Enrolment information for parents seeking enrolment at Hamilton Seventh-day Adventist School.
State integrated schools select preference students based on the connection to the special character of the school.
a. The agent for determining preference is the local church pastor, school chaplain, or designee
b. The grounds for preference are the specific or general connection the family has to the beliefs, values, and lifestyle of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
State integrated schools have places for non-preference students.
a. This school has a maximum of 6 non-preference places.
b. There are currently 3-4 places likely to be available next year or a particular year.
c. Non-Preference places criteria:
i. The applicants accept that they will be attending a school of special character and that their place in the school is conditional on their participation in the program.
ii. The applicants accept that they will be required to pay attendance dues as set by the Proprietor and these are not voluntary.
d. Non-Preference selection criteria that apply to this school.
will be given to children of Board of Trustee employees;
will be given to applicants who are siblings of current pupils;
will be given to children of members of the Board of Trustees;
will be given to applicants who are siblings of former pupils ;
will be given to applicants who are children of former pupils;
Non-preference students coming from another Adventist School.
e. Non-preference students who cannot enrol immediately may choose to be placed on a waiting list. Students on this list are wait listed by date and number and will be contacted if places become available.
Enrolment information is also available for this school in hard copy from the office.