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Enrol Your Child at Woodleigh School

Selecting the school that’s right for you is an important process. 

Our Enrolment Team is committed to making your experience as personal and enjoyable as possible.


If you would like to speak to us about the benefits of a Woodleigh education please complete this enquiry form, give us a call on 5971 6100 or email us.

Woodleigh School is a place that affirms openness, independence, creativity, self-motivation and initiative; elements that you can sense as soon as you enter the school. Woodleigh School is entirely coeducational and committed to the belief that this is the only suitable setting to educate children for adult life.

Applications for Enrolment may be submitted at any time throughout the year, and early applications are encouraged, to increase the likelihood of securing a place for your child in your preferred year of entry.

Welcome to Woodleigh.

Adventurous Minds Scholarships

For Entry into Years 5 and 7, 2026

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: FRIDAY 19 JULY 2024

General Information

The Academic Scholarships are awarded to the most highly able students. Woodleigh is seeking a curious student looking to question continuously and searching for knowledge and understanding. Students who display outstanding academic ability on the scholarship test will be invited to an interview with the Principal.

Woodleigh's mission is to develop creative, compassionate, skilful, and resilient young people who can thrive in an ever-changing world. Our commitments include:

  • Knowing and celebrating the unique strengths, interests, and abilities of all learners
  • Fostering a sense of awareness, empathy and identity that supports personal and collective wellbeing
  • Encouraging curiosity, initiative, and responsibility in the lifelong pursuit of learning
  • Engaging as active citizens of our local and global communities
  • Contributing to local, national, and global conversations that promote intercultural understanding
  • Acting as stewards for the sustainable use and protection of our natural environment

Academic Scholarship

Woodleigh welcomes applications for entry into Years 5 and 7 in 2026.

Applications

Applications for the Years 5 and 7, 2026 Academic Scholarships are now open and close on Friday 19 July 2024.

Supporting Documentation

The following documents are required for each scholarship candidate:

  • Completed Application for Enrolment (if you haven't applied previously)
  • Complete the Application for Scholarship Testing (compulsory)
  • Cover letter outlining the student’s qualities and achievements
  • Last two full school reports
  • NAPLAN test results
  • A passport style photograph
  • Letter of recommendation from the student's School Principal or teacher
  • Option to record a 30-second video or a written piece explaining how you would like to make a difference in the world in which we live.

Please UPLOAD supporting documents here by Friday 19 July 2026.

Applicants should have sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn, and the willingness to give their best to Woodleigh's extensive co-curricular programs. We seek young leaders who are committed to our community and work to better themselves and their peers through active contribution and service.

All scholarship applicants are required to sit the Scholarship Examination to be held on Saturday 3 August 2024.

Documents can also be addressed to Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments, at enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au by the closing date of Friday 19 July 2024. Applications will not be accepted after this date.

Inclusions

The Academic Scholarships cover a percentage of Tuition Fees only and is tenable through to the end of Year 12.

Additional costs such as the Consolidated Charges, camps, uniforms and books are not part of the Tuition Fees and are therefore not covered by the scholarship.

Expectations

Receiving the Academic Scholarship is a privilege, and students are responsible for being leaders within our community, adhering to our values of Respect for Self, Others and the Environment. Awardees will participate in an annual scholarship review; this meeting will occur between the Principal and Deputy Principal, Head of Campus. It will be structured as a mentoring opportunity for scholarship students as they journey through Woodleigh School. They will reflect on what has been achieved and discuss aspirations for the year ahead.

Scholarship Process

Applications are OPEN

Applications close on: Friday 19 July 2024

Compulsory Scholarship Testing: Saturday 3 August 2024

The first round of interviews will occur in mid-August 2024.

Scholarship offers are strictly confidential and are made at the discretion of the Principal. All applicants will receive communication from the school advising the outcome of their application by the end of September 2024.

Further Information

If you have any further questions regarding Woodleigh School Scholarships, please contact Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments.

03 5971 6100 or enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au

For Entry into Years 5 and 7, 2026

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: FRIDAY 19 JULY 2024

General Information

Principal’s Scholarships are awarded based on sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn and the willingness to fully participate in the co-curricular life of the school. We seek young leaders who are committed to our community and work to better themselves and their peers through active contribution and service.

Woodleigh's mission is to develop creative, compassionate, skilful, and resilient young people who can thrive in an ever-changing world. Our commitments include:

  • Knowing and celebrating the unique strengths, interests, and abilities of all learners
  • Fostering a sense of awareness, empathy and identity that supports personal and collective wellbeing
  • Encouraging curiosity, initiative, and responsibility in the lifelong pursuit of learning
  • Engaging as active citizens of our local and global communities
  • Contributing to local, national, and global conversations that promote intercultural understanding
  • Acting as stewards for the sustainable use and protection of our natural environment

Principal's Scholarship

Woodleigh welcomes applications for entry into Years 5 and 7 in 2026.

Applications

Applications for the Years 5 and 7, 2026 Principal's Scholarships are now open and close on Friday 19 July 2024.

Supporting Documentation

The following documents are required for each scholarship candidate:

  • Completed Application for Enrolment (if you haven't applied previously)
  • Complete the Application for Scholarship Testing (compulsory)
  • Cover letter outlining the student’s qualities and achievements
  • Last two full school report
  • Semester 1, 2024 full school report
  • NAPLAN test results
  • A passport style photograph
  • Letter of recommendation from the student's School Principal or teacher
  • Option to record a 30-second video or a written piece explaining how you would like to make a difference in the world in which we live.

Please UPLOAD support documentation here by Friday 19 July 2024.

Woodleigh is seeking a curious student looking to question continuously and searching for knowledge and understanding.

All scholarship applicants are required to sit the Scholarship Examination to be held on Saturday 3 August 2024.

Documents can also be addressed to Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments, at enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au by the closing date of Friday 19 July 2024. Applications will not be accepted after this date.

Inclusions

The Principal's Scholarships cover a percentage of Tuition Fees only and is tenable through to the end of Year 12.

Additional costs such as the Consolidated Charges, camps, uniforms and books are not part of the Tuition Fees and are therefore not covered by the scholarship.

Expectations

Receiving the Principal's Scholarship is a privilege, and students are responsible for being leaders within our community, adhering to our values of Respect for Self, Others and the Environment. Awardees will participate in an annual scholarship review; this meeting will occur between the Principal and Deputy Principal, Head of Campus. It will be structured as a mentoring opportunity for scholarship students as they journey through Woodleigh School. They will reflect on what has been achieved and discuss aspirations for the year ahead.

Scholarship Process

Applications are OPEN

Applications close on: Friday 19 July 2024

Compulsory Scholarship Testing: Saturday 3 August 2024

The first round of interviews will occur in mid-August 2024.

Scholarship offers are strictly confidential and are made at the discretion of the Principal. All applicants will receive communication from the school advising the outcome of their application by the end of September 2024.

Further Information

If you have any further questions regarding Woodleigh School Scholarships, please contact Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments.

03 5971 6100 or enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au

For Entry into Year 7, 2025

APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

General Information

The Woodleigh School Board is pleased to be able to offer Community Scholarships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. The Scholarships are for entry into Year 7 2025 for students who do not currently attend the school and who would otherwise be unable to attend.  The opportunities afforded by a Woodleigh education is a life-changing and transformative for individuals and their families.

Community Scholarship

Woodleigh School welcomes applications from students of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage who feel they have much to offer our school community.  The Community Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn, and the willingness to participate fully in the co-curricular life of the school.  This includes a connection to culture, leadership skills, citizenship qualities and a willingness to be part of Woodleigh School's Reconciliation Group. 

Students are expected to make the most of all opportunities afforded to them at Woodleigh and parent(s) will actively support every aspect of their schooling. Boarding and homestay facilities are NOT available, so applicants are expected to live with their families/guardians within a commutable distance of the school.

Applications

Applications for the Year 7 2025 Community Scholarships are now closed.

Supporting Documentation

The following documents are required for each scholarship candidate:

  • Completed Application for Enrolment
  • Cover letter outlining the student’s qualities and achievements
  • Semester 1, 2023 full school report
  • Semester 2, 2023 full school report
  • Year 5 NAPLAN test results
  • Year 3 NAPLAN test results
  • Proof of Aboriginality
  • Letter of recommendation from the student’s School Principal or Year 6 teacher
  • Other documents providing evidence of the candidate’s commitment to and involvement in their local community

The candidate should also submit a written piece (no longer than 500 words) introducing themselves and telling us about their ‘mob’, family or community.  How would they make a positive contribution to the Woodleigh community?

Inclusions 

  • Community Scholarships cover 100% of Tuition Fees and Consolidated Charges and are tenable through to the end of Year 12
  • The Student Entry Fee ($900.00) is waived for the successful applicants 
  • Additional costs, such as uniforms and textbooks, are covered at the Principal's discretion
  • Camps are covered, with $600 allocated to our Activities Camp options
  • One visit to Ampilatwatja Community
  • Valedictory and formals

Expectations

The scholarships are awarded with the intention that the successful candidates will continue through to the end of Year 12 and are subject to annual review by the Principal.  If it is felt that the student’s work, behaviour, or attendance is below standard or inappropriate, the Principal reserves the right to withdraw the scholarship with reasonable notice.  Applications for this Community Scholarship are only open to students not currently attending Woodleigh School, and who would otherwise be unable to attend.

Students are expected to make the most of all opportunities afforded them and that their parent(s) will actively support every aspect of their schooling.

Results

Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed by the Principal along with Woodleigh's Head of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Programs.

Scholarship offers are strictly confidential and are made at the discretion of the Principal.  No correspondence will be entered into.  All applicants will receive communication from the school advising the outcome of their application.

Further Information

If you have any further questions regarding Woodleigh School Scholarships, please contact Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments.

03 5971 6100 or enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au.

Download Community Scholarship Information

For Entry into Years 5 and 7, 2025

APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

General Information

The Principals - Community and Culture Scholarship is a new Woodleigh scholarship that connects with our Values, Mission Statement and Commitments outlined in the Learning to Thrive Strategic Plan.

Woodleigh is seeking a student looking to become a leader within Woodleigh's student community who is always looking to make a difference and contribute to better outcomes for the community locally and internationally through Woodleigh Community Partnerships and Service Learning opportunities.

Values of Respect for Self, Others and the Environment

Mission Statement - The purposeful development of creative, compassionate, skilful, and resilient young people who can thrive in an ever-changing world.

Commitments:

  • Knowing and celebrating the unique strengths, interests, and abilities of all learners
  • Fostering a sense of awareness, empathy and identity that supports personal and collective wellbeing
  • Encouraging curiosity, initiative, and responsibility in the lifelong pursuit of learning
  • Engaging as active citizens of our local and global communities
  • Contributing to local, national, and global conversations that promote intercultural understanding
  • Acting as stewards for the sustainable use and protection of our natural environment

We will be seeking students who are curious, who continuously challenge and question, and who seek out answers and understanding.

Community and Culture Scholarship

Woodleigh welcomes applications for entry into Years 5 and 7 in 2025 who do not currently attend the school. 

Applications

Applications for the Years 5 and 7, 2025 Principals - Community and Culture Scholarships are now closed.

Supporting Documentation

The following documents are required for each scholarship candidate:

  • Complete Woodleigh's Application for Enrolment (if you haven't applied previously)
  • Complete the Application for Scholarship Testing (compulsory)
  • Cover letter outlining the student’s qualities and achievements
  • Semester 1, 2023 full school report
  • Semester 2, 2023 full school report
  • Year 5 NAPLAN test results 
  • Year 3 NAPLAN test results
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Option to record a 30-second video or a written piece explaining how you would like to make a difference in the world in which we live.

Applicants should have sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn, and the willingness to give their best to Woodleigh's extensive co-curricular programs. We seek young leaders who are committed to our community and work to better themselves and their peers through active contribution and service.

All scholarship applicants are required to sit the Scholarship Examination to be held on Saturday 18 May 2024.

Creative thinkers who strive for excellence and are dedicated to their community are encouraged to apply.

Documents can also be addressed to Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments, at enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au by the closing date of Friday 10 May 2024. Applications will not be accepted after this date.

Inclusions

The Principals - Community and Culture Scholarships cover a percentage of Tuition Fees only and is tenable through to the end of Year 12.

Additional costs such as the Consolidated Charges, camps, uniforms and books are not part of the Tuition Fees and are therefore not covered by the scholarship.  

Expectations

Receiving the Principals - Community and Culture Scholarship is a privilege, and students are responsible for being leaders within our community, adhering to our values of Respect for Self, Others and the Environment. Awardees will participate in an annual scholarship review; this meeting will occur between the Deputy Principal - Community, Culture and Student Experience and the Principal. It will be structured as a mentoring opportunity for scholarship students as they journey through Woodleigh School. They will reflect on what has been achieved and discuss aspirations for the year ahead.

Scholarship Process

Applications closed on: Friday 10 May 2024

Compulsory Scholarship Testing: Saturday 18 May 2024

The first round of interviews will occur in June 2024.

Scholarship offers are strictly confidential and are made at the discretion of the Principal. All applicants will receive communication from the school advising the outcome of their application by the end of June 2024.

Further Information

If you have any further questions regarding Woodleigh School Scholarships, please contact Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments.

03 5971 6100 or enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au

For Entry into Years 5 and 7, 2025

APPLICATION NOW CLOSED

General Information

The Performing Arts Scholarship is an opportunity for motivated students interested in joining our Performing Arts community. Woodleigh has a thriving drama and music department with many performance opportunities, including Musicales, Arts Week events, Productions, Cambodia Fundraising events, Soirees, and many band opportunities.

Woodleigh is seeking a scholarship recipient who is either a musician or has a passion for performance. The Scholarships are for entry into Years 5 and 7 2025 for students who do not currently attend the school.

Music

Woodleigh welcomes applications who show evidence of a high degree of talent in their chosen instrument/s. It is expected that applicants can perform to a minimum standard of AMEB Grade 3 (for Year 7 entry) or AMEB Grade 2 (for Year 5 entry), or a comparable level. 

Performance

Woodleigh welcomes applications from those who are passionate about performance and would like to contribute to Woodleigh's performances and activities, whether on stage or backstage. Applicants who can provide evidence of previous drama experience, performances, and/or references will support this application.

Applications

Applications for the Years 5 and 7, 2025 Performing Arts Scholarships are now closed.

Supporting Documentation

The following documents are required for each scholarship candidate:

  • Complete Woodleigh's Application for Enrolment (if you haven't applied previously)
  • Complete the Application for Scholarship Testing (compulsory) 
  • Cover letter outlining the student’s qualities and achievements
  • Semester 1, 2023 full school report
  • Semester 2, 2023 full school report
  • Year 5 NAPLAN test results 
  • Year 3 NAPLAN test results
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Option to record a 30-second video explaining how you would like to contribute to our thriving performing arts department, please share this via a link

Applicants should have sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn, and the willingness to give their best to Woodleigh's extensive co-curricular programs. We seek young leaders who are committed to our community and work to better themselves and their peers through active contribution and service.

All scholarship applicants are required to sit the Scholarship Examination to be held on Saturday 18 May 2024.

Creative thinkers, who strive for excellence and are dedicated to their community, are encouraged to apply.

Documents can also addressed to Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments, at enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au by the closing date of Friday 10 May 2024. Applications will not be accepted after this date.

Inclusions

The Performing Arts Scholarships cover a percentage of Tuition Fees only and is tenable through to the end of Year 12.

Additional costs such as the Consolidated Charges, camps, uniforms and books are not part of the Tuition Fees and are therefore not covered by the scholarship.  

Expectations

Receiving the Performing Arts Scholarship is a privilege, and students are responsible for being leaders within our community, adhering to our values of Respect for Self, Others and the Environment. Awardees will participate in an annual scholarship review; this meeting will occur between the Director of Music or Head of Drama and the Principal. It will be structured as a mentoring opportunity for scholarship students as they journey through Woodleigh School. They will reflect on what has been achieved and discuss aspirations for the year ahead.

Please note that performance roles are decided on merit, so we cannot guarantee that the scholarship recipient will receive a lead role in performances.

Scholarship Process

Applications closed on: Friday 10 May 2024

Compulsory Scholarship Testing: Saturday 18 May 2024

The first round of auditions and interviews will occur in June 2024.

Scholarship offers are strictly confidential and are made at the discretion of the Principal. All applicants will receive communication from the school advising the outcome of their application by the end of June 2024.

Further Information

If you have any further questions regarding Woodleigh School Scholarships, please contact Laura Maasburg, Director of Enrolments.

03 5971 6100 or enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au

Enrol Online


To place your child on our applicant list please apply online, making sure to include all required documentation.

Whilst an application does not guarantee your child a place, it does ensure they are added to the enrolment list and considered for their desired year of entry.

Applications are ordered by date of receipt, with consideration given to current families and children of past students.*

*Other levels of priority exist. Please call our Enrolments Team for further information 5971 6100.

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Virtual Tours

Can't make it on campus, but are still keen to get a feel for what Woodleigh is like on the ground? Take in our virtual tours.

Minimbah, Penbank and the Senior Campus are now all accessible via the below links.

Feel free to contact our Enrolments Team with any questions you might have, or book a campus tour or a place at an information session with our Principal, David Baker using the forms below.

Enrolment Information Sessions

​Enrolment Information Sessions are presented regularly at Woodleigh School. These sessions give a complete and broad understanding of the ethos and philosophies of the school as a whole.

Sessions are held at each campus and include information about our academic curriculum, sport, The Arts, Camps and Activities programs, and exchange opportunities. These sessions offer an invaluable insight into life at Woodleigh, both in the primary and secondary years. Evenings conclude with a Q&A session, providing parents with the opportunity to ask the Principal any questions they may have.

Bookings for Information Sessions are required.

Please register your attendance by filling out the form below.

We also offer regular group tours of the Minimbah, Penbank and Senior Campuses. Click here to book a Campus Tour.

Campus Tours

Campus Tours

Woodleigh School invites you to join us at our Minimbah, Penbank and Senior Campuses to discover more about what makes Woodleigh the school for Adventurous Minds.

Tour our grounds and buildings and learn how we support every individual to follow their own path.

MINIMBAH CAMPUS

Minimbah Campus Tours focus on ECC-Year 6 programs at the School.

Minimbah Campus Tours may also be held at other times by arrangement with Rod Davies, Head of Minimbah Campus. Call 9788 6488 to make an appointment.

PENBANK CAMPUS

Penbank Campus Tours focus on ECC-Year 6 programs at the School.

Penbank Campus Tours may also be held at other times by arrangement with Vivienne Wearne, Head of Penbank Campus. Call 5978 8425 to make an appointment.

SENIOR CAMPUS

Senior Campus Tours focus on Year 7-12 programs at the School.

Senior Campus Tours may also be held at other times by arrangement with our Enrolments Team. Call 5971 6100 to make an appointment.

Woodleigh Fees

Application for Enrolment

An Application for Enrolment form may be submitted at any time. The application is not binding, and enables your son or daughter’s name to be placed on the waiting list for the appropriate year and level.

No place is guaranteed until after interview and a Letter of Offer received by you and the Terms of Business and Student Entry Fee returned to the School. The application form must be accompanied by a payment of $100.00.

Please review the Woodleigh School Enrolments Policy and Terms of Business, whilst considering applying for a Woodleigh education. 

Woodleigh's Terms of Business are signed by each family and are an ongoing contract between Woodleigh and the family. The Enrolments Policy consists of guidelines and processes to support Woodleigh and its families, which are consistent with our philosophy, mission statement, values and ethos.

Student Entry Fee

A Student Entry Fee is payable prior to the commencement of each child at Woodleigh School. No place is considered reserved until the non-refundable Student Entry Fee is paid.

Woodleigh School Fees for 2024 – Effective from Term 1, 2024

Download 2024 Fees Information

Consolidated Levy

The Consolidated levy incorporates costs such as camps (except the new 2023 Minimbah Year 6 Bali camp which will be charged to fee accounts separately) school transport to excursions, sporting events and other off campus activities; provision of a laptop/iPad and associated IT software and support, subject levies and materials and other programs supporting the development of our students.

Building Levy

A Building Levy of $695.00 per family will be charged in four (4) equal instalments.

Sibling Discount

A reduction of 5% is given on Tuition Fees for the second child, 25% for the third child and 50% for the fourth and subsequent children who are attending the School at the same time.

Late Fees and Overdue Accounts

Fees not paid by the payment due date noted on each statement will incur a late fee of $175 for every 30 days the account remains in arrears. The School appreciates families can, at times, experience financial challenges and it is the School’s preference to partner with our families to work through this together. In any instance where School Fees are overdue and a suitable arrangement cannot be agreed upon with Woodleigh School, then the School may withdraw or revoke a student’s enrolment and take legal action to recover outstanding fees.

Students commencing during term

Students commencing during term will be charged on a pro-rata basis for tuition only. The Consolidated Charge and Building Levy will be charged at the full term rate.

School Books

Students at Woodleigh School will be expected to purchase some of their basic textbooks and all of their stationery requirements. A booklist from the School’s official book supplier is published at the end of each school year. From 2023, subject levies are included within the Consolidated Levy and not included on the book lists. For some subjects that require additional materials or costs these will be charged to the fee account separately.

Woodleigh Alumni

A one-off charge of $250 will be charged to the Year 12 Term 2 fee account for life membership to the Woodleigh Alumni. 

Music Tuition

Music for Years 5–8 involves an Instrumental Program in conjunction with a Classroom Music Program. Outside of Years 5 to 8, charges for hire and use of instruments will be $59 per term. These charges cover depreciation and maintenance. Where students provide their own instruments there will be no instrumental charge.

In addition to compulsory Music education classes and ensemble playing as part of the normal weekly school timetable, we can offer private tuition in the following:

  • Piano A piano should be available at home for practice.
  • Guitar All styles.
  • Percussion Tuned and untuned percussion including Drum Kit.
  • Strings Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass.
  • Woodwind Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone.
  • Brass Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Euphonium, Tuba.
  • Voice Contemporary or classical style.
  • Voice For public speaking and acting.
  • Theory/Aural skills General skills and/or exam preparation.

Instrumental lessons are charged a full term in advance.
Instrumental lessons can commence throughout term at any time. If commencing mid-term, the first term’s fees are charged in arrears.

Withdrawal From Lessons

If a student is not going to continue individual music lessons, notification of discontinuation must be provided in writing to the Music Administrator at jcorbel@woodleigh.vic.edu.au by the end of the fifth week of that term. A reminder will be sent each term asking for notification should you wish to discontinue lessons. If we do not receive notification in the given timeframe, lessons will be expected to continue and will be charged until the end of the following term.

Parents will be billed on their fee account each term.

Students will be charged for missed lessons unless 24 hours notice of absence is given.

Buses

Many Woodleigh students use our extensive bus network to get to and from school.

Contract Buses

All three campuses are serviced by a contract bus network from all areas of the Mornington Peninsula, including;

  • Sorrento
  • Boneo
  • Flinders
  • Merricks
  • Mount Martha
  • Waterways* (including Chelsea, Patterson Lakes, Sandhurst, Carrum Downs)
  • Junior Campus Direct Bus (Junior Campus students only, including Flinders, Shoreham, Balnarring, Red Hill, Dromana, Penbank and Minimbah Campuses)
  • Junior Campus Shuttle – connecting Minimbah Campus and the Senior Campus serving Minimbah Campus Contract Bus travellers

*New in 2023


Driver Bus Lines operates and manages Woodleigh School's contract buses. Families pay per term for full or half bus usage, prior to the commencement of each term through the Driver Coastal online portal.

Bookings can be made at the start of term, following the link and instructions sent by email prior to the start of each Term. All routes and stops can also be viewed via the online portal. The cost of travel depends on the zone travelled. The booking system calculates the Term cost at the time of booking. (The average number of days per Term is approx. 45 days).

Please be aware that our contract bus routes/costs are reviewed annually, and may increase by 2025

Casual bookings can be made, subject to availability, via the Driver Online Portal by parents before the day of travel. In 2024, the cost of a casual zone trip is a set of $14.55, and Minimbah Shuttle is $7.50.

For more information about bus services at Woodleigh School contact:

Bus Coordinator at Senior Campus by email buses@woodleigh.vic.edu.au or by phone on (03) 5971 6100.


Myki Buses

Dedicated Myki school buses service Mornington, Mount Eliza, Frankston South and Frankston (including Frankston train station) for the cost of a Myki fare. Students can use these services as needed by tapping on and off their Myki card.

Contact

For more information about bus services at Woodleigh School contact:

Bus Coordinator at Senior Campus by email buses@woodleigh.vic.edu.au or by phone on (03) 5971 6100.

Term Dates

2024 TERM DATES

Term 1

  • Term 1 Begins for students Thursday 1 February (Y7&12 On Wednesday 31 January)
  • Term 1 Ends Thursday 28 March (29 March Good Friday)

Term 2

  • Term 2 Begins for students Tuesday 16 April
  • Term 2 Ends Friday 21 June

Term 3

  • Term 3 Begins for students Tuesday 16 July
  • Term 3 Ends Friday 20 September

Term 4

  • Term 4 Begins for students Tuesday 8 October
  • Term 4 Ends For ECC–Y9 Students Friday 6 December

2025 TERM DATES

Term 1

  • Term 1 Begins for Y7 and 12 students Thursday 30 January 
  • Term 1 Begins for all other year levels Friday 31 January
  • Term 1 Ends Friday 4 April 

Term 2

  • Term 2 Begins for students Wednesday 23 April (ANZAC Day on Friday 25 April)
  • Adventurous Minds Day (Pupil-free day) Friday 6 June
  • King's Birthday Public Holiday Monday 9 June
  • Term 2 Ends Friday 27 June

Term 3

  • Term 3 Begins for students Tuesday 22 July
  • Term 3 Ends Friday 19 September

Term 4

  • Term 4 Begins for students Tuesday 7 October
  • Term 4 Ends For ECC–Y9 Students Friday 5 December