How to Apply

Welcome to the St Peters Indooroopilly admissions page. We are currently accepting admission applications for students from Prep–Year 12.

Please note that the College is currently experiencing a high demand for places, with some Year Levels at capacity for 2022. Please contact the Admissions team for the availability of places.

At Indooroopilly, all admission applications for domestic students are made online. This page contains the details of what you need before you start the application process; resources to help you work out what type of student your child is (Domestic or Overseas); access to the Indooroopilly Prospectus; and information on fees and scholarships.

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Open Days & Tours

The next College Open Day will take place on Saturday 12 March, 2022. For more information, please click here.

Regular group tours are held throughout the year. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, tour group numbers are strictly limited and registrations are essential. To join a tour, please complete a Tour Enquiry form or contact our Admissions team.

Before you Start

Prior to commencing your child’s St Peters Indooroopilly admission application, please ensure that you have the following items ready (where applicable):

  • Birth Certificate
  • Medicare card
  • Current passport
  • Citizenship Certificate
  • Visa
  • School reports (last two years - four reports in total)
  • National benchmarking Results (e.g. Australian NAPLAN Results Years 3, 5, 7, and 9)
  • Letter detailing reason for transfer (if transferring from another school in the Brisbane area, in a year level other than Years 5 or 7)
  • Specialists’ reports
  • Supporting legal documentation, if legal guardians are signing the application
  • Family Court orders or protection orders
  • Documentation of immunisation status (click here for details outlining the Queensland Government’s Immunisation Schedule)

Please note: where applicable, both parents/guardians need to provide their name, details and signature on the application.

The Process

At St Peters Indooroopilly, we understand that the process of selecting a school for your child is an important decision. Should you need any assistance while making your application, our Admissions team can assist you with our three-step process by answering your questions or arranging a campus tour. Please use the following details to contact our Admissions team at any time during the admission process:

Admissions Manager
St Peters Lutheran College
PO Box 111
Indooroopilly QLD 4068
T: +61 7 3377 6236

Note: The Admissions Office is located on the ground floor of the historic Ross Roy House. You can find Ross Roy by using the Harts Road entry to the College: 66 Harts Road, Indooroopilly QLD 4068. The office is open 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday. Please check-in at the Reception Desk. 

1.  Making the Application

Before you commence your child’s St Peters Lutheran College application, it is important to first determine what type of student they are—Domestic or Overseas. Applications for Domestic Students are made online: click here to apply. 

If your child is an Overseas Student, a study visa is required. For more information on how to enrol to study at St Peters on a student visa, please contact our Admissions team.

2.  Interview and Offer of a Place

An interview is the next step in the St Peters admission application process. For intake year levels (Prep, Year 5, and Year 7), applications are reviewed approximately two years prior to the proposed year of entry. For non-intake year levels (all other Years), applications are reviewed a year prior to the proposed year of entry. Applications are individually assessed and waitlisted where applicable. When positions become available, applicants will be invited to an enrolment interview. Following this, written offers will be sent to successful applicants. 

3.  Acceptance of Offer

To confirm the offer of enrolment, parents are required to return the signed admission documentation (included with the written offer) and pay the non-refundable Admission Confirmation fee. Details of this fee can be found below. 


1.  Domestic Fees Schedule 

The below Fees Schedule outlines due dates, payment methods and notes regarding St Peters Indooroopilly fees for Domestic students. Please use this Fees Schedule if the child you’re enrolling is an Australian citizen or resident. Certain Overseas Students (i.e. Sponsored Immigrants) should also use this schedule. If you are unsure which schedule applies to you, please contact the Admissions team.

2.     Overseas Fees Schedule

The below Fees Schedule is for Overseas Students. Please refer to it if your child will be studying on a 500 Student Visa. Note: certain Overseas Students (i.e. Sponsored Immigrants) should use the Domestic Student Fees schedule above. If you’re unsure which schedule applies to you, please contact the Admissions team.

3.     School Fees Planning

ASG Funding Solutions is a school fee payment service that spreads your child’s school fees into manageable fortnightly or monthly payments. ASG Funding Solutions is available for families with an Australian bank, building society or credit union account. To find out more, visit the ASG website


Scholarships are available at St Peters Indooroopilly. They include: Academic, General Excellence (cocurricular activities), Boarding and Rural Leadership, plus other areas (as determined by the Head of College).

Please visit our Scholarships page to find out more, or to apply.