Canterbury College REOPENS Wednesday 2 March 2022

Canterbury College will reopen on Wednesday 2 March 2022 to resume important Term One face-to-face education on campus.

In the Secondary School, concurrent online Teams sessions may be delivered alongside face-to-face classes, to cater for those students forced to remain at home.

In the Junior School, a list of activities to complete for absent students on MyCC or in OneNote is planned to be available, and we are working on this today.

Onsite power appears secure and the rain-affected classrooms have been successfully dried out.

Although Waterford-Tamborine Road and that bottom end of Easterly Street’s dip still look like inland seas, there are no issues with College access via High Road.

So please come to school tomorrow if you are able.

And just to be perfectly clear, we are NOT asking any parents or students to risk floodwaters or flooded roads or to ignore any road closure signs, based on where they are coming from.

Different homes will have different floodwater scenarios spanning from very safe to high risk.

If you cannot get here, please advise our Student Absentee channels ASAP, so we can be best prepared for Wednesday classes.

Absentee Notices

Absentee Line: 07 3299 0858

Now the only way into Canterbury for those who use the M1, is via the Beenleigh South Exit through Beenleigh / Mount Warren Park and through Holmview and Bethania.

I know those who live to the south and west of the College are still likely to be cut off for some time yet.

At the time of writing, we are unsure how many, if any, of the Logan bus routes will be running on Wednesday.

It may be best to presume they are not available at this stage, and to plan around this, by leaving for school earlier than normal.

Loganlea Road – especially through Meadowbrook, if you haven’t seen the images, is deep underwater at the moment.

Sports and club activities that run indoors (and maybe some outdoor activities) will I’m sure be able to train this week.

Mrs Krzensk will issue a single communication on MyCC this afternoon, which confirms training schedules for sports and activities.

Finally, as always – please stay safe!

Kind regards

Dan Walker

College Principal


Please be advised Logan Coaches are unable to service Canterbury College on Wednesday 2 March 2022.

We have suspended all services in our area due to flooded access roads and student and driver safety.

Thanks for your understanding.

Assistant General Manager
Cavbus Group / Logan Coaches

Logan City Council Emergency Services Website: Regular Updates / LIVE Flood Watch / LIVE Road Traffic Cameras – Home Disaster Dashboard (

MyCC Message From Our Junior School – Return To Campus / Online Learning: Wednesday 2 March

MyCC Message From Our Secondary School – Classes Resume Wednesday 2 March

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