Enrolments Registrar:   Mrs Bernadette Pogorzelski   phone (03) 6238  4312 or email

Enrol at GYC for 2020

Applications for enrolment for 2020 are now being accepted.

Please see relevant information and forms for 2020 below.


Enrolment application form and information for 2020

Enrolment Form

Enrolment Checklist


27 September 2018, NEW TERMS OF ENROLMENT

In 2015 new Terms of Enrolment were introduced across all Tasmanian Catholic Education Commission schools. As part of the ongoing commitment to providing the best possible educational experience, these have continued to be monitored and revised. A small number of updates to the Terms of Enrolment will apply to all current enrolments continued in 2018 as well as to new enrolments. For details, please see these attachments:

Letter from the Principal, Mr Craig Deayton, TCEO letter re terms of enrolment 200918

new terms of enrolment, TCEO revised Terms of Enrolment


 Important dates in relation to enrolments for 2020

Tuesday 7 May Information Evening* Hobart Campus 6-7:30pm
Wednesday 8 May Information Evening* Glenorchy Campus 6-7:30pm
Wednesday 12 June Pathways Expo Glenorchy Campus 9am-7pm
Thursday 27 June Enrolment applications due College administration 4:30pm
Wednesday 16 October Open Day* both Campuses 9am – noon and 3 – 6pm
2 – 6 December Head Start Week both Campuses 8:45am – 3:00pm
  • Open Days are for all interested people
  • Information evenings are for parents of current Year 10 students


HANDBOOK for course selection

GYC Handbook for 2020GYC HANDBOOK 2020

Please be aware that this is a low-resolution version for this website. It is still a big document and contains 70 pages in total.

The Handbook information was correct at the time of printing in May 2019. If there are any TASC changes to information contained in the Handbook, these will be advised on this website as they become available.


a PARENT’S perspective

Mrs Caroline Mordaunt was asked to speak as a parent of GYC students at the parent information evenings held in relation to enrolments recently.  She was unable to accept the invitation and wrote instead. Please read her reflections.


Often enrolment in a Catholic school is seen as only available to those who are baptised Catholics. This is not the case.

We do identify strongly as a Catholic College. This means that we exist to live the values of the Gospel and to welcome others to belong to our community of faith, where what we say and do are founded in respect, justice, forgiveness, compassion, love and truth.

Each person is regarded with dignity and acceptance and encouraged to embrace a rich learning for life. All who choose to belong to our community have a place and are welcome to fully participate and to help in building an environment that is safe and supportive.

Over 25 per cent of our intake each year comes from Government and Independent Schools. We recognise ourselves as a school of choice for many young people who have minimal background in religious education but who prefer a senior secondary experience where all the breadth and depth of curriculum and co-curricular opportunity exists, and where there is certainty about the firm foundations of a values-based education surrounded by supportive and encouraging structures.

You are very welcome to join us and make your contribution!

We welcome the opportunity to speak with you about our proud history and tradition and to discuss tailoring an educational pathway that best suits the aspirations of your child.

Information Evenings for parents and prospective students of the College are held. These evenings are an introduction to what life is like at Guilford Young College and part of the time is given up to some current and past students giving a frank account of what Guilford Young College has done for them in their transition to adulthood.

An Enrolment Application Form and supporting documents can be downloaded here (see above). These documents contain important information, including some College policies and terms and conditions of enrolment.

We are committed to assisting families who otherwise would be unable to afford a Catholic education. Our mission is to provide support to students who clearly communicate their preference for a Catholic education but who may be denied it purely on the basis of financial hardship.  The College is able to provide bursaries and fee reduction to families upon application and a simple means test process.

Fees payments are spread over the year and can be direct-debited to assist with monthly budgeting.

Please talk to us about your needs!