College Bus Information
The College has scheduled buses to/from the College in the Morning and Afternoon
The buses connect with two train stations - Mandurah & Warnbro
2021 Bus Routes for Warnbro/Mandurah and Baldivis are now updated both on our website (below) and on RollCall.
The College operates two contractor operated bus routes. Students catch the buses at the allocated bus stops as indicated on the route. Students must be at the bus stop 10 minutes before the scheduled time.
The Mandurah-Warnbro bus route includes the Mandurah Train/Bus station (uses the TransWA bus stop).
The Baldivis bus route includes the Warnbro Train/Bus station.
All students in Primary and Secondary College must be registered to catch the bus service. All students catching the services need to be seated and have a seat belt allocated due to legislation.
All routes are set therefore students will embark & disembark at the allocated stop. No deviations can occur from the scheduled route or bus stops.
How to Register
To register for the bus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request access to our online system RollCall. Include your name, student's name/s, and your payment option (Annual; Term or PAYG). We will send an email inviting you to create a profile and input your child/ren's details and allocate the bus stop.
Students must be allocated to a bus for the days and times they are traveling. Parents can do this through the RollCall App at any time. You will be given options of the frequency, days, and AM/PM routes. Please tick all that are applicable.
What is the cost to use this service?
Payments for the bus are made through RollCall before students accessing the bus services.
Prices for 2021
Single Ride - $3.80
Term Pass - $290.00
Annual Pass - $1,100**
Warnbro Train Station - $0.50
**Annual Pass. There is no Family Annual Pass, however, a discount of 30% will apply for the 2nd child’s Annual Pass; and 60% for the Annual Passes of the 3rd and any subsequent children. This discount will close on the 15th February 2021.
Also please note: Your SmartRider account with Transperth will not be debited or used by our contracted bus services. The Student Card contains approximately four chips. The chip for Transperth buses and trains is formatted solely for Transperth ticketing machines.
Additional Costs and Conditions
- Credit card payments attract a merchant fee. This will be added at the time of processing.
- Unregistered students will be charged a fee of $3.80 per ride + 20% Administration Fee.
- Students who catch the bus without funds available will be charged $3.80 per ride and an Administration Fee of $15.00 when Accounts review outstanding amounts.
- The above amounts will be allocated to your RollCall Account. Families will be required to transfer the amount charged for the bus service through RollCall. This will not be added to your Tuition Account.
- Term passes are valid for the Term they are purchased in. Unfortunately, they cannot be spread over Terms.
- We are unable to refund or adjust the cost of Term passes.
Helpful PDFs & Online Tutorials
All Students have been issued with a Student Card. These cards are used throughout the College - College Bus, Transperth Bus and the Library. The Student Card has several chips embedded within. The funds loaded for the contracted before/after school bus cannot be used for Transperth, etc. Students who borrow library books can now have their Student Card scanned to borrow and return books.
Temporary Student Cards will be issued to students whilst they wait for their Student Card to arrive. However these are not chipped, so you will be only able to use them on our contracted bus route to help identify who is catching the bus.
How do students catch the bus?
Students must be registered on RollCall to catch the bus.
AM - Students need to be at the allocated stop 10 minutes before the bus arrives at the allocated stop. Students tap on using their Student Card on the device next to the bus driver. When students arrive at the College, they exit the bus (the bus driver will mark all students off).
PM - Primary students can meet out the front of the Uniform Shop. The students will be taken to the buses by a teacher on duty. Secondary students can make their way directly to the buses. Students tap on using their Student Card and tap off when they exit the bus. This is done at the front of the bus on the device next to the bus driver.
The College will communicate through the Newsletter and on the website regarding the bus services. The main portal is our website. When changes are made to RollCall or the route, etc, we will advise parents using these methods of communication.
If the bus breaks down, etc, we will email families directly through RollCall. The email will only be sent to families who have a child/ren that have tapped onto the bus.
If you have any queries, concerns or feedback regarding the contracted bus service, please email email@example.com at any time.
Request a Bus Route Change
The College reviews bus route change requests annually. We have reviewed all requests for 2021. For suggested changes in 2022, please complete the below.