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Kiama High School

Kiama High School

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Bring your own device (BYOD)

Bring your own device (BYOD) refers to our policy of permitting students to bring their personally owned devices such as notebooks and tablets to school to aid with their learning.

Before connecting your device to the NSW Department of Education’s network, it is important to read through our Agreement For the Use of Electronic DevicesBYOD Policy and BYOD Student Agreement.

BYOD portal

Kiama High School has partnered with JB Hi-Fi Education Solutions to provide its students with an easy-to-use portal that provides an exclusive range of BYOD devices to choose from, including Macs, iPads and PCs. Aside from educational discounts on devices, the portal also offers accessories, extended warranty, insurance options and more.

Choose home delivery or arrange pickup from your nearest JB Hi-Fi store. Best of all, JB Hi-Fi Education Solutions allows for a wide range of payment options, including debit/credit card, BPAY and even interest free finance.

To get started, simply visit and enter school code KiamaHSBYOD.

Printing from your device

In a continued effort to increase efficiency and reduce waste, Kiama High School uses a managed solution called PaperCut to handle printing.

Devices running macOS, Windows or Android must first be configured with its client before they can print. Students with devices running iOS will be able to print without the need to install additional software.

How much does it cost?

As part of our ongoing war on waste, students are charged a small fee per page to cover the rising cost of consumables such as toner and paper. Personal balances can be topped up easily in the front office (a minimum amount of $5 is required).

Printing is charged as follows:

  • A4: 10c per page (black & white), 15c per page (colour)
  • A3: 20c per page (black & white), 30c per page (colour)

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