Esperance Residential College Website
  • Come to Esperance Residential College
  • A great Place to live
  • A great place to learn
  • A Great place to make friends
  • In a safe supervised environment
  • With Outstanding Modern facilities
  • Innovative and Progressive
  • Offering A Wide Range of Choices
  • For you to Achieve your Potential
  • in An Atmosphere of Mutual Respect
  • Fun and a spirit of goodwill
Come to Esperance Residential College1 A great Place to live2 A great place to learn3 A Great place to make friends4 In a safe supervised environment5 With Outstanding Modern facilities6 Innovative and Progressive7 Offering A Wide Range of Choices8 For you to Achieve your Potential9 in An Atmosphere of Mutual Respect10 Fun and a spirit of goodwill11

Esperance Residential College Fees

 

The College Annual boarding fee is set by the Country High School Hostels Authority and approved by the State Government. The same boarding and amenities fees applies to all Country High School Hostels Authority Residential Colleges, and cover a student’s room, meals and pastoral care.

Boarding Costs and Payment Processing

Detailed information about fees and financial assistance can be obtained by downloading the following document:

Boarding Fees and Financial Assistance 2017 (358 KB)

Payment Information and Bank Details

The CHSHA has made it a condition of application that AIC, YOUTH ALLOWANCE and SBAHA boarding allowance recipients direct their payments to the Residential College. 

When completing your claim forms for AIC and SBAHA, please be sure to:

  1. Tick    the box 'payments to go to the boarding institution' and
  2. Direct your payment to the:

ESPERANCE RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE BANKWEST CHEQUE ACCOUNT 306-037 4730452

Please bring your allowance advice from AIC and SBAHA to the Residential College and present to the Administrative Assistant, Tracey Bishop, on the first day of school.

Still need more information?

For further information about College Fees contact Tracey Bishop on (08) 9071 9662

Latest Newsletter & Term Planner

Term 2 Newsletter 2017 (679 KB PDF)

Term 3 Planner 2017 (32.5 KB PDF)

Annual Report 2016 (9.32 MB PDF)

Parent Handbook (7.51 MB PDF)

Parent Change of Details (84 KB PDF)

 

Student Concerns & Complaints

It's OK to have concerns and complaints about what might happen at school or where you are living during the school year.

Parents / carers are always a first option for you to talk with about your concerns. However, we understand that there may be times when you want help from someone else.

We've complied a document to help you know who to contact, so you get the right help at the right time.

Download Student Concerns & Complaints

Parent Survey Comparisson

The Country High School Hostels Authority surveys parents every 2 years.

In 2010, the college received a rating of 93%, and in 2006,a rating of 90%.

In 2012, the college received a rating of 95.65%, as being either good or better than good in terms of the overall parent satisfaction survey. In 2014, Esperance Residential College has received a high rating in all cateogries.

PARENT SATISFACTION RESULTS

 

Your opinions are really valued. If you have any issues please feel free to discuss these confidentially with the College Manager.

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About Us

Esperance Residential College, the Esperance Senior High School and the Southern Regional TAFE, are all situated on the Esperance Community College campus and work in partnership to meet the education needs of people in the Esperance region. Read More.

Contact Us

Esperance Residential College
Lot 830, George St
(PO Box 611)
Esperance WA 6450
P: (08) 9071-9666