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1to1 Technology Program @ Kenmore SHS

In 2017, student 1to1 access to technology will come in three 'flavours':

  1. Choose Your Own Device (CYOD)
  2. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  3.  ICE signature program (Years 7 to 10)

Year 7 2017 Information

On 7th November 2016 we held an information night for families with a student entering Year 7 in 2017.

The following information was presented on the night:


Junior Secondary 2017

The information presented to incoming Year 7 families applies to students across Years 7 to 9 in 2017.


Senior Secondary 2017

Students in Year 10 to 12 in 2017 have the opportunity to purchase a CYO device from the Senior Secondary selection. BYOD students have the option to upgrade their service fee to include annual licencing for the Adobe Creative Cloud Master Collection suite.  

The forms below are particularly relevant for:

  • Students new to the school,
  • Students finishing Year 10 with an ICE XPS device (going out of warranty),
  • Students finishing Year 10 Click on German (device going out of warranty),
  • Students who utilised BYOD in 2016, but wish to CYOD in 2017. 



Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

Payment by EFT can be made to the school bank account:

BSB: 064-152

Account Number: 00090103.

To ensure correct identification of the payment, please ensure that the EFT payment reference STUDENT EQ ID NUMBER (located on the student card below the bar code or on the invoice located next to your student’s name) along with the characters SRS if a payment is being made for the Student Resource Scheme, e.g. 001461SRS.

In addition to this, please email your payment advice to

Contact information

Should you have any further queries related to the 1-to-1 Technology Program ​​ at Kenmore State High, please feel free to contact our Head of IT - Daniel Haines. ​​​​​​​​

  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

    Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

    The ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) scheme allows parents to use an existing family owned device or purchase a new device of their choice that meets the minimum requirements of the school.

  • Choose Your Own Device (CYOD)

    Choose Your Own Device (CYOD)

    The ’Choose Your Own Device’ (CYOD) scheme provides parents with a range of devices to choose from and elect to purchase.