Mount Marrow State School is a high performing state school that prides itself on its strong parent partnerships to enhance and support student learning. As a school of choice, many families choose to live in our catchment area in order to secure a place at our school for their children. We enrol all students whose principal place of residence is within the school’s catchment area. Enrolment at Mount Marrow State School is subject to our Enrolment Management Plan.
Before and after school care is offered through Rosewood Early Education Centre and more information can be found here.
Students must reside in our catchment area to be eligible to enrol at Mount Marrow State School and parents must be able to provide the following:
Proof of child’s age and identity
- Original birth certificate - the purpose of a birth certificate is not only to verify the child's details (i.e. age and identity), but also to establish that the person applying for the enrolment is a parent of the child, and therefore eligible and obliged to enrol them OR
- Passport (if the child is born overseas)
- Visa (if applicable) International Passport Holders - the student's passport, visa and an "Authority to Enrol" email from Education Queensland International
Proof of Residency
Parents who wish to enrol their child at Mount Marrow State School are required to provide proof of their residential address to ensure they reside within the catchment area. The following documents are required:
Home ownership – unconditional house contract or current rates notice OR
Lease agreement – must be current at the time your child commences enrolment at Mount Marrow State School AND
Current gas / electricity bill at the in-catchment address
Please note: if the proof of residency cannot be presented, a Statuary Declaration must be provided.
Mount Marrow State School gives preference to in-catchment enrolments. Out-of-catchment enrolment applications will be processed in the order they are received, but this does not guarantee enrolment at Mount Marrow State School. Places for out-of-catchment enrolments may not be offered until the last few weeks of the school year.