Application for a student to study at St Pius X School can be made through the School office.
Telephone the school first, make an appointment to see Mrs Bankier-Perry and she will meet you and guide you through the enrolment process.
The telephone number is 064 07 8436554.
Mrs Bankier-Perry's e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.NZ
The application must be signed by the parents / legal guardian of the student applying and accompanied with copies of students and parents passport details. Please bring your passports with you.
Approval of the application will be provided in writing and given to the parents or designated caregiver. A copy will be provided for New Zealand Immigration. You then take the copy of our acceptance to the New Zealand immigration office in the city. They will then approve your visa to study as an International Student in New Zealand.
Prior to acceptance of placement and payment of fees, parents are required to be familiar with the terms and conditions in this handbook. If you have any questions then please ask Mrs Bankier-Perry at your interview.
IMPORTANT: Payment of fees will be viewed as acceptance of all terms and conditions pertaining to the student studying at St Pius X School, Hamilton. A receipt will be issued for the tuition fees. Presentation of this receipt is required by New Zealand Immigration
Payment of all fees must be made in full at the time of enrolment.
All other initial costs will be invoiced separately. The amount of this invoice can be added to the cost of the tuition fees and paid in full in terms of the placement letter.
Evidence of Medical Insurance Policy and passport is required to be sighted by the school office and verified copies will be taken and held.
Any changes to current situation or contact details are to be advised to the school office immediately.
We have heard this afternoon that the country is gone to a Level 3 Alert.
From tomorrow 24 March schools are closed except for the children of ESSENTIAL workers. This will be temporary and schools will close entirely on Wednesday.
Junior students Years 1-3 (Totara - 1, Rimu -2 , Kahikatea - 3) : home learning packs will be available between 12:30 - 3:30 tomorrow, March 24.
Middle senior students Years 4-8 (Pohutukawa, Nikau, Kowhai and Matai) will provide on-line learning programmes. If you require a device to access this please come into the school between 12:30pm and 3:30pm tomorrow March 24th.