18 June 2018

Year 12 Interviews and university applications

Mr Frusher has interviewed most of the Year 12 students to assist them with their TISC applications and other options for next year and beyond.

Applications for public universities (UWA, Murdoch, ECU and Curtin) must be made via TISC Online (web). All procedures for these application methods are outlined in the 2014 TISC GUIDE, of which all students have a copy. Applications for Notre Dame University must be completed separately on a written application form that is available from Mr Frusher.

NB: Please do not apply for entry to Notre Dame via TISC.

TAFE applications must be completed via the web by following the instructions at http://tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au/OnlineLogon.aspx

All additional proof of employment and copies of reports need to be submitted via post to TAFE Admissions. If a student is in doubt about obtaining an ATAR sufficient for his required course at university, then a TAFE application should be submitted as a safety net.

Applications for all universities and TAFE close on Friday 27 September 2013, but students are advised to apply well before this date and not leave it to the last day. If parents have any concerns in regard to the above matters, please contact Mr Frusher at Scotch on 9383 6830 or PFrusher@scotch.wa.edu.au

UWA Scholarships

Applications for a variety of awards and scholarships at The University of Western Australia are now open. Year 12 students who are expecting to do well in this year's WACE Examinations, and who are likely to list a UWA course as their first preference, may like to consider the following information in relation to the UWA Fogarty Foundation City and Regional Scholarships and the UWA Vice Chancellor's Awards of Distinction:

  • Students wishing to apply for either of these can now do so by visiting the Pandora online application site https://www.grs.uwa.edu.au/Pandora/
  • Applications for both of these awards close on Friday 27 September 2013.
  • Once students have completed their online application they need to print the application confirmation and the School Principal's endorsement form. They read, sign and send in the application confirmation. They then need to give Peter Frusher the School Principal's endorsement form for him to complete and submit. More information about these and other awards and scholarships offered by UWA can be found by visiting http://www.scholarships.uwa.edu.au/home/undergrad .
  • Further information is available by contacting the Scholarships Office on 6488 2807 or undergradschols@uwa.edu.au


University Equity Programmes

WA universities offer a variety of entry programmes for students who have experienced disadvantage and disruption during Year 12. Please see Mr Frusher for further information and application procedures.

WACE Examination - Sickness/ Misadventure

If a student's performance in a WACE examination is affected by a temporary sickness, non-permanent disability or unforseen misadventure suffered immediately before or during the examination period OR a student is prevented from attending an examination due to illness or misadventure, a SICKNESS/MISADVENTURE APPLICATION FORM can be obtained from Mr Frusher for completion and forwarding to Schools Standards and Curriculum Authority. There is a long list of reasons that will not be accepted by Curriculum Council but if a student is unsure he needs to check with Mr Frusher.

WACE Subject Holiday Revision Sessions 2013

There are several holiday WACE revision courses that are being offered in the first week of the October holidays:

Edith Cowan University is hosting free WACE Revision Sessions for Year 12 students at Joondalup and Mount Lawley. Subjects on offer include Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Human Biology and English. Sessions are three hours long. Students must register themselves to take part. Registrations from parents will not validate on the electronic system. To register your attendance, please complete the online registration form at http://www.chs.ecu.edu.au/wace/

Wesley WACE Revision Programs Monday 30 September - Friday 4 October 2013

The WACE Revision Seminars are open to all Western Australian Year 12 students. The seminars are run in the first week of the Term 3 school holidays from Monday to Friday. They are held at Wesley College, 40 Coode Street, South Perth. These programs aim to strengthen students' knowledge and understanding of the syllabus and prepare them for WACE exams.

The Revision Seminars provide: review of the WACE syllabuses, take-home notes and handouts, copy of past exam papers, examination hints and techniques, experienced teachers who are experts in their field, small class sizes and high quality revision.

Closing date is Wednesday 25 September 2013.

$185.00/subject = 10 hours/week = 2 hours/day Monday - Friday (inclusive of GST)

Enrol and pay online at http://www.trybooking.com/BUHU and http://www.trybooking.com/31298

If you cannot enrol online, please download Enrolment Form and return by email to waceseminars@wesley.wa.edu.au or post to Wesley College, WACE Revision Seminars, PO Box 149, South Perth 6951.

Trinity College Melbourne

Students between the ages of 14-17 are invited to apply to attend the Young Leaders December program at Trinity College at the University of Melbourne. This residential program is aligned with Melbourne's New Generation Degrees and students can choose from the Arts, Fine Arts, Biomedicine, Science or Commerce streams. The program runs from 1-15 December at a cost of $3150 for the full residential and academic experience. More information and applications can be obtained from Mr Frusher at Scotch.

Mr Frusher

Careers Adviser