Students who need to complete the Fare-payer process, students over 17 years of age, who travel on public transport or students who receive Conveyance Allowance will need to download the form from the link below.
Hard copies are no longer available from the station or the School Office.
Important START Dates
- Monday 29 January – School Office REOPENS – 8.15 am
- Tuesday 30 January – Year 7 students START, VCE students START
- Wednesday 31 January – Year 8,9,10 students START
- Wednesday 31 January to Friday 2 February – Year 12 Retreat
Congratulations to the following students who won prizes.
- Best Senior Work – Jacquelyn Moore Year 12
- Best Middle School Work -Shaye Ferguson Year 10, Hannah Zinnack Year 9
- Best Junior school work – Taleah Van Berendonck Year 7
- Best Photography Piece – Indianna Greer Year 12, Charlie Ingram Year 12
- Best Ceramics Piece – Jemma Carlton Year 10, Ollie Hackett Year 12
- Best Drawing Piece – Talia Cook Year 12
- Best Digital Work – Madeleine Dowthwaite Year 12
- Best Painting – Maryne Khim Year 12
- Best Sculpture – Bayley Gerhard-Baulch Year 12, Siobhan Taylor Year 11
- Most Innovative Work -Venetia Walker Year 12
- Best Textile Piece – Leakhena Davison Year 7
- Principals Choice – Taylah Venes Year 11
- Most Contemporary – Jordan Roycroft Year 12
- Best Music Performance – Aleah Gerling Year 12, Hannah Garry Year 12, Stellamay Lambert Year 12
- Best Media – Jessica Stepney Year 12
- October Arts Overall Winner –Zoe Kellett Year 12
Child Safe Guidelines
Lilydale High School is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all students whilst participating in school activities both during and outside of school hours and has zero tolerance of child abuse.
In the latter part of 2016, I reported that all schools from the independent, catholic and government sector, had to comply with new child safe policies to ensure a safe and secure environment exists for all students.
Lilydale High School is compliant with both policy and procedures;
Wendy Powson (Principal)
Parents/guardians are reminded that the Department does not provide personal accident insurance or ambulance cover for students.
Parents and guardians of students, who do not have student accident insurance/ambulance cover, are responsible for paying the cost of medical treatment for injured students, including the cost of ambulance attendance/transport and any other transport costs.
Private property brought to school by students, staff or visitors is not insured and the Department does not accept any responsibility for any loss or damage.
Students who are exiting Lilydale High School at the end of this year are required to complete and return an Exit Form (signed by a parent/guardian) to the Administration Office.
These forms are available from the Administration Office.
Students transferring to another school, only need to complete the Lilydale High School Exit Form.
Students exiting to non-school destinations such as TAFE, apprenticeships or employment must complete the Lilydale High School Exit Form and a Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) Exit Form. Students will also be required to have a ‘MIPs Exit Interview’ with a MIPs/Careers Counsellor prior to exiting.
Please note, once students are removed from current student records at the school, their reports can no longer be accessed via the Parent Portal (Compass). It is advisable for parents/guardians to print or download and save the reports for future reference.
Students travelling on Contract Buses MUST carry their bus pass at all times. Students may be denied travel if they do not have their Bus Pass.
Replacement Bus Passes can be ordered through the Main Office at the cost of $5.00. Please contact the Main Office if you have any queries.
YEAR 7 TO 10 ASSESSMENT AND REPORTING INFORMATION
As previously communicated, in 2015 Lilydale High School moved to Continuous Online Reporting. This form of reporting ensures that parents, guardians and of course students, are able to access assessment feedback in real time, thus allowing the implementation of improvement strategies at the point of need.
Over the course of Semester 1, your child’s teachers have provided you and your child with specific feedback on each Common Assessment Task, via our online learning management system, Compass. This includes an assessment of how your child approached their learning, the development of their work habits, the skills they developed relating to the Common Assessment Task and the strategies your child could implement in order to improve their learning.
It is important that parents and guardians are accessing Compass on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with the assessment feedback and learning strategies that are posted for your child.
Compass is accessed via the Lilydale High School website, with an individual Parent Access Code and password. If you do not have one or either of these, please contact your relevant Sub-School Office.
For detailed information regarding ‘Continuous Online Reporting’, please click on the link below;