De La Salle College is proud of our academically non‐selective, open enrolment policy. As a non‐zoned Catholic College, we accept enrolments from all over the Melbourne Metropolitan area.

Our regular student‐led College Tours take place regularly and allow prospective families to experience first‐hand, what makes De La Salle different. As our fee schedule explains, the College’s fees are designed to cover all tuition expenses, with very few exceptions. Our uniforms, characterised by the iconic blue and gold blazers, are available from numerous suppliers including an onsite shop on our Tiverton campus.

The De La Salle Prospectus

The prospectus is our resource for families considering a De La Salle education for their son/s. Find out what it means to learn, live and lead at De La Salle College.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a question about enrolment? Our Frequently Asked Questions brochure may assist.


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College Tours

Choosing the right school for your son is an important decision. De La Salle invites you and your family to tour our College and see us ‘in action’. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to visit both campuses, … visit this page »

Enrolment Process

De La Salle College does not have designated catchment zones. As one of only a few non‐zoned Catholic Colleges, all Parish primary schools are given priority in the enrolment process. Our students travel from all parts of the Melbourne Metropolitan area, … visit this page »

Fee Schedule

The College’s 2018 fees are set out below. Please be aware a new College Fee Policy (effective 2019) has been approved and will be published along with the 2019 Fee Schedule in November 2018. Annual Fees — 2018 Tuition fees‐ … visit this page »


With our iconic blue and gold blazers, the De La Salle College uniform is well‐recognised in the community and worn with pride by all of our students, from Year 4 to Year 12. The uniform is an important part of … visit this page »