Current KGSC students:
Applicants must submit an Audition Application form with requested supporting documentation prior to the annual audition. Application forms are available from the KGSC website and should be submitted to the main office or posted to –
Mr A Lugsdin
c/ Kelvin Grove State College
Kelvin Grove Q 4059
Students not currently enrolled at KGSC must submit an Expression of Interest form and be accepted by KGSC prior to the audition. Please also submit an Audition Application with your Expression of Interest (both available from the KGSC website) to
The Enrolments Officer
Kelvin Grove State College
Kelvin Grove Q 4059
TRACKDANCE PROGRAM (YEAR 3 TO 6)
For students in Years 3 to 6, KGSC offers the Trackdance Program. This fun program introduces students to various dance styles and aims to inspire them, particularly boys, to feel as comfortable with dance training as they do in other physical pursuits. Classes are held once a week within school hours and some of the more technical aspects of dance begin to be incorporated as the year levels progress.
How To Apply
Trackdance (Year 3) Entry via an annual try-out class held for interested Year 2 students in November. The class held during school hours, involves fun movement and co-ordination assessments.
Trackdance (Years 4-6) Trackdance students are invited to continue in the program from year to year (no try-out required). Any new students to the College, or current KGSC students wishing to join the program, are invited to try-out at the first Trackdance class of each school year.
• All dance programs at KGSC attract tuition fees to cover the cost of specialist dance teachers, accompanists, performances etc. Additional expenses include, but are not limited to, uniforms, dancewear and excursions. Strict Tuition Fee Policies apply.
• Students may apply for entry to the dance and ballet programs at KGSC at any year level as there will be an annual intake for each.
• Progression is not guaranteed from one program to the next so students and parents must be aware of the commitment offered at the time of acceptance.
• In programs viewed as two-year courses, progression from the first to second year will be achieved providing all assessments are satisfied and tuition fees paid.