Canberra High School
Canberra High School is a leader in the secondary education sector. Our learning community encompasses not just the students and staff here but also the parents and wider community. This type of support and community involvement enriches the learning experiences of our students.
We are a long established school and have been operating since 1938. Canberra High School was originally based at the current School of Art at the Australian National University and moved to our current site in Macquarie on 21 August 1969. There have been many changes since 1938 providing a relevant curriculum and contemporary learning environment for students of the 21st century.
We currently have 800 students enrolled in Years 7 to 10 with over 40 different nations represented within our student population giving us a very multicultural school. Traditionally over 65% of our enrolments are students outside of the school s Priority Placement Area which means that students and parents are making Canberra High School their school of choice.
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Year 9 Exhibitions 2017
Posted on 14 Aug 2017
Monday 11 September through till Friday 15 September
Year 9 students at Canberra High School are participating in the Exhibitions Program reflecting on the question, ‘How have I demonstrated growth as a learner at Canberra High School?’ They will prepare a portfolio of their work undertaken this calendar year and present it to a panel in a roundtable format reflecting on their growth as a learner.
Canberra High School Newsletter
Posted on 21 Mar 2017
Canteen menu items can be pre-ordered and pre-paid online for pick up at the canteen.
Online orders can be placed in advance anytime up to 8:30 am on the day of pickup.
Canteen Telephone: 6142 0822
Term Dates - 2017
Monday 30 January - Friday 8 April
Wednesday 26 April - Friday 30 June
Monday 17 July - Friday 22 September
Monday 9 October - Friday 15 December
For further information regarding term dates and public holidays please click on the following link: