All parents/caregivers are invited now to make contact with Brisbane Bayside State College to organise enrolment for 2021.  Many new families enjoy seeing the college in action as well as viewing the magnificent facilities and this opportunity can be achieved by attending one of five open mornings throughout the year. Open mornings are scheduled for Thursday mornings at 9am on the dates listed to the right.

Open mornings include a short tour, an information session and morning tea. Enrolment interviews – a compulsory part of the process, are available after the morning tea. If you are unable to attend an open morning, enrolment interviews are available at other times by contacting the school office. 

Please bring the following to the enrolment interview: 

  • A completed application for student enrolment form.
  • Copies of the most recent report card.
  • NAPLAN reports.
  • Birth certificates.
  • Any relevant passport and/or visa documentation.
  • Copy of driver's licence and utilities bill or lease agreement.
  • Court orders if applicable.

Applicants will be notified by letter shortly after the interview if they have been successful or not with the enrolment application. Brisbane Bayside State College is an enrolled managed school and enrolment preference may be given to students who live in the catchment area. 

A letter outlining the details of the day will be sent closer to the time.

To contact Lee-Ann Kohl our enrolments officer, you can either phone or email.


Phone: (07) 3893 5306


Open Afternoon

Open day remains a key opportunity for all members of the local community to visit our College and tour the school. The experience allows members of the community to engage with our students, appreciating their talents and skills, view our state of the art facilities, interact with our professional staff and hear from our College Principal. Student enrolments will also take place on this day.

RSVP: Please call 3893 5306 before to secure an interview time. 

Wednesday 19 May 2021

3:00PM - 6:00PM



Year 7 2022 -

Wednesday Afternoons & Saturday Morning Enrolment Interviews

All parents and guardians wishing to enrol their child at the College are invited to attend our scheduled enrolment sessions. Parents/ guardians may acquire enrolment packs from Brisbane Bayside State College administration, their primary school administration centre or download from the college website.

Enrolments commence on our Open Day. Early entrance application into our signature programs - STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), STEP (Sports Training Extension Pathway and BEAT (Bayside Excellence in the Arts Talent) *Extracurricular

RSVP: Please call the 3893 5333 before the date you would like to attend to secure an interview time.

Wednesday - 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Saturday 9:00am - 11:00am

26 May 202113 March 2021
18 August 2021​
5 June 2021
13 October 2021
7 August 2021

6 November 2021


Orientation day

The high school orientation day is an important event for all year 6 students since it supports the transition from primary school, by allowing students to meet teachers, build friendships and become familiar with school grounds and procedures. It also provides a great opportunity for parents/carers to meet with the key personnel. 

The outline for the Brisbane Bayside State College orientation day is:


Students and Parents


Arrive at the College

Meet at the Hall, student receive name tags


Introductory session

Principal's Welcome, Introduction of key staff, Extra-curricular information

9.35am-10.35amParent departure plus orientation Activities
10.35am-11.10amMorning tea - supplied

Orientation activities

1.10pm-1.45pmLunch - bring from home or purchase from the canteen
1.45pm-2.25pmOrientation activities
2.35pmStudents to be collected from hall or escorted to bus zone for pick-up


If travelling by car you should use the lower car park and if using public transport you can plan your trip with Translink Journey Planner. On arrival at the college please walk through the front of the school to the hall.

Students must wear their current school uniform, closed in shoes and bring a sunhat. Morning tea will be supplied and students can bring their own lunch or purchase food from the canteen. 

Parents and guardians are welcome to stay for the assembly where the Principal and key Junior Secondary staff will address the students. After this session all students will be involved in orientation day activities.

Last reviewed 03 December 2020
Last updated 03 December 2020