We invite new families to visit and experience our school by joining a group tour, to gain an insight into our school culture, teaching and learning, and special interest programs.
Our school will prioritise enrolments for students living within our 'school zone', a defined geographic boundary surrounding our school.
To determine your zoned school, please click here for the school finder tool.
If you live outside the zone, you can nominate to attend our school, but there may be limited places available as all local applicants must be accommodated first.
We also offer special interest programs in Music, Volleyball, and ‘Think Bright’, which are available to both students in zone, and outside the zone, by application only.
The transition from primary to secondary schooling is managed by the Department for Education. Registration of interest for secondary school in 2024 starts on 1 May 2023 and closes on 26 May 2023.
For students enrolled at government primary schools, primary schools will send information to families.
For students in non-government schools, please contact the Department for Education for access to the registration form, by emailing Education.StartingSecondarySchool@sa.gov.au
After the registration of interest process, you will receive an offer from the secondary school which your child has been allocated. You will receive the offer between Wednesday 9 August and Friday 11 August 2023.
For further details, please visit the Department for Education website.
Years 8 to 12
Enrolment in years 8 to 12 is subject to capacity. To enquire, please contact our school on 8375 8200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applying for a Special Interest Program
We are proud to provide the following special interest programs and invite students to apply and participate in the selection process the year prior to starting at our school:
The Special Interest Music Program brings together students with high musical aptitude into an environment in which they can thrive. Our purpose is to deliver the best possible music program to all students through an empowering curriculum; outstanding ensembles; inspirational experiences; and a culture of sharing, innovation, fun and inclusivity.
Applications for 2024 enrolments will open March 2023, by when an online application form will be available on this page.
We invite year 6 families and students to join our Information Evening on Tues 28 March, 6.30pm-7.30pm, to learn everything you need to know about auditioning for Special Interest Music. Held in the Brighton Concert Hall.
|Applications Open||March, 2023|
|Information Evening||Tues 28 March, 2023|
|Applications Close||Tues 2 May, 2023|
|Short-listing workshop||Tues 9 May, 2023|
|Interview (invitation only)||Wed 18 – Thurs 19 May, 2023|
|Applicants notified||Fri 2 June, 2023|
The aim of the Special Interest Volleyball Program is to foster the holistic athletic development of talented students. We welcome students with a keen interest in volleyball and athleticism, academic and vocational pursuits and personal development.
Students may apply to enter the Think Bright Program which models personalised, collaborative and challenge-based learning strategies. There is a focus on creative and critical thinking in the Think Bright Program to enrich the learning experience of students who have demonstrated initiative, leadership, problem-solving capabilities and interest in rigorous learning. Online applications can be found on our website.
Company Bright is no longer a selective program offered at Brighton Secondary School. Instead, students enrolling or currently enrolled at Brighton Secondary School can elect to study a full year of drama at every year level and access the same expert staff and state of the art facilities as the students previously in Company Bright.