Guest tracyh

Cardijn College - easy to get in?

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    Guest tracyh

    We are hopefully moving out in a few months, we will be near to Seaford/Moana. We really like the look of Cardijn high school, but have been told its difficult to get in. We are not Catholic either so this will not help. Any advice/comments??

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    Guest Intheknow
    We are hopefully moving out in a few months, we will be near to Seaford/Moana. We really like the look of Cardijn high school, but have been told its difficult to get in. We are not Catholic either so this will not help. Any advice/comments??

    Cardijn College is a Catholic school and is open to families of all religions or indeed no religion. Enrolments at the College are very strong so to check on whether there are any vacancies please ring the College on +61883929524

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    I have had a number of guests who have sent their children to Cardijn. They have all been Catholic though.

    It's good to know that it's open to all famiies.

    The schools are back from Moday but there are people there from today getting ready for next week.

    If you are going to be living in Seaford it's about 5km from Noarlunga. They are busy with the rail extension so that will make life easier once finished. It's just a few minutes walk from the Noarlunga interchange to the school.

     

    Tamara

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    Guest Mrs PHH

    We live in Moana and our daughter goes to Cardijn. Don't worry about your kid(s) getting there, the buses go from Moana and Seaford and loads of Cardijn kids get the bus from here so he/she won't be alone.

     

    With regards to enrolments I agree with Intheknow, either give them a call or drop them an email to registrar@cardijn.sa.edu.au

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    Guest seasalt

    My Daughter goes to Cardijn and were not Catholic - she also got a half scholarship. I agree with MrsPHH and intheknow cantact the school

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    Guest tracyh

    thanks for your reply, We are moving from Wolverhampton (well just outside) so not far from your old home. Did you have to have an interview for the school?? How did you get the half scholarship? My son is 12 (13 in August) we are still waiting to hear about our visa's and have been told we should find out next month.

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