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Students at Billabong High International School from Grades 6 to 12, will be able to bring Laptops, IPADS, Chromebooks and Android tablets to use for educational purposes (Smartphones not allowed). Having ongoing access to technology will help your child develop greater independence, increase engagement, and develop skills required to thrive in the 21st Century.

Educational Activities

Student devices will be used to access resources, complete assignments, and for personal organization. Educational activities may include researching information, producing documents, analyzing data, participating in surveys, producing videos, reading e-books, creating blogs, taking notes, or scheduling events. The use of the device is at the sole discretion of the teacher.

Digital Citizenship

A focus of this initiative is digital citizenship, which is the responsible use of technology. Your child will learn digital skills, ethics, etiquette, and online safety. These are important aspects of participating in today’s world.

Safe and Secure

To maintain a safe and secure learning environment, a filtered Internet connection will be provided for students. They will not be permitted to use a personal broadband connection such as a 4G phone network. As well, students will only be able to use their device under the direct supervision of their teacher. Any unauthorized use can result in the device being confiscated, searched, and privileges being revoked.


Students are solely responsible for their device. They must bring it fully charged to school. Similar to other personally owned items, School name is not liable for loss, damage, misuse, or theft.

Technical Support

Resources will be provided to help students connect their device to the school network. Your child must be familiar with how to use their device. Teachers will incorporate the use of your child’s device into learning. However, they will not provide technical support.




We look forward to the educational opportunities that BYOD will bring. Though the participation in this initiative is voluntary, however, we strongly encourage your child be a part of this program.

To learn more:


If you would like your child to participate, sign the Electronic Device Consent Form and complete the Device Registration Online Form.


At BHIS educate our youngsters, encouraging them to use and exploit the fantastic resources of the internet but to also be aware of the potential dangers and pitfalls.
To help in this aim, the school provides learning opportunities about cyber bullying/cyber safety in a series of lessons and assemblies. 
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