Head of Faculty: Adam George
The Campbell High School Achievement Centre is one of the three centres in the ACT established by the ACT Education Directorate to provide intensive educational and social support to students identified by their parents and home schools.
At full capacity the Achievement Centre will accept a maximum of 18 students from Campbell High School, Alfred Deakin High School, Lyneham High School, Melrose High School, Telopea Park High School and occasionally other schools.
We have great flexibility to design our own teaching program and will negotiate our program with the students as much as possible to address individual learning needs.
We will be attempting to strike a balance between innovative and alternative teaching styles and more traditional teaching styles. This ensures greater consistency and fluency when the students return to their home school at the completion of the semester.
We will be striving to achieve the following outcomes:
At the completion of the semester, all students will receive a comprehensive written report.
Home Schools and parents will also receive a weekly progress report for students attending the achievement Centre.
Students will have the opportunity to regularly engage in extracurricular and practical based activities such as:
During the semester we hope to utilise many of the excellent recreational and educational facilities in the Canberra region, including Mt. Ainslie, Questacon and The Australian War Memorial. In addition, we will also be endeavouring to explore other excursions such as overnight camps, depending on available funding and interest.