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Thank you for considering Chevalier College as a choice for your child’s secondary schooling. We are an independent, catholic, coeducational secondary school from Year 7 to Year 12.


Register here for Chevalier College Twilight Tours
Thursday 22 November 2018 – 4pm to 6.45pm

Find out what makes Chevalier College different!


Click here to submit ENROLMENT ENQUIRY form… 


Limited places available


Registrations now open!

YEAR 7, 2019 


for Years 9 & 11 in 2019…

Chev Scholarships 2019

Enquire Today!

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Y9 and Y11 Transition to Chev Scholarship – Fact Sheet and Application


All are welcome to apply for enrolment at Chevalier College, regardless of personal, pastoral or financial circumstances. The College holds the expectation that all students are willing to support the Catholic ethos. For Chevalier College this ethos is based on the order of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC).

Families supporting the Catholic ethos will not be denied a place at Chevalier College because of an inability to afford full fees. The provision of fees assistance is at the discretion of the Principal and the Business Manager and is based on evidence of financial hardship. For more information regarding fees assistance please contact the Business Manager on (02) 4861 1488. The College applies strict confidentiality regarding requests and approval of financial assistance.

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Through the generosity of donors and supporters of Chevalier College we are able, from time to time, to offer full or part bursaries. The criteria for bursaries can be obtained from our Community Liaison & Development Office. Chevalier bursaries are made available to prospective students who are not currently enrolled at Chevalier College.


Cow the west was won: UniSchools Steer Competition – WSU News Centre, 11/9/18
Chevalier celebrates 10 ISA titles – SHNews, 27/8/18
Chev’s mission to help our farmers – SHNews, 19/8/18
Chevalier is soaring ahead – SHNews, 3/8/18
Willo Enduro 2018 pulls a crowd at state forest – SHNews, 12/3/18
Capital success for Chev College’s woolly entrants – SHNews, 9/3/18
100km Mittagong to Katoomba Trek – Escape Magazine

READ MORE articles in  CHEV NEWS and IN THE MEDIA for further insights into life at ‘Chev’.

OPEN DAY at CHEV is held on the last Saturday of Term One annually.

In 2019, we expect this date to be on Saturday 6 April – subject to confirmation of term dates.

View the gallery of images from Open Day

The Chevalier College campus on our annual Open Day is a scene of bustling activities with the many displays of student work across the faculties being explored by hundreds of visitors who are taken on college tours by our student guides.  Our gala sports day draws many more visitors who venture up off the playing fields to take in some of the displays and see our facilities.

With 100 acres of park-like grounds and some of the best sporting fields in the district, as well as state-of-the-art facilities for our many VET and TAS courses – experience for yourself the very special nature of Chevalier College where we strive to embody the MSC values of love, concern, compassion, understanding, respect and acceptance of every individual…    

“It is by the Heart that we are something.” — Fr Jules Chevalier


please contact Jenni Woods on (02) 4861 0524
or email enrolments@chevalier.nsw.edu.au

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Chevalier College Prospectus


Click here to submit enrolment enquiry form…

Office hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday,
including school holidays, except public holidays.

School hours for students at Chevalier College:  8:50am to 3:30pm Monday to Friday


Year 7 Enrolment Procedures

  • Applications should be lodged during Term 1 in the year before commencement.
  • Late applications will be considered, but will be subject to placement availability and a $200 Application fee.
  • Student and Family interviews will be held prior to Offer of Acceptance.
  • An Orientation Day, for accepted applicants, is held in the November prior to the new school year.

The following documents should be attached to the application form:

  • Application fee ($100)
  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Copy of Certificate of Baptism or other Sacrament, if applicable
  • Copy of Year 5 reports
  • Copy of Year 5 NAPLAN results
  • Copy of professional reports, such as medical, educational or behavioural reports, if applicable.

Year 8 to 12 Enrolment Procedures

  • Applications are considered at any time and is subject to availability within the required year group
  • Applicants for Years 11 and 12 will need to discuss course selection with the Assistant Principal – Learning and Teaching to determine if comparable subjects are available for completion of the Higher School Certificate.

The following documents should be attached to the application form:

  • Application fee ($100)
  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Copy of Certificate of Baptism or other Sacrament, if applicable
  • Copy of two (2) most recent school reports
  • Copy of professional reports, such as medical, educational or behavioural reports, if applicable.


Annual statistics are collected from schools nationwide – click for information:
Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability 2013 – 2015


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