Yarrawonga College P-12 endeavours to provide an environment where students safely integrate new technologies into their learning to communicate, collaborate, create, connect and apply critical thinking.
2019 Laptop Requirements for Years 7-12
From 2019, students in years 7-12 are required to have access to a laptop computer for classes, in-line with the College eLearning Vision. Students will be expected to use their own computer for classes to manage their learning. Laptops can be purchased/sourced independently, or through the College BYOL Portal with CompNow.
The following document links include the required information about the available options for BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop). Please ensure you download and read each document thoroughly.
For any assistance, please contact the General Office.
Yarrawonga College P-12 has partnered with CompNow to supply recommended BYO Laptops for use in years 7-12. CompNow offer a range of laptops, both Windows and Mac platforms, extended warranty, insurance and case options.
Please ensure you have read the BYOL program info linked above, and also understand the terms and conditions when purchasing from CompNow.
To Log-In, click the following link:
EduSTAR Network Access
The College utilises the DET EduSTAR network for student access. Students will receive an EduPASS Registration Letter if they are new to the system. Once registration is complete, students can access the network and download required software through the EduSTAR website.
Supplementary User Guides are available for download below.
Clickview Online is a resource used by Yarrawonga College P-12 for the viewing of educational video media.
To set-up Clickview Online, please download the Clickview Online Student User Guide.
Temporary Library Rental Request Form
If your child will be without their BYOL laptop for classes while their device is being repaired, you can apply to rent one on a temporary basis from the College library. Please download and complete the Temporary Library Rental Request Form at the following document link and return to the 9-12 Campus Office.
Year 9-12 Style Guide
Written learning tasks submitted for assessment need to be formatted in a manner suitable for reading and marking. The following Style Guide details formatting preferences for your work. Please familiarise yourself with the functions required in your chosen word processing application.