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Choosing a school for your child is an important decision, and also a very exciting one.

At CBC Fremantle we embark on a shared journey with the families of the College in the development of their sons from today's boys into the gentlemen of tomorrow. We are here to support you in making the best choice for your son.

Prospective families are encouraged to submit an application for their son at least three years prior to his commencement at high school, that is by midway through Year 4. Although key entry years at

CBC Fremantle are Year 7 and Year 11, places in other Years do arise occasionally and it is recommended that you contact the College to discuss your son's requirements if you are seeking admission at any other time.

Campus tours

CBC Fremantle welcomes prospective families to experience our community by joining us for Open Day, which is held annually in the first term, or by registering for our regular Morning Tea Tours. All information on these regular introductions can be viewed on our College website under Enrolments. Personalised tours can also be arranged by contacting the College's Marketing department.

In 2024, we will be offering a number of options to visit us and learn more about opportunities for your son:

Find out more about our different types of tours and to make a booking

Bursaries and scholarships

CBC Fremantle offers Music scholarships and Indigenous Bursaries for students entering Year 7.

Bursary and Scholarship Information

Register Interest

If you have further questions or need more information regarding enrolling your son at CBC Fremantle, please register interest.

Register Interest

Private Bus Service

CBC Fremantle has four private bus routes to enable boys to travel to school safely.

CBC Private Bus Information

Fees and charges 

Terms and Conditions of Enrolment

2024 Fees and Charges

2024 Payment Option Advice Form

Step 1

It is recommended to submit the application no later than the middle of Year 3.

Step 2

The College will request further information after Semester 1 of Year 3.
Families will be contacted to request academic reports and other documentation.

Step 3

The College will contact families in Term 4 in Year 3 to schedule interviews.

Step 4

An offer for admission will be sent to successful applicants after an interview with the Principal.

Step 5

The Transition Program will commence in the second half of Year 6. This will include various opportunities for boys and their parents to be well prepared for Year 7.