BYOL refers to students bringing a personally owned and school-approved
laptop to school for the purpose of learning. Parents/carers are asked to
provide a laptop that the students can bring to school every day.
Teachers utilise BYOLs in the classroom and the school provides the
ability for laptops to connect to the internet.
Device specifications that are recommended by the school are in the
attached BYOL Program Device Specifications document.
This document identifies the minimum system requirements and hardware
specifications for student devices. Please read through these
specifications carefully, taking particular note of the Wi-Fi
Karabar High School has worked with HP to determine a preferred learning
device for students. The program offers you the choice of affordable
devices ranging in size, specifications and price. More information is
available in the attached HP BYOD Program document.
Programs such as the Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe software can be
downloaded for free and do not need to be purchased. Details on how to
download this software are available at the Free Software for Students page.
We recognise that, like uniforms, supplies and extracurricular
activities, a device for student use represents a significant investment
for families. However, we believe this investment is essential for your
child to learn and work successfully in our technological world.