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Find Your Local School: 2025 School Zones Released

18 March 2024

The Allan Labor Government has released next year’s school zones on the Find my School website – making it easier for families to enrol in their fantastic local government schools for 2025.

The updated website is giving families certainty as they begin the proces of enrolling their child in a government school.

Next year, 25 school zones will change to improve accessibility and accommodate six new schools that will open.

As enrolment processes start to begin in early Term 2, the updated 2025 school zones will give families with children starting primary and secondary school next year the most up to date information.

The Find my School website allows families to find their designated neighbourhood government school and other government schools nearby – giving them clarity on what their government school options are for their children.

Schools can be found by typing in a residential address or searching by school name or categories such as primary, secondary, or specialist school.

The 2024 school zones are still available and should be used for any further enrolment decisions for the 2024 school year.

Since 2019, the Labor Government has opened 75 new schools ensuring every student can access a great local school and a quality education, and invested more than $14.9 billion in Victoria’s education infrastructure, with the school building boom creating more than 21,200 jobs in construction and other industries.

To find your local school zone, visit findmyschool.vic.gov.auExternal Link and to learn more about the enrolment process, visit vic.gov.au/starting-school.

Quotes attributable to Minister for Education Ben Carroll

“This year’s update to the Find my School website gives families all the information they need to find a fantastic local school at their fingertips.”

“We are well on the way to meeting our target of building 100 new schools by 2026, meaning more Victorian students can reach their potential in high quality new facilities.”

Reviewed 18 March 2024

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