If visiting the school in person, we ask that you please do so via the General Office on the West Campus.
All payments are to be made at the General Office, we have EFTPOS facilities and can accept credit card payments over the phone if necessary, you can also make payments via Compass.
To contact your child(ren) whilst at school, please leave a message at the office.
If collecting your child(ren) during school hours you must do so through the General Office, under no circumstances are you to collect your child from the classrooms or yard without notifying the school.
All students leaving the school inside school hours are required to have a pass. Passes are issued by the Principal, Assistant Principals or relevant Year Level Coordinators. Students must have consent from parents to obtain a pass.
All phone contact with Baimbridge College staff is made via the switchboard located in our General Office on the West Campus. Contacting students directly via mobile phone to arrange student departure will result in a breach of the statewide mobile phone policy which states that: Students will be required to switch off their phones and store them securely in lockers from the start of the school day until the final bell. When emergencies occur, parents or guardians can reach their child by calling the school. The only exceptions to the ban will be where students use phones to monitor health conditions, or where teachers instruct students to bring their phone for a particular classroom activity. At all other times phones must be in lockers.
To correspond with your child's teacher you can use the COMPASS Portal and email them at any time.
Office hours are 8:30am to 4.30pm.
Phone: 03 5572 2788
Postal: 59 Mt Baimbridge Road
Hamilton, Vic 3300
Principal: Mr Warwick Price
Assistant Principal Mr John Hill
Assistant Principal Mrs Yvette Colquhoun
All Principal Class staff are located on the West Campus.
Where is Hamilton?
Hamilton is located 300 km west of Melbourne, in Victoria's Western District.
Baimbridge College Campus Locations
Baimbridge College is situated on either side of Mt Baimbridge Road, close to community sporting facilities such as the Friendlies Oval (cricket), Velodrome (cycling), and the Hamilton Indoor Leisure & Aquatic Centre ("HILAC" - including basketball, table tennis, indoor pool and many others). The College is within easy walking distance of the CBD and TAFE College. In 2019 the College ceased to operate as two campuses with the Home Economics Centre the only building utilised on the East Campus. Please report to the West Campus before visiting facilities on East.