The Application process

The first step in the application process is to complete the Expression of Interest form on the website.

Once received, the college will  make contact to arrange an information meeting with the relevant Regional Principal.

Suitability will then be determined and parents/carers will be provided an application form to complete.

When the completed application pack has been received, the college will determine program suitability and a meeting will be booked with the relevant Program Leader. 

Following this meeting will be an offer of enrolment.

Step 1. Expression of Interest

To commence the application process please complete the Expression of Interest form on this website

Step 2. Attend Information Session with Regional Principal

This session is a face to face meeting with both student and parent/guardian to learn more about the program, understand the student’s needs and help determine suitability.

Step 3. Complete Application Pack

Families wishing to proceed must complete the Application Form with all additional documentation attached.

The following documentation is required for each child:

  • All pages of the enrolment application pack completed, and Memorandum of Agreement signed.
  • A copy of the child’s proof of identity (Birth Certificate/Passport/Birth extract).
    Note: unless the proof of identity is received, the application cannot be processed.
  • A copy of the child’s passport for New Zealand citizens, residency documents for permanent residents from overseas, or citizenship documents for naturalised citizens.
  • A copy of the child’s current Immunisation History Statement or proof of vaccination status, and Medicare details. (Immunisation History is available online from MyGov or Medicare, and needs to be less than 2 months old)
  • A copy of any diagnostic or medical reports, and medical management plans.
  • A copy of the student’s previous two school reports.

*Additions for the ConnectEd program:

  • A copy of a medical referral letter from a medical professional.

Step 4. Program Tour

Once the application has been assessed and the most suitable program determined, a meeting will be booked with the relevant program for a tour and meet and greet.

Step 5. Offer of enrolment

Once all parties are in agreement to proceed with the enrolment, parent/guardian will receive an offer of acceptance and commencement date.

For further details regarding your region please refer to the list of current contacts below or on the ‘Locations’ page.


Perth Metro

12 Winton Road, Joondalup
PO Box 301, Joondalup DC WA 6919

Great Southern

Unit 1/ 78 Lockyer Ave, Albany, WA 6330


Po Box 1356 Kununurra WA 6743


Head office

Suite 12 & 14, 42-44 King Street, Caboolture
PO Box 388, Caboolture, QLD 4510

Enrolment Intake Dates 2024

WA Orientation Dates 2024

Term 1
  • Orientation 1 – Monday 05 February
  • Orientation 2 – Tuesday 05 March
Term 2
  • Orientation 3 – External – Monday 22 April
  • Orientation 4 – Internal – Monday 20 May

Term 3

  • Orientation 5 – External – Monday 22 July
  • Orientation 6  – Internal – Monday 19 August

Term 4

  • Orientation 7 – Internal – Monday  28 October

QLD Orientation Dates 2024 TBC

Fees and charges

Alta-1 believes that education should be accessible to everyone. We offer a fee structure with various payment options with concessions available for specific card holders. Please contact your relevant administration office for more information.