We are happy to accept your Application for Admission at any time, however, we encourage you to register an application well in advance of the admission year due to the high demand. Families are selected for interview based on the College Enrolment Policy.
We encourage you to attend one of our Tour Days so you can get a feel for the College and meet some of our key staff.
You have brains in your head, you have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.
– Dr Seuss
Santa Maria College’s Fees are set by the College Advisory Council and take into account the anticipated State and Australian Government Grants and incorporate all items known to be an integral part of the curriculum. The Boarding Fee covers full board and lodging, laundering of linen, routine nursing and some transportation. The College offers a range of payment options; fees are to be paid in accordance with the option selected.
Santa Maria College uniform is a sign of identity with the College and should be worn with pride. Each student is expected to be properly attired in full uniform, whilst at the College, travelling to and from the College, and when representing the College at external functions and events
Students attending Santa Maria College, walk, ride, travel by bus or are dropped of by parents.
The College has numerous bicycle racks for student use. Students provide their own locks.
Transperth provides various services. The route 158 has deviations to the College in the morning/afternoon whether students are coming from Fremantle or Perth.
Special school Transperth buses are 782 (from Bull Creek Train Station each morning) and in the afternoon (783 to Booragoon Bus Station and 784 to Bull Creek Train Station)
The College also runs two private bus services to/from the College. One covers the western side of Canning Highway while the other covers the eastern side: Manning, Salters Point and Waterford.
Parent Drop Off/Pick up
The College has two supervised areas: Cawston Road for Years 5 – 7 and the Figure 8 for Years 8 – 12.
See transport information below for more detail regarding transport and bus routes.
Our Catherine McAuley Bursary is for families, of current students, attending Santa Maria College, who require financial assistance.
Catherine McAuley was the foundress of the Sisters of Mercy and a truly inspirational woman. Her vision for the education of all women and children continues to provide guidance to the College today. This bursary has been created to follow in the footsteps of Catherine McAuley by providing special fee arrangements to families who are experiencing financial difficulties.
To apply for a Catherine McAuley Bursary please complete the application form and return it to the College with all requested documentation.