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Prep enrolments now open for 2025

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The North Central Review
The North Central Review is an independently owned newspaper publishing company based in Kilmore that is responsible for publishing two community newspapers each week, covering communities within the Mitchell Shire

The State Government has opened enrolments for the 2025 intake of prep students – encouraging families to plan their applications for their preferred school.

Minister for Education Ben Caroll recently announced enrolment applications are open until July 26 for families to plan, visit schools and receive the information they need to apply. 

Students have access to their designated neighbourhood school.

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“Planning for your child’s education is exciting – we’re making sure families have the most up-to-date information to enrol their children at our fantastic primary schools,” Mr Caroll said. 

“We’re making sure all Victorians have access to first-rate schools close to home so that students have every chance to thrive at school.”

Parents and carers will receive offer letters by August 9, while applications received after July 26 will be considered by schools as they are received.

Families with children in year six will receive a placements information pack at the start of term two which includes an application for year seven placement form, which will need to be submitted by May 10. 

Families applying for places at their local government school from the start of term two can now access the recently updated Find my School website – giving parents and carers the latest information on school zones.

The Find my School website allows families to find their designated neighbourhood government school and other government schools nearby – providing clarity on what their government school options are for their children.

It now includes six new government schools set to open in 2025, along with small changes to existing government school zones to reflect changes in school provision and adjustments to improve accessibility for all students.

Schools can be found by typing in a residential address or searching by school name or categories such as primary, secondary, or specialist school.

To find your local school zone, visit and to learn more about the enrolment process, visit

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