Key Dates

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Date Day Description
August 3rd Friday Open Day - Partnership school visits
August 5th Sunday Open Day - All prospective students, parents and the community 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
November 26th Monday Enrolment - Chaffey Secondary College & Irymple Secondary College. 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
November 27th Tuesday Enrolment - Trinity Lutheran College, Merbein P-10 & Henderson College. 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
November 28th Wednesday Enrolment - Non partnership schools, Mildura Christian College & new Year 12 Enrolments. 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
November 19th, 20th, 21st Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Head Start Days - On these days all 2019 Year 12 students are required to attend as teachers will begin Unit 3 work and give out important work to be completed by the start of the following year.

YEAR 11 STUDENTS UNDERTAKING A YEAR 12 SUBJECT in 2019 will also need to attend one of the Head Start days Students will be notified of the day to attend the week prior.

December 11th, 12th, 13th Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Orientation Program - We encourage all students to attend
this program. The orientation program for Year 11 students will run from 9:00am to 3:30pm



Mildura Senior College has six partnership schools, Chaffey Secondary College, Henderson College, Irymple Secondary College, Merbein P-10 College, Mildura Christian College and Trinity Lutheran College. Students from these schools will have their enrolment coordinated by their Year 10 schools.


This process begins in the 7-10 colleges from Monday 6 th August 2018. Preliminary choices are due at Mildura Senior College by Friday 31st August 2018. Mildura Senior College staff will assist in course counselling.


Students from non-partnership schools are required to follow the process below.

How to enrol:
Call the college on (03) 5021 2911 to make an appointment for an enrolment interview.  You will then need to collect an enrolment application pack from the general office.  Please complete this before your interview.

What to Bring to your interview:

  • Most recent reports from previous school showing academic achievement, behaviour and attendance records,
  • Any certificates (e.g. from TAFE) that the student has completed,
  • Formal identification such as Birth Certificate or Learners Permit etc.
  • Non Australian Residents must bring their VISA and Passport.
  • USI number – obtain from usi.gov.au

NOTE: Enrolment requests will not be processed until such documentation is provided.  The college may also request information from your previous school.

When to enrol:
The College accepts the majority of its enrolments from August to November for the following year. 

Requests for mid-year enrolment will take place in early June.


  • The College makes every effort to ensure each student receives the subjects they request. However, factors such as timetable blocks, class sizes and teacher and room availability can restrict subject availability
  • It is preferred that students do not enrol after week three of a semester. However, they could do so to prepare for the following semester.
  • Students applying to select a Unit 3 and 4 (Year 12) subject in Year 11 will complete and submit the ‘Accelerated Studies Expression of Interest Form’ available from their home school.

Accelerated Studies - Year 10 Students

Mildura Senior College offers the opportunity for highly capable Year 10 students to undertake a Year 11 subject of interest as a Year 10 student

Students must have an outstanding work ethic, and be currently excelling in their Year 9 subjects. The subject chosen should be an extension to what the student is currently undertaking in Year 10 (where possible).

  • Students must have been recommended and approved by their home school, as this arrangement can be quite disruptive to their Year 10 program. Students need to complete the ‘Accelerated Studies Expression of Interest Form available from our partner schools. All applications must be made through the current partnership school.

Students will have the opportunity to provide preferences and will only be able to undertake a subject if spaces are available in the course. Students will be notified of this in December via their home school.

Unique Student Identifier

Some students will undergo nationally recognised training and will be required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).

This includes nationally recognised training delivered as part of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Schools programs and vocational training certificates such as First Aid and Food Handlers.

Training organisations will not be able to enrol students or issue Certificates or Statements of Attainment if they have not been given the student’s USI.

Creating a USI account is free. The online USI account will keep an individual’s training records in one place so it’s available anytime on computers, tablets or smart phones.

Action Required

To create a USI, please go to www.usi.gov.au

Students will need to have ONE of the following forms of identification with them to be able create the USI. Options include:

  • Driver's License
  • Medicare Card
  • Australian Passport
  • Visa (with Non-Australian Passport)
  • Birth Certificate (Australian) * a Birth Certificate extract is not sufficient
  • Certificate Of Registration By Descent
  • Citizenship Certificate
  • ImmiCard

If you have any questions regarding the USI application or number please contact Linda Snoxall (Mildura Senior College VETiS Coordinator) on ph. (03) 5021 2911

Unique Student Identifier (USI) information (Printable PDF)