Who can enrol at Skillset Senior College?
Skillset Senior College accepts enrolments from students entering Year 10, with a view to attaining the RoSA (Year 10) or HSC (Year 12).
Our mission is to partner with young people who may be experiencing barriers to their education; including mental health issues, bullying, homelessness, trauma, substance use, disability and family instability, and to support them to complete their secondary schooling.
Enrolment acceptances are determined following an application process, including a face-to-face meeting with the young person and their parents/carers. The enrolment process commences in Term 3, but prospective students are welcome to enquire at any time.
Think we could be the school for you?
Contact one of our College Liaison Officers (Jenny in Bathurst, Tracey in Dubbo) to learn more about our enrolment process, or to book a tour of the school.
Places are limited, as our school has a cap on enrolments at each campus to ensure that we are able to work effectively with each individual. We maintain a waiting list of eligible students. Young people wanting to enrol at Skillset Senior College will need real dedication to be at the school, and will want to take a leading role in making a difference to their future.
Know someone going into Year 10?
Looking for a school experience that is safe, supportive and able to meet your unique needs? Skillset Senior College is an innovative high school with smaller classes, and a big focus on wellbeing. We have campuses in Bathurst and Dubbo. If you’re interested in education that is student-centred, works with your strengths, and finds creative solutions, why not contact us for a chat?