Please take a moment to read our Enrolment Policy.
To see if you are within our local-intake or optional-intake boundaries, please click on the following link:
Local & Optional Intake Areas
For your convenience we have outlined below, the step by step procedure to enrol your child at Comet Bay College and all the necessary paperwork associated with the application.
Step 1 – Complete all 3 application forms (links below)
Step 2 – Provide supporting documentation:
Current Immunisation records
Proof of Residency x 3 (Copy of Utility Bill, Rates, Rental Agreement stating your CURRENT address)
Visa / citizenship papers
Latest Report / Naplan (for entering years 9-12)
All appropriate documents must be provided before acceptance into Comet Bay College.
Click here for Statutory Declaration
Step 3 – Submit your completed forms and supporting documentation to the College Administration Office for processing at:
Comet Bay College
2 Allatoona Avenue
SECRET HARBOUR WA 6173
T: 9553 8100
F: 9524 9473
Out of local intake area Applications
Comet Bay College is a gazetted Local Intake Area School; and can only guarantee places to students who reside within its Local Intake Area, or are accepted into one of our two specialist programs:
AFSP – Australian Football Specialist Program and
Gifted and Talented Education Secondary Selective Program
Parents are welcome to submit an Out of Local Area enrolment application (the application form can be collected from our front office) to be considered. We recommend all students who do this also put in an application at their local high school.
Comet Bay College is required to accept students in the following priority:
- A child who is accepted into a specialist program; Gifted and Talented Education or AFSP – Approved Specialist Programs (secondary schools).
- A child who has a sibling enrolled at the school in the current year; (other than siblings enrolled in specialist programs) and who lives nearest to the school.
- A child who does not have a sibling enrolled at the school in the current year, or who has a sibling enrolled in a specialist program, and who lives nearest the school.