Bishop Tyrrell Senior School is an extraordinary home that focuses on consistent effort, academic growth, and preparation for adulthood. Our prime concern is your child’s learning and wellbeing, and our innovative teaching gets consistently excellent results, particularly in Year 12.
Students are cared for and taught in a positive, dynamic environment that cherishes the values of faith, respect, collaboration, opportunity, and the pursuit of excellence. They leave us with a deep love of learning that empowers them to step confidently into their future.
Our mission is to inspire and ignite the imaginations of our young people. BTAC students are courageous and kind, positive and thankful. They interact with students and teachers with respect, integrity and determination and depart our college with a clear view of where the want to go and who they want to be.
Building on the foundations of our Junior School, Senior School students continue to grow physically, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually with the support of dedicated teachers and staff.
We encourage all students to engage in a balanced range of extra curricular activities. This holistic approach to educating young people develops the knowledge and skills they need to flourish outside the BTAC community once they graduate from the college.
Our Senior School is open to enrolment applications for years 7 – 12 throughout the school year. Entry can be made mid term or at the beginning of a term.
The optimal time for students to transition to a college setting is Year 3.
Our college offers transition programs that commence in the junior school, enabling children to gradually utilize the resources and teaching staff of the secondary college. By gradually increasing their time on campus from Year 3 onwards, students are better prepared for a successful transition to Year 7.
The enrolment process for Year 7 begins in February the year prior.
The enrolment process for senior school begins with a tour or enuiry which is through our admissions page, you would then complete an online application for enrolment, from there each child will sit a student-centered interview. If offered a place you will receive a letter of offer for your child and an enrolment fee would be paid to secure their spot.
Year 7 transition information for new students will be communicated towards the middle of Term 3 and consists of four days on site where children will attend classes, meet their cohort, Dean of Year, teaching staff and other professionals. They would have time to get comfortable with the facilities and get a taste for what the world of secondary entails.
Learn all about how to enrol at Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College, from our enrolment process to our fees. We look forward to your application.