Mitcham Girls High School

Enrolments

Mitcham is the only public girls' school in South Australia.  it is unzoned, enabling students to enrol regardless of where they live.  It is situated ony six kilometres from the heart of the city and is easily accessible by public transport.

If you are interested in viewing the school you are invited to attend our Open Day, held in May each year.

Principal Tours are also held on a regular basis and dates are listed on our school calendar.  If you wish to take part in a tour please book a place by phoning the school on 8272 8233.

Year 7/8 Enrolment Process

As Mitcham Girls High is a public school, the Year 7 to 8 transition process is managed through the Department for Education and Child Development (DECD).  Parents should be aware that, due to the information being processed at a state-wide level, the process is a lengthy one.

At the end of Term 1, all Year 7 government students will receive an Enrolment Package from their primary school. This Enrolment Package will include a Registration of Interest (ED176).  Government students need to complete and return this form to their primary school by the end of Week 3, Term 2. Non-government students who wish to attend a government high school will also need to complete the Registration of Interest.  For these students, the form must be returned to DECD.

For enrolment at Mitcham Girls High School, parents need to indicate on their Registration of Interest that their daughter does not wish to attend her zoned high school.  If a parent indicates Mitcham Girls High School on the form, as the student's Choice 1 School, then she will be automatically assigned to attend Mitcham Girls.  No supporting evidence is necessary as Mitcham Girls is not a zoned school and, being the only single sex school in the State, it aims at accepting all Year 8 students who believe they will benefit from a single sex environment.

We will send an acceptance pack to all students who have applied to come to Mitcham Girls High School by the end of Week 4, Term 3. The Mitcham Girls High School acceptance pack includes our school enrolment forms. These forms must be completed and returned directly to the school as soon as possible.  Prompt return of the forms will guarantee your daughter's place and give her a greater chance of receiving her first preference choice subjects.

Mitcham Girls High School holds a Transition Day for future Year 8 students. You will be advised of the date in your acceptance pack and through further correspondence.

For further information on the general process visit the DECD website or phone Mitcham Girls High School.

Years 9 - 12

Enrolment at Mitcham Girls for Years 9, 10, 11 and 12 is dependent on student numbers and subject availability.

Interested parents will need to phone the school to express their interest or complete the Expression of Interest to Enrol form and once completed email to dl.0903.info@schools.sa.edu.au. The enrolling parent will then be contacted within a few days by a school counsellor.  Prospective students are expected to attend an interview with their parents.

Latest News

Student Reports

State Winner Year 9 for South Australia

Congratulations to Zuha Faisal for her successful entry in the National History Challenge.  

Alliance of Girls' School Space Scholarship

Congratulations to Year 11 student, Maisie Walker, who won the Alliance of Girls' School's Space Scholarship valued at $10,000. Maisie will spend two weeks in Houston in 2018.

National Invention Convention

Congratulations to Year 8 student, Sanjana Aneja, who was chosen to represent SA at the National Invention Convention in Canberra in January 2018.

Dance Showcase 'FRAMED'

Congratulations to the Mitcham Girls High School dancers for their brilliant performance at the Scott Theatre on Tuesday 26 September.  The Showcase steps to a higher level each year and the school thanks you and your teachers for your hard work and commitment. Many thanks to the 450 members of the audience who supported this event.

STEM @ MGHS

Work on the new MGHS STEM Centre will commence in September 2017.  Once completed students will have access to flexible learning spaces and various technologies which will enable them to explore ideas, test various hypotheses and apply what they learn to real situations.

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