Open Mornings

Open Mornings are a perfect way to see the College in action. You will have the opportunity to hear from our Principal, speak with staff, meet our students, observe classes and tour the College. Open Mornings commence at 9:30am and conclude at 11:00am. Bookings are essential for Open Mornings and can be made online Open Morning Form or with our College Registrar on 03 8517 2704 or via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Dates for 2018:

Tuesday February 13

Wednesday March 28

Friday April 27

Thursday June 14

Tuesday July 31

Tuesday September 4

Thursday October 18

Wednesday November 21


Open Day 

Sunday March 4 

Our College warmly welcomes you to our Open Day in 2018, to be held on Sunday March 4 from 1pm to 4pm. The College will be open to the community and you will have the opportunity to tour our facilities, meet our staff and students and hear from our Principal. We are proud of our College and invite you to join us on this day. No bookings required. 


CBC St Kilda and St Mary's St Kilda East also host their Open Days on Sunday March 4.

St Mary's St Kilda East will be open from 10.30am-12.00pm

CBC St Kilda will be open from 12.00pm - 3.00pm



At Presentation College Windsor, our work is dedicated towards
providing opportunity and encouraging students to take advantage of all that their education has to offer, to do their best, to achieve and to grow as individuals and as members of their community.

Our objective is to provide a learning environment with moral purpose, where every student matters and where the culture of deep learning is embedded in every activity, event and project. The dynamic nature of the curriculum extends well beyond the classroom and the College strives to develop the talents of each student, catering for individual needs and differences in terms of learning styles and course content. Our Scholarship program reflects these values and purpose.


Presentation College Windsor offers a range of Academic, Music, Community, Indigenous and College-based scholarships each year to students commencing in Years 7, 9 11 & 12. Applications are open to students both internally and externally.

The following Scholarships are available for 2018:

  • The Nano Nagle Scholarship (One scholarship for a student entering Year 12)
  • The PCW Young Achiever Award (One scholarship for a student entering Year 11)
  • The Seven Sisters Dreaming Indigenous Scholarship (One scholarship for a current student or student entering Year 7)
  • The Ruby Tout Academic Scholarship (One scholarship for students entering Years 7, 9 & 11)
  • Music Scholarship (One scholarship for students entering Years 7 and 9)
  • Community Scholarship (One scholarship for students entering Years 7, 9 & 11)

Please refer to the College website for all scholarship application forms & further information.

*Students may only apply for one scholarship.


Applications Close:  Friday 16th June, 2017 at 4.00 pm
In fairness to all students late applications cannot be accepted
For Any Enquires Please contact Mrs. Trish Chester on (03) 8517 2704 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Scholarship Brochure
The Nano Nagle Scholarship
The PCW Young Achiever Award
Seven Sisters Dreaming Indigenous Scholarship
The Ruby Tout Academic Scholarship
Music Scholarship
Community Scholarship

Presentation College Windsor has a legacy of Educational Excellence. We have earned a reputation for achieving the best outcome for each individual student. SIF data indicates that the College is one of the State’s most highly rated due to our strong Parental support, outstanding Contemporary Curriculum, and highly Collaborative relationships with Teachers and the Community.

Presentation College Windsor provides an affordable and quality education in the tradition of the Presentation Sisters. In order to maintain standards of excellence, the College must raise revenue in the form of fees and charges to supplement Government grants. The Government stipulates that the College cannot rely solely on Government funds for its financial survival, but must generate its own private income to meet fiscal needs.


Fee Policy

Guide Lines for Implementation pf PCW Fee Policy

Student Financial Assistance Policy

2018 Tuition Fees

Year Level

Tuition Fee

Building levy*

Total Fees


$8,600 - including Yr 7 Camp























*A Compulsory Building Levy of $600 per family.

The Building Levy goes toward the maintenance, refurbishment and addition of College buildings and assets, the enhancement of the grounds and the payment of loans.

Not included in the Tuition Fees are Optional Programs:

  • Instrumental Music Lessons
  • Music Festival and Drama Performance Tickets
  • International Study Tours—Italy/France, Japan, India, Vietnam
  • VET (Vocational Education and Training)

Terms of Payment

Presentation College Windsor offers Options for the payment of Fees:

Payment in Full by Monday 18th December 2017 (for 2018)

If you choose to pay Fees in full by the above date, a $380 discount will apply. Where an advanced fee has been or is payable, the discount will be $290.

Payment in Full by Friday 16th February 2018

If you choose to pay Fees in full by the above date, a $290 discount will apply. Where an advanced fee has been or is payable, the discount will be $230.

Payments by Direct Debit

A Direct Debit from your chosen Bank Account or Credit Card can be arranged to debit your chosen Account weekly, fortnightly or monthly.

2018 Direct Debit request form

Payment Methods for Non-Direct Debit

A variety of payment methods are accepted:

  • Cash
  • Cheque or Money Order
  • Credit Card (Visa/MasterCard)
  • BPAY (Please see your statement for Biller Code and Reference Number.)

Refund Policy—Notice of Withdrawal

When withdrawing your daughter from the College, written notice must be given to the Principal one full Term in advance. Subsequently, Fees for one full Term will be charged after notification—ie one quarter of the Annual Tuition and Composite Fees.

Healthcare Card Holders

If you hold a current Healthcare Card you may be eligible for a $225 payment from the Victorian Government as part of the Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund. Simply complete the Application Form.

Application Form

Application Fee

The Application Fee is payable when an Enrolment Application is submitted to the College.

The Application Fee (including GST): $150

Registration Fee

The Registration Fee is payable when an Offer is made; it is non-refundable.

The Registration Fee: $500

Instrumental Music

Instrumental Music Lessons are offered in 2018 for those students interested in furthering their musical development.

Music fees are payable by Credit Card only.


Any concerns or queries about payment of Fees and Charges may be discussed in confidence with the Accounts Department or the Business Manager.

A uniform is a statement of unity, commitment and pride within a community. At Presentation College Windsor, the Uniform Policy addresses the total appearance of students both at school, and whilst travelling to and from school. In public, the College is judged by the behaviour and appearance of our students, and, as such the uniform should be worn correctly and with dignity. It is an expectation of enrolment at Presentation College Windsor that all students comply with this Policy in all its requirements.


Parents can access the Dobson’s website online to view our College Uniform. Please follow the link and enter our College password PCW4727. Dobson’s College Uniform Shop

Opening hours:

Tuesday               8:00am–11:00am

Thursday             1:00pm–4:00pm

Contact number: 9510 5090

Presentation College Windsor Uniform Guidelines



The International Student Program at Presentation College Windsor
augments our existing diverse community and makes a significant
cultural contribution to the life of our school.

Students who come to study with us can expect a high degree of individual support, in and outside the classroom. There is a dedicated team looking after the welfare and learning needs of our International Students.

Enrolments are available for Years 7–12.

International students will receive subject selection and careers advice in a 1:1 program, ensuring each student has opportunities to experience success and find her pathway beyond school. Our twenty-three year partnership with CBC St Kilda provides Senior Students with a range of future pathways, including a full suite of VCE and VET subjects, and a highly innovative VCAL program.

Presentation College Windsor partners with Hawthorn Language Centre (Melbourne University), where students are able to develop academic language proficiency prior to entry. The High School Preparation Program offered at HLC is a specialised program for International Students who wish to study in Australia.


Student Reflections:

“Three years ago, I was a girl who couldn’t speak English at all; but now I am an International Student Captain at Presentation College Windsor.”

 “The teachers I met at Presentation College Windsor are all friendly and patient. When I have trouble understanding schoolwork, they will sacrifice their lunchtime to assist me. Yet school life is not always about study, I met some of my lifelong friends during my time in school; we learn together and support each other. By being friends with my classmates, I had the chance to understand the Australian culture and have all kinds of different experiences that I didn't have in China.”

 “Three years’ learning experience at Presentation College Windsor has been a wonderful time in my life. What I have gained from school is more than just academic knowledge and skill. More importantly, I have learnt the spirit to inspire me through my life.”

 “Teachers here are all so nice and helpful.  They always encourage me and give me a lot of academic and life support. They realise that learning subjects with an additional language is hard for us.”

 “There are a variety of events and activities on offer in our school. During the first term, we had Music Festival and Swimming Carnival. I joined in the Chinese dancing in the Music Festival. I was so moved that all the students and teachers were glad and interested in watching our performance. I still remember the day when we finished our performance, local students and teachers hugged us and told us that we looked so amazing, which really impressed me. It has become the most memorable part in my life.”

 “I really enjoy life at Presentation College Windsor and I am looking forward to school every day. Presentation College Windsor is a magical place. I want to stay here for the rest of my life.”

 “I was offered flexibility with my subject choices, extra assistance with language and classes. The extra help with English was also beneficial.

 “I feel part of the school. I was even elected International Student Leader by my peers. I am happy at Presentation College Windsor and feel that it is a positive and supportive school, where I have made friends for life. “



Presentation College Windsor is renowned for its multi-cultural, ethnically and socially diverse community. In the globally connected world of our young people, interaction with students from other countries is an accurate and powerful reflection of the century into which they have been born and that they will dominate as a generation. There is an inherent educative dimension in broadening our enrolment to include international students.


For further information contact:

The College Registrar
Phone +613 8517 2704
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Agents 2018
Application Form
Child Protection Policy
Child Protection Reporting Obligations Policy 2.19
Child Safety Commitment Statement
Child Safety Policy

Complaints and Appeals Policy and Processes
Deferment, Suspension and Cancellation Policy
Fees and Refund Policy
Four Critical Actions

ESOS Regulations
International Student Handbook 2018
Privacy Policy
Schedule of Fees
Transfer Policy
Written Agreement