Cranbrook School
Apply to Enrol

Apply to Enrol

Entry points to Cranbrook School are Pre-School, Kindergarten, Year 3, Year 7 and Year 11. Entry to other grades are dependent upon available vacancies.

Should you wish to proceed with an application the completed form should be returned to the School at your earliest convenience together with the non-refundable application fee and your child’s birth certificate. A copy of your son’s most recent school reports and NAPLAN reports are also required, if applicable.

Assessments and interviews for places may be held up to twelve months before the date of entry for Pre-school Kindergarten and Year 11 and up to two years and six months before the date of entry for Year 3 and Year 7. Please know, some applicants may miss out on assessments and interviews due to demand for places exceeding positions available. Offers for places are made shortly after the interviews. Once a position is accepted a non-refundable enrolment fee is required to secure the place.

Cranbrook School announced a new era in our School’s history with a move to coeducation in the Senior School. In 2026, girls will join the School in Year 7 and Year 11, giving them the opportunity to join Cranbrook’s innovative International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) and progress through to the IB Diploma Programme or the HSC. The two entry points of Year 7 and Year 11 in 2026, will establish a coeducational leadership culture in the School, and provide visible role models for our younger girls.

Enrolment Process

Step 1


Complete and submit our Application for Admission form along with supporting documents. You will receive a letter confirming receipt of your application.

Step 2

Visit the School

Attending an Open Day is a valuable step towards getting to know the School and meeting key members of staff.

Step 3

Admissions Activities

The Admissions team will contact you.

Pre-School and Kindergarten – Up to 12 months prior to commencement date. Both the Pre-School and Junior School enrolment process involves your child participating in an observation session.

Years 3 and 7 – Up to 2.5 years prior to commencement date. Senior School applicants undertake an academic assessment.

Step 4


Parents and/or applicants may be invited to an interview following the observation/assessment.

Step 5


Your child’s application will then be reviewed, and an enrolment decision made.

You will be notified in writing if an offer is to be made or if your applications was unsuccessful.

Step 6

Acceptance of Place

A student’s place is secured when the enrolment documentation and non-refundable enrolment fee or Pre-School deposit has been paid.

Step 7

Welcome to Cranbrook

You will be notified of Orientation Days and other information regarding starting at Cranbrook in the Term prior to commencement.

Admission Policies and Procedures