Interested in Enrolling at Elizabeth College for 2022?

Information Evening – Tuesday 8 June

We invite all prospective parents/carers and students to join us for our Information Evening on Tuesday 8 June. This year we will have two timeslots, 5pm or 6pm in the College Theatre. The evening will begin with a presentation in the theatre introducing key staff and outlining initiatives the College has to offer, followed by a subject expo in the library where you will have an opportunity to meet teaching staff, find out about subjects and ask any questions you may have.

Due to COVID restrictions this is a ticketed event. If you wish to attend please register here

Elizabeth College Taster Day – Friday 11 June

All prospective students are invited to attend our Taster Day on Friday 11 June. Check out the facilities and campus, meet our friendly and specialised teaching staff, make new friends and experience classes.

Taster Day Enrolment Process
Read through the subject offerings, their descriptors and the format for the day on our Taster Day Program 2021 and enrol for the day by visiting the following page

Have you joined our Enrolment Database?

To stay updated about our enrolment process please make sure you join our enrolment database here,
If you want to find out more about our exciting offerings and programs, please visit our enrolment page.

We look forward to working with you to complete your enrolment for 2022 over the next term.

UTAS Schools Recommendation Program

No matter what happens, the University of Tasmania has a place for you. UTAS has worked with the Department of Education and schools to help year 11 and 12 students get ahead. The UTAS Schools Recommendation Program lets you apply early for a range of exciting, diverse courses. Rather than an ATAR, your application is based on your school’s recommendation and your year 11 results. For further information, please visit:

Schools Recommendation Program | University of Tasmania (utas.edu.au)

Your path to 2022 – Undergraduate Study | University of Tasmania (utas.edu.au)

For further information see Dave Newcombe in the Careers Centre, located in the Library Learning Hub.

Hobart City Partner Schools (Ogilvie High School, New Town High School and Elizabeth College)

After extensive community consultation the model for the new Hobart City Partner Schools (HCPS) has been determined and the three schools with their staff, students, parents and community members will continue their work on delivering a co-ed 7-12 school for Hobart City. More information on the model, FAQs and how you can continue to be involved in shaping the new school can be found at https://www.education.tas.gov.au/hobart-city-partner-schools/.

See the HCPS Fact Sheet below.

Reasonable Adjustments for eligible students studying pre-tertiary (i.e. level 3 or 4) subjects

Each year the Tasmanian Office of Assessment, Standards and Certification (TASC) provides reasonable adjustments for a small number of eligible students for their external exams.

Eligible students include those with a diagnosed pre-existing condition, impairment or disability, such as a:
* Physical disability
* Medical condition (e.g. diabetes, epilepsy)
* Vision or hearing impairment
* Formally diagnosed psychological disorder
* Specific Learning Disorder/dyslexia (writing, reading, numeracy)
* Developmental Disorder (e.g., ADHD, autism, dysgraphia – handwriting difficulties)

Students from a refugee background (humanitarian entrants) are also eligible for reasonable adjustments if they have been resettled in Australia for less than four years.

The TASC Reasonable Adjustments Policy document provides further information regarding eligibility and evidence requirements, and is available on the TASC website.

The Reasonable Adjustments Application Form (RA1) is available on the TASC website. A separate “Personal Circumstances/Misadventure” form (RA2) is available for students who require reasonable adjustments due to unavoidable interruptions to schooling, or due to an incident beyond the student’s control (e.g. involvement in a serious accident).

Applications are due by the end of May 2021 and need to be submitted to TASC through Elizabeth College. Personal Circumstances/Misadventure RA2 applications are open until 29th October 2021.

Eligible students who would like to apply for Reasonable Adjustments should contact Sarah Newcombe on 6235 6559 or sarah.newcombe@education.tas.gov.au to arrange an appointment with a member of the Elizabeth College Student Services staff. This should be no later than Monday 17th May to allow for the applications to be processed and submitted.

All applications will require specific evidence in relation to the condition, from the applicant’s medical or other relevant professional. For non-permanent conditions (e.g. anxiety, depression, eating disorders, recent physical injuries, etc.), supporting evidence cannot be more than 12 months old. For permanent and ongoing conditions (e.g. autism, hearing or vision impairment, specific learning disorder, ADHD, etc.), supporting evidence may be taken from any period in a student’s life. See our info sheets regarding obtaining a report or letter from a medical or allied health practitioner to support your TASC Reasonable Adjustments Application:

Permanent and Ongoing Conditions, Impairments or Disabilities (e.g. autism, cerebral palsy, hearing or vision impairment, ADHD, specific learning disorder)

Non-Permanent Conditions, Impairments or Disabilities (e.g. recent physical injury, anxiety, depression, eating disorder)

If a student is unable to attend an exam due to an unexpected illness or emergency, a separate process will apply (please refer to the TASC website or the TASC Reasonable Adjustments Policy document for more information; details will also be provided in the EC Exam Guide which will be provided to students later in the year).

If you have any further questions please contact the office ph 6235 6555 and ask to speak to one of the Student Services team.