Campbell High Information Night 2022

Campbell High School welcomes prospective in-area students and their families on Thursday 19 May from:

Majura Primary School, North Ainslie Primary School and other in-area families from 5.00–6.00pm, and

Campbell Primary School and Ainslie School from 6.00–7.00pm.

Please join us in our school hall for addresses from our Principal and Year 7 Coordinator followed by a school tour and teacher meet and greet.

Note that there are specific allocated session times as this is a Covid safe event.

If you did not get to visit all faculty areas on the night please follow this link to find virtual information sessions!

Welcome to Campbell High School

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.

Our years 7-10 school was founded in 1965 and has an enrolment of approximately 690 students. The school supports students as they transition to adulthood. Teaching practice is informed by contemporary research on student learning and the developmental stages of the teenage brain. The school develops future leaders and global citizens through a variety of co-curricular and extra-curricular programs.

At Campbell High School we foster a strong sense of pride and belonging in our school community. We balance contemporary learning with core school values to build character, resilience and success. We set high expectations and encourage students to relish a difficult task or bounce back after disappointment.

Helpful Links

Medical Consent Form For All Excursions

Please use this form for all excursions where students are travelling further than walking distance from the school Medical Consent Form.The ACT Education Directorate's Policy for Insurance and Ambulance Cover can be found on our Policies and Guidelines page.

School Uniform

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.

See our uniform page

What's Happening at Campbell High School

29 Mar 2021

Parent Teacher Interviews

Parent Teacher Interviews are held in Term 1 and Term 3. Please note families are also encouraged to contact teachers at any time during the school year.

Parent Teacher Online

29 May 2020

Positive Behaviour for Learning

Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) brings together the whole-school community to contribute to developing a positive, safe and supportive learning culture. The framework assists schools to improve social, emotional, behavioural and academic outcomes for children and young people.

When PBL is implemented well, teachers and students have more time to focus on relationships and classroom instruction. Students and staff benefit from:

  • reduced problem behaviour
  • increased time focused on instruction
  • improved social-emotional wellbeing
  • positive and respectful relationships among students and staff
  • support for teachers to teach, model and respond effectively to student need
  • a predictable learning environment where staff and students know what is expected to deliver effective practices that can be sustained over time

22 Mar 2019

Support for Students: A Guide for Parents & Carers

Student Wellbeing Hub website

The resources available on the Student Wellbeing Hub help to create learning communities that promote student wellbeing and the development of respectful relationships.  The Hub is guided by the principles of the National Safe Schools Framework, which highlight the importance of educators, parents and students working together.


Treloar Crescent,
Campbell ACT 2612
Phone: (02) 6142 3166
Fax: (02) 6142 3196

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