Enrolment FAQs

Here you will find the frequently asked questions of our School including those relating to the School’s intake years, number of students, and access to view both the Senior and Junior Campuses for yourself.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are your intake years?

Our main intake years are Early Learning, Prep, Grades 5, 7 and 11. Vacancies may exist in other grades and we invite you to speak with our Registrar’s office at Registrar@lcgs.tas.edu.au

What are the School fees?

  • Current fee information for Domestic Students and those holding Temporary or Permanent Residency can be downloaded here
  • Information on fees for International Students can be downloaded here
On what basis are places offered at Launceston Grammar?


Applications are processed in the order they are received, with places allocated to siblings of current students, boarders and children of alumni first. As demand for places is high, we encourage you to register your interest well in advance of your child’s expected entry year. Offers are usually made in the year prior to commencement.

How do I enrol my child at Launceston Grammar?

An Application for Enrolment form should be submitted to the Registrar’s office along with copies of your child’s birth certificate or passport (and Visa Grant Notice if applicable).

Do I have to complete a separate Enrolment Application Form for each child?


Yes, a separate Application for Enrolment form must be submitted for each child, but a Family Application fee is applied if two or more applications are received at the same time.

Will my child have to take an entrance exam to secure a place at Launceston Grammar?

No, they will not. International Students must submit their AEAS Test Report with their application.

If, after our initial application, we change our preferred year of entry, does this mean we will go to the bottom of the waiting list?

No, we will continue to use your initial application date.

How many students are in the school?


We have nearly 900 students, consisting of approximately 600 at our Senior Campus and 300 at our Junior Campus.

Can I look around the school?


Families are encouraged to visit Launceston Grammar by registering to attend one of our Discover Launceston Grammar tours held regularly throughout the year. The tour provides opportunity for you to meet our Headmaster, Heads of Campus, students and staff. Book a Discover Launceston Grammar tour online here.

If for whatever reason you are unable to attend any of the scheduled tours, please contact our Registrar at Registrar@lcgs.tas.edu.au to arrange an alternative time for a personal tour for you and your family.