Campbell ACT 2612
Phone: (02) 6142 3166
Fax: (02) 6142 3196
9th Mar 2015
10th Mar 2015 8:30am
Year 7 Camp
10th Mar 2015 9:30am
French Film Festival Excursion
11th Mar 2015
Brumbies Rugby 7s
Campbell High School enjoys an enviable position, situated at the base of Mount Ainslie, next to the Australian War Memorial and only minutes to the CBD. It is a welcoming space which combines traditional architecture with contemporary elements of education.
This year 7 - 10 school was founded in 1965 and has an enrolment of 730 students.
2016 enrolments will open Tuesday 28 April.
For 2015 enrolments, please contact the Deputy Principal. All applications for enrolment are through a new online format via the Education and Training Directorate's website. For more information on enrolments, please see our enrolment page and our 2015 School Enrolment Management Plan.
For more information, including student and teacher testimonials, please see our 2015 Prospectus Handbook.
At Campbell High School, we focus on improving literacy to improve student communication in all its many forms. The Literacy Handbook has been created to assist and support ALL students to achieve the best possible results when completing classwork and homework. The BSSS handbook "What's plagiarism? How you can avoid it" contains comprehensive information including examples on Harvard bibliographies and in-text citations. This will assist students in the creation of essays, scientific reports and articles.
Here is the Campbell High School's Text Type Book that you can use when completing assignments and homework. Before you write and submit your 'good copy' make sure you have used correct text type format and edited your work. Use this booklet as a reference so that you can produce work that is at your best. If you have any questions or need assistance in using this Text Type Book please contact Susan Daintith or your classroom teacher.
Campbell High's Homework Wheel - how to maximise your child's learning at home.
Sometimes your child may not have homework, in fact research suggests that traditional homework is not a productive learning tool for young people in the 21st century.
We have created this simple framework to assist you in developing your child's whole self through a never ending process (the wheel). The wheel considers 21st learning skills [communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity] to optimise their big picture learning. If your child suggests they have no homework, please refer to the Homework Wheel to guide further conversation.
Any feedback you may have on our Homework Wheel is appreciated.
Daily_Notices_Friday_06_March_2015.pdf PDF (17.0 KB)
Daily_Notices_Thursday_05_March_2015.pdf PDF (16.6 KB)
Fitness First PDF (508.2 KB)
Year 7/8 Northside Basketball PDF (508.9 KB)
Daily_Notices_Wednesday_04_March_2015.pdf PDF (13.4 KB)
Please use this form for all excursions where students are travelling further than walking distance from the school:
Our school uniform is important to us. Our uniform policy is endorsed by the School Board, supported by the P&C and is something we work to uphold. The wearing of uniform unites our student community as a whole group.
This is the link to our uniform page.