Students are offered a place based strictly on priority and date order of application.
Circumstances where priority is given includes;
- Siblings are currently enrolled at Wesley;
- Parent/s are former students of the College;
- Parent/s are employees of Wesley College;
- Children who have transferred from interstate and overseas independent schools;
- Siblings are currently Penrhos College.
The offer process commences two years in advance of your child starting at Wesley and continues right up until the beginning of the year which they are due to commence at the College.
Our main entry point in the Junior School is Pre-kindergarten with a small additional intake at Pre-primary. In the Middle School the key entry points are Year 5 and 7, with boarding places set aside for Boarding students joining us in Year 8. There are also a limited number of places available outside of these entry points.
Yes – a separate Registration form and fee must be submitted for each child.
Entry to Wesley College is conditional upon the payment of a non-refundable endowment fee to the Wesley College Endowment Fund. The primary purpose of this fund is to assist with the ongoing provision of capital infrastructure.
View our Fee Schedule & Business Arrangements for more information.
Wesley College is proud to offer a wide range of scholarship opportunities for both existing and new students – from academic accomplishment to general excellence, Music, Indigenous, and the OWCA Scholarship for a son or grandson of an Old Wesleyan.
Find out more about our scholarship opportunities.
Wesley College has an inclusive Enrolment Policy which means that it is not essential for children to be tested or interviewed prior to accepting a place at Wesley. Students who have confirmed places in Years 5 and 7 will be tested just before (usually in October) starting at Wesley.
Class sizes vary slightly from year to year depending on the age of the students. In Pre-kindergarten and Kindergarten class sizes are held at 20 children, from Pre-primary to Year 9 numbers increase to a maximum of 26 students. In Years 10 to 12, the average class size is 18.
No, we will use your original date of application.
We have approximately 1,300 Day and Boarding students, featuring co-educational learning from Pre-kindergarten to Year 6, and boys only from Years 7 to 12.
At Wesley College we provide students from Years 3 to 12 with a school laptop. Students from Pre-kindergarten to Year 2 have use of shared iPads.
You’re always welcome! Tour Mornings and Twilight Tours are held throughout the year.
We’re happy to arrange an individual tour for your family that fits with your schedule and interests.
Horizons West in conjunction with Wesley College, Penrhos College and Perth College provide bus services for students.
At Wesley the school year is split up into four terms, with Term 1 beginning at the end of January and Term 4 finishing in early December.
View our current term dates.
Western Australia now has immunisation laws that will help to better protect our children and the wider community from vaccine-preventable diseases.
When you enrol your child in Pre-kindergarten or Kindergarten you will need to provide your child’s current Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) Immunisation History Statement, which shows your child is ‘up-to-date’ with all the scheduled immunisations (according to the National Immunisation Program) for their age. This Statement must be no more than two months old.
Without an up-to-date immunisation history or an exemption, children cannot be enrolled in Pre-kindergarten or Kindergarten.
If you would like to know more about the immunisation requirements, obtaining an AIR Immunisation History Statement or how to access immunisation services go to HealthyWA.
You can also download these useful resources:
Department of Health Starting or Moving Schools – Immunisation Records Leaflet
No Jab No Play Immunisation Requirements