​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​We are currently accepting enrolment applications for 2023 and 2024 in all year levels from Prep to Year 12.​

North Lakes State College is split between two campuses, with the Prep to Year 9 campus located on Joyner Circuit and the Senior Secondary (Years 10-12) located at a separate campus on the corner of North Lakes Drive and Little Burke Street; opposite the Westfield Shopping Centre. 

North Lakes State College recognises as its prime obligation the provision of access to an educational service for students who reside within the local catchment area.  Please use the link to view the catchment maps for North Lakes State College and other local schools. ​

Prep Eligibility 

A student whose birthday falls on or prior to 30 June is eligible for Prep the year they turn 5. A student whose birthday falls after 30 June is eligible to commence Prep the year they turn 6.

For example, a student born on the 1st of July, 2018 to the 30th of June, 2019 are eligible for Prep in 2024. Use the kindy calculator to see when your child can start kindy, Prep and Year 1.

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Student Resource Scheme (SRS) 

The College offers a cost effective option for parents to purchase required student resources that are not funded by the Government.  These resources include online subscriptions, consumables, textbooks, photocopying and various other resources 

Completion of the SRS Participation Agreement Form is required as part of your enrolment application. If you choose not to participate in the SRS program you will be provided with a list of resources that must be purchased. 

Families who have indicated that they are participating in the Student Resource Scheme will receive an invoice via email shortly after their student commences at the College from the College Finance Department.  Those who have indicated that they are not participating will receive their General Levy Invoice around the same time.

 Click here to view information on Student Resource Scheme.


Families are to source their own stationery, this is not included in the Student Resource Scheme. Examples of stores that you can purchase your stationery at are – Officeworks, The School Locker, local newsagents, department stores such as Big W, Kmart etc. Please ensure that ALL items are labelled with your child's first and last name.

Click here to view stationery lists for each year level.

Bring Your Own Device

All students at the College use devices to personalise and enrich their learning experience. 

Students bring their own device (BYOD).The device must meet the College BYOD requirements, these requirements can be found on the BYOD page. 

All Year 5, 6 and 7 students will be required to supply an iPad/Tablet as standard school equipment through the BYOD program.

Please note that the College provides limited support for BYOD devices and cannot be held accountable for loss or damage to personal devices. 

Click here to view Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Information for 2023

Uniform Purchase

Following the interview, you will receive a North Lakes State College Uniform Purchase Authorisation, which must be presented to the Uniform Shop to obtain uniforms.  These are unable to be purchased without this authorisation.

Click here to view the uniform p​​olicy.

Click here to view information about ​​​​​​​​​the Uniform Shop.​​

Last reviewed 25 May 2023
Last updated 25 May 2023