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Enrolment Process for 2025


1.  Complete the Enrolment Enquiry form and attach the required documentation:

    • Proof of residence (rates notice or rental agreement)
    • Copy of birth certificate or passport
    • Visa documentation (if applicable)

2.  Hand in the Enrolment Enquiry form to the front office by 4pm Monday the 3rd of June 2024

3.  Confirmed places will be mailed acceptance letters and an enrolment pack on Friday 14th of July


Please note: To be eligible for a first round offer the enquiry form and supporting documentation must be submitted by 4pm Monday 3rd June 2023 .


School Zones

A map of our school zone is available from the Department of Education and at

Department of Education Enrolment placement policy

Please contact the school for enrolment enquires.

International Students

Level 1 Accredited schools

Studying in Victoria

Victorian government schools are a destination of choice for international students. Our schools provide international students with a high-quality education, excellent English language tuition and caring welfare support services. To learn more about studying and living in Victoria as an international student, see: www.study.vic.gov.au

How to apply

Most international students must apply to the Department of Education to study in a Victorian government school. To learn about the application types and to apply, see: How to apply

Contact our school

For more information about international students, please contact the below staff member.

International Student Coordinator (ISC): Rachel Dalinkiewicz

Phone: +61 392193100

School email or ISC email: lakeview.senior.co@education.vic.gov.au

Lakeview Senior College is accredited under the Department of Education’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider name and code: Department of Education, 00861K). For more information, see: www.study.vic.gov.au


Uniform is considered important and is compulsory at Lakeview Senior College.

The uniform policy has been ratified by the School Council. Please see the attachment below to view the current uniform policy.

Parents are strongly advised to label articles of clothing and belongings that are brought to school. Mislaid garments and possessions that are not labeled often find their way to the unclaimed property area.

Uniform supplier:

3Uniforms are purchased from: Dobsons

Address: 12 Panamax Road, Ravenhall, 3023
(Opposite Bunnings Warehouse, Caroline Springs)

Store Hours:

  • Mon – Friday: 8.30am – 5.00pm
  • Saturday: 8.30am – 2.30pm
  • Closed: Sunday & Public Holidays

Phone: (03) 8348 5477



Visit Campion Education to see booklists and to order books and stationery online.


How To Pay

  • Direct Debit: BSB: 033505 Account Number: 212149 Please enter students SURNAME in the reference line
  • BPAY: Biller Code: 87361 Reference Number: as listed on your Family Statement posted twice yearly
  • EFTPOS, Cash, Cheque or Credit Card: In person at the General Office


Personal property is often brought to school by students, staff and visitors. This can include mobile phones, electronic games, calculators, toys, sporting equipment and cars parked on school premises.

The Department does not hold insurance for personal property brought to schools and it has no capacity to pay for any loss or damage to such property.

IT Resources

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Lakeview Senior College has a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model and all students are expected bring a laptop or tablet device of their own that meets our minimum specifications for use as an effective learning tool for accessing school resources, the school intranet, Compass, online e-learning platforms, collaborative learning, researching and printing.

A DET license agreement with Microsoft allows a free limited installation of Microsoft Office on BYOD devices. Students will have access to OneDrive storage space and will be provided a school email address to communicate with their teachers and submit work.

In order to support families in making the decision about an appropriate device, parents are advised to check the following recommendations before making a BYOD purchase:

For educational pricing on student BYOD devices visit the following portal:

Please check the device minimum specifications and read the disclaimer before selecting an appropriate device


We do not recommend Android and Chromebook devices due to limited compatibility with our wireless network and software requirements
Microsoft Windows based systems must NOT be running Windows 10/11 S operating system version due to limited application compatibility. We encourage you to upgrade to Windows 10/11 Home/Pro in this case
Students intending to undertake an IT subject must have a Windows based laptop or tablet preferably with a physical keyboard
Students intending to undertake a Media or Visual Communication subject must have an Apple or a Windows laptop with sufficient processor power, storage and memory to run high end graphic design software
Laptops need to have the recommended screen size to fit in the student lockers
Battery life will need to be at least 6 hours on all devices and students must bring their devices to school fully charged. Due to OH&S standards, devices cannot be charged in classrooms
Any subject specific software required that is not licenced for BYOD devices must be purchased by the student
Higher end software packages may require sufficient laptop processor power, higher hard drive storage space and more memory. This should be taken into consideration when choosing a suitable system
Only ONE device per student is allowed. Records of all connected BYOD devices are maintained and monitored.
Use of a BYOD device is defined in the Lakeview Senior College Digital Learning Policy and must be adhered to when using the device
Virus software must be installed on all devices and virus definitions kept up-to-date
The College takes no responsibility for the corruption or loss of information due to any computer virus, software installation or wireless connectivity.
Students bring their devices at their own risk and the college takes no responsibility for devices that are damaged, lost or stolen
Families are encouraged to include the device on their home and contents insurance or insure the device separately.

Device Minimum Specifications


 Microsoft Windows

  • 14” or smaller screen size
  • Intel i5 / AMD A4 processor or above
  • 8GB or higher memory
  • 256GB or higher hard drive storage
  • Windows 10 or higher
  • Battery Life +6 hours

 Apple MacBook

  • 14” or smaller screen size
  • Intel i5 / Apple M1 processor or above
  • 8GB or higher memory
  • 256GB or higher hard drive storage
  • MacOS 11 or higher
  • Battery Life +6 hours


  • Not Recommended


Microsoft Windows

  • Windows 10 or higher
  • Battery Life +6 hours
  • 128GB or higher hard drive storage

  Apple iPad

  • iOS 12.0 or higher
  • 64GB or higher storage


  • Not Recommended

Microsoft 365


Dear Parents/Guardians,

We are excited to announce that we will be providing every student with free access to the latest suite of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, Teams, school email and OneNote).

This is a Department of Education initiative in partnership with Microsoft which will allow students to have access to the most current cloud-based technology. Office 365 for Education is an internet based service provided by Microsoft for educational purposes only. As we are a ‘bring your own device’ school this new initiative reiterates the importance of your child having a suitable laptop to bring to school each day. Further information about recommended devices can be found under parent information and BYOD.

Microsoft 365 will allow your child to:

  • install five free copies of Microsoft Office on any device at home.
  • access all of their school-related files from any device, any time with an Internet connection.
  • communicate and receive feedback and support more effectively with each of their teachers.
  • learn the e-learning and information technology skills required at University and in many fields of employment.

Your child will be provided with their username and password and shown how to use Microsoft 365. This will give them access to all of the Microsoft 365 features.

If you do not want your child to have access to Microsoft 365 an opt-out form can be completed and returned. Copies are available on our school website or at reception. Students will need to continue to follow our Digital Learning Policy which is also on our website.

Shayne Rule


Reporting on Student Achievement

Progress Reports:

These reports will work alongside our continuous reporting on Learning Tasks to enable you to access the most relevant and important information about the progress of your child and their work habits. This approach to reporting on student progress has been refined to facilitate ongoing data informed conversations about student learning between staff, students, and families.

Each term your child’s teachers will complete progress reports which provides valuable information about their attendance, classroom behaviour, homework, and attitude and preparedness for learning. These reports will be available via Compass through the Lakeview Parent Portal. Please refer to the Progress Report Matrix for an explanation of each Area of Assessment.

Continuous Reporting:

Alongside our progress reports, you and child will have ongoing access to view the results of all formal assessment tasks (Learning Tasks) for each subject on Compass through the Lakeview Parent Portal. Teachers will upload these results as they are finalised on an ongoing basis throughout the year, to give you and your child a clear picture of their academic progress.

Parent Student Teacher Conferences:

PST Conferences are part of the formal and ongoing Teaching and Learning program offered at Lakeview Senior College and as such students are required to participate with parents/guardians/carers and receive specific and practical feedback on their progress in each subject. These conversations are an important opportunity to celebrate student success and plan practical ways to work together to continue to support individual student learning and growth.

2024 PST Conferences Dates

Term 1 – Monday 26th February
Term 3 – Monday 12th August