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We welcome all students from Government and Non-Government schools to enrol at Elizabeth College for 2023.
If you have missed our recent enrolment sessions and would like to enrol at Elizabeth College for 2023, please come to our enrolment session held at the college on Monday 30 January 3-5pm.
If you want to find out more about our exciting offerings and programs, please visit our enrolment information page.
We look forward to working with you to complete your enrolment for 2023.
The Stage Band Summer School is a unique opportunity for students to engage with others who share a passion for that big band sound. The Summer School is open to players of varying abilities and ages, from upper primary to Year 12 and beyond. It is an exciting and rich learning environment which will extend students’ musicianship and understanding through an intense week of tutorials, masterclasses and rehearsals.
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Come along to WHAAM, an exhibition celebrating the work of our Visual Arts students.
Year 13 is only granted in exceptional circumstances. Applications need to be completed and returned to the office by 21 October.
- Collect a Year 13 Application Form from the main office and read the eligibility requirements carefully
- Find out about other options such as TASTAFE, UTAS preparatory courses or UTAS college programs
It is strongly recommended you book a session with Dave Newcombe, Careers Counsellor at Elizabeth College before you submit your application. Bookings can be made by contacting 6235 6555 or email email@example.com, or see Dave in the Careers Centre in the Library.
Students will be notified prior to the end of the year. Any placement in classes will be subject to availability of spaces in those classes.
TASC provides the opportunity to do an online “safety net” test for the Literacy and Numeracy Everyday Adult Standards (“ticks”). Any student who does not think they are on track to receive an SA or better in a “tick course”, or would otherwise like the opportunity to do a safety net test for literacy and/or numeracy, please email Jason Hoare asap firstname.lastname@example.org. TASC needs students’ names by Friday 8th July, so please touch base with Jason asap.
Elizabeth College Drama 3 students are excited to share their production of Hanging onto the Bottom of the World. This hilarious story of Australian Federation will introduce you to larger than life historical characters, squabbling states and rejected brides. It is a history lesson you will never forget!
Performances will run on Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 May, 6pm-7pm, Elizabeth College Theatre. Tickets are $5 per person and can be purchased at the door.