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Ogilvie High and New Town High to become co-educational in 2022

In exciting news for our school community, the Minister for Education and Training announced today that Ogilvie High School and New Town High School will become co-educational in 2022.

We are looking forward to continuing to work with our partner schools to further build on our collaborative approach to delivering education in Hobart.

Further information is available at https://www.education.tas.gov.au/community-and-engagement/get-involved/

Changes to the Hobart City Interchange effective 11 October 2020

What is changing?

  1. Stops will be renamed
  2. Some routes will use different stops
  3. Some services will depart a few minutes later

Why are things changing?

  1. Buses can access the western side of the interchange again now that hotel construction is complete – a new stop will open called B1
  2. Stop names are changing so they are easier to understand navigate
  3. Some services are changing departure time or stop to reduce congestion on stops at the busiest times of the day, especially in the afternoon peak. This will allow services more time to load passengers without other buses waiting to access the stop

Where can I learn more?

Information and maps are available on the Metro website at metrotas.com.au and our customer service team can be reached at 13 22 01.

Enrol at Elizabeth College for 2021

We welcome all students from Government and Non-Government schools to enrol at Elizabeth College for 2021.

Please ensure you have registered on our database to assist us in streamlining your enrolment: https://elizabethcollege.tas.edu.au/contact-us

Enrolment sessions will be held on:

Tuesday 8 September
(For students with family names from A to L)

    • Government schools: 3pm-5pm
    • Non-Government schools: 5pm-7pm

Wednesday 9 September
(For students with family names from M to Z)

    • Government schools: 3pm-5pm
    • Non-Government schools: 5pm-7pm

Students from New Town, Ogilvie, Cosgrove, Montrose and Taroona High Schools need not attend as they will enrol through their school.

Safe Distancing Practices at Enrolment Sessions:

    • Please arrive at the date and time scheduled outlined above
    • Only one parent/carer per student when enrolling
    • All parents are required to complete the Covid screening form
      Please download the form here, complete on the day and bring with you to enrolment session
    • Hand sanitiser stations will be available
    • 1.5 m queuing will be required

What you need to bring to the enrolment session:

    • A copy of your latest mid-year report
    • Any medical or learning plan if applicable
    • Any forms we may have posted home to you prior to enrolment evening
    • For Non-Government school students who have not previously been in a Government school please bring proof of identity (download document here)

For further information please contact the college office: 6235 6555 and visit our enrolments page for more information about our huge range of offerings.