yrs 1, 3 & 5 Swimming program $63
Health Care Card Rebate is available.
What secondary school will St Joseph’s students be given priority entry to?
St Joseph’s is a primary school in the St Andrew’s parish, which includes MacKillop College. Enrolments are subject to the college’s enrolment process. Priority is given to Catholic students in Catholic primary schools.
What facilities will be included in the new school site?
The stage one construction will cater for 200 students, with eight learning spaces over two storeys as well as specialist learning areas, breakout spaces, play spaces and administration facilities. The school will be completed across a further three stages and will cater to a final school population of around 500 students.