Choosing a nurturing environment for your child’s schooling is challenging. KTC is here to help you with this challenge. We are a supportive, welcoming school, focused on children and their families.
If you would like to know more, contact Rachelle Smith, our Enrolment Officer on 9301 1141. Rachelle will guide you through the process and connect you with our Caretaker Coordinators (in Early Learning), or respective Heads of Schools, who will share with you the wonderful opportunities available for your child at KTC.
A $50 enrolment fee should be submitted within the application process.
You will not incur any other costs in the application process. However, once your child is offered a place at Kesser Torah College, you will have to pay a non-refundable $500 fee that will secure your child’s place.
Our Enrolments Officer will send you a confirmation that your Enrolments Form has been received.
Once offered a place, you will receive two documents. An Acceptance Enrolment Form as well as a form requesting your child’s personal details.
In order to ensure a place for your child, its recommended to enrol as early as possible.
Children are able to be enrolled in KTC Early Learning at one year of age.
We are always available to discuss your child’s special needs with you and let you see what we have to offer throughout the College.
Yes. Our financial Assistance Committee will review each application on a case by case basis.
We implement a true dual curriculum with an excellent Jewish Studies curriculum and General Studies programme.
We are a small school with a big heart: as a result of this, children are given far more individual and personal attention then would be possible in a large school.
Over 40% of our students come from Modern-Orthodox, observant families. These students have integrated well into College life; have been peer-selected as leaders at school captain levels and at student council levels. While we are a Chabad school, we welcome, and indeed embrace families from different hashkafot.
Kesser Torah has one of the highest rates of Aliyah within its community. Our students have a very strong relationship with, and connection to, Israel.
We commemorate Yom Hazikaron and Yom Yerushalayim with passion and sincerity. On the day of Israel’s Independence, Yom Haatzmaut, we celebrate throughout the College with guest speakers, blue and white and a 1000 flags of Israel.
Over 80% of our students will study in Israel on various education programmes post HSC.
Yes, we run a biannual Tour of 5 weeks for students in years 9 and 10, covering every aspect of Israel (the 2017 Tour had 40 participants).
Definitely. We have over 20 HSC subjects on offer and many of our students proceed to university in various faculties. We have an excellent team of dedicated and experienced General Studies teachers and a rigorous academic programme.
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