Bring Your Own Device

Secondary Students studying at CSCC are required to supply their own device for use at CSCC as part of the college’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program.

A central aim of the college’s BYOD program is to support the use of BYODs, more specifically notebooks/laptops from Years 7-12. To assist acquiring these devices at a reasonable cost, the college provides the below PDF which summarises devices deemed appropriate as a BYOD as well as listing devices which would not be suitable.

Why do students need a device?

Students need to be able to electronically communicate, create content, interact with others and electronically submit work while studying at CSCC. Significant examples of the college’s use of digital tools include the use of Compass, email, Internet and other digital resources. Compass allows all students to see details of their course and electronically submit tasks, is used for online reporting and monitoring of every students’ progress, and allows for student and parent/carer access.

Important note about theft and warranties

Creek Street Christian College does NOT provide insurance or warranty to cover theft or damage to student’s device. We recommend that you give consideration towards purchasing an extended warranty and insurance when purchasing a new laptop. Your family’s home and contents insurance may cover it; however, it would be best to check prior to purchase.
Creek Street Christian College does not conduct any software updates or fault investigations on student devices. The College will endeavor to help students with minor device issues and provide basic feedback if issue known. Device warranties and insurance assist with timely repairs by vendors and reduce the chance of your student being without a device for an extended period of time.

How do I access my FREE Microsoft Office 365 Apps?

Microsoft Office 365 Apps are made available to students whilst they are enrolled at Creek Street Christian College through the College’s licensing package. These applications can be accessed via your devices browser at
Sign in using your allocated College email and password.
Available Apps can also be downloaded and installed on your device if required. You should install and add your CSCC One Drive account on your device.

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BYOD Enrolment - How to.

Below are direct links that our IT Vendor has supplied to help set up your device for use on the College network. Please attempt to complete the guide related to your device.

The College will offer a device drop off window of time, on campus, prior to the start of Term 1 to further help you. This opportunity will be communicated from the College to parents.
New students enrolling during the year will also be provided support on the process if required.

Windows Laptop – Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Enrolment Instructions – Windows

Apple Laptop – Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Enrolment Instructions – Apple Mac

Microsoft Office 365 Apps – Login to your CSCC Office 365 account (Windows & Apple Mac Devices)