The online ordering portal is now open for 2021 booklist orders to be placed.


How to Order: 

• All orders are to be placed online at

• To order, select ‘Textbooks and Stationery’ and ‘Hallam Senior College’ 


Delivery / Collection Options: 

There are two options for receiving your 2021 booklist order:  

Option 1: Free Postage until 11 December 

FREE postage for orders over $70 placed on or before 14 December 2019. 

Payment is required at the time your order is placed. 

• Orders placed after 14 December 2020 can still be posted but will attract a postage fee of $9.50 for orders under $100 and $15 for orders over $100.  


Option 2: Click and Collect from Lamont in Hallam 

• Click and Collect orders are to be placed online for collection from the Lamont Office at 6 Technology Circuit, Hallam during our opening hours. See the Lamont website for current opening hours. 

• You will receive a text message with collection instructions once your order is ready to be picked up. 

Payment is required at the time your order is placed. 

• If you wish to collect from our office during January you will need to place a Click and Collect order online. There are no over the counter sales during January – all items must be pre-ordered via Click and Collect. If you require assistance, our staff can help you to place a Click and Collect order in our office for later collection. You will receive a text message once it is packed and ready for collection. 


Hallam SC 2021 Booklist (pdf)


Deliveries for 2021 Back to School Season

From Lamont: “Due to delays with AusPost as a result of COVID-19, we have been exploring alternatives to AusPost for delivery of parcels for this back to school season during peak times.

We are very pleased to advise that Lamont will be running a fleet of our own drivers during peak season, and wherever possible parcels will be delivered by our own drivers. Customers will receive a text message and email notification through our system to keep them informed.

This will apply to most orders placed in peak season for students living in the metropolitan area. Where there are families that provide a PO Box address, it will not be feasible for us to deliver their parcels, and in this case these orders will still go with Australia Post.

We believe this will allow us to deliver parcels in a more timely manner and avoid potential delays while we continue to provide the excellent customer service levels that we always strive for. We look forward to delivering many parcels directly to your families!”


Second-hand Uniform and Textbook Trading

The college is conscious of the need to provide an efficient process for families to be able to buy and sell their second-hand textbooks, uniforms and other student resources.

Click here for more information