Administration Hours of Operation

Dear families,

Please note the following Administration Hours of Operation beginning 2024:

Thank you for your support.

On behalf of all staff at Koo Wee Rup Secondary College, we would like to wish you all a happy and safe holiday season!


Blackfish Magazine 2023

We are excited to announce that our 2023 Blackfish Magazines have arrived!

Families can collect their copy from Adminsitration:

Students can collect their copy from Administration on their return to school:

For further information, please contact Administration



Booklist 2024

Dear Families,

Our 2024 Booklist’s are now available on Compass and the College Website.

We encourage families to make use of the Sustainable School Shop for Second-hand Textbooks and Uniforms.

If you require further assistance, please contact Administration or Campion Education book supplier.

Thank you for your support,

Koo Wee Rup Secondary College

Reports – Semester 2

2023 Semester Two Reports are now available for viewing and download via the Compass Parent Portal.

School Student Broadband Initiative


The Australian Government has established the School Student Broadband Initiative to provide free home internet for one year for up to 30,000 eligible families with school-aged students.

The initiative aims to boost education opportunities. NBN Co is leading the rollout of this initiative across the country.

How the School Student Broadband Initiative can help your child

Children who can access online learning at home as part of their education are more likely to engage in classroom activities.

Access to fast internet at home can also support children to build their digital skills, learn how to safely use the internet and take part in a world that is more reliant on digital technology.


To be eligible, families must:

* have a child living at home enrolled in an Australian school in 2023

* not have an active National Broadband Network internet service at their home* (having a mobile internet service does not affect eligibility)

* live in a premises that can access the National Broadband Network through a standard connection. NBN Co will check this for you after you apply

* register interest with your school and complete a consent form to be assessed for eligibility.

*If an address has been disconnected within 14 days prior to an eligibility check – the address will be classified as ineligible. There may be cases where exceptions can be made, please contact the School Student Broadband Initiative team at to discuss further.

How the School Student Broadband Initiative works

If you are eligible, your home internet service will be provided at no cost for one year with a participating internet provider over the National Broadband Network. Each internet provider has its own step-by-step process to get you connected, which may involve you providing identification.

Once you sign up, the internet provider will help you set up your connection. The initiative does not include devices such as a computer or tablet. Other members of your household can use the internet service provided through this initiative.

The one-year period will start from the day your service is activated with your chosen provider. At the end of the one-year period, you will not be placed onto a paid service by your internet provider without your consent. The Australian Government is considering options beyond the one-year free period.

How to apply

* Ask your school for a copy of the School Student Broadband Initiative consent form (attached here).

* Complete the consent form and return to the school.

* NBN Co will use student address details on the consent form to confirm eligibility.

* If you are eligible, NBN Co will issue a voucher for your family to use to sign up with a participating internet provider. This will be provided to you by your school.

Please note: NBN Co will review the home address for eligibility. No personal information other than your main home address will be shared with NBN Co. Please see the consent form for details about how personal information will be used.
Find out more

For more information about the School Student Broadband Initiative, visit

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