Welcome to Campbell High School

We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people and their traditional ownership of the land upon which we learn, live and play.
We recognise the rich ancestry of our First Peoples and reflect on how this enriches all of us. We pledge for Reconciliation and the continued friendship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students and families in our beautiful school and community.
We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future, who have guided our Indigenous communities and the younger generations for millennia. And we promise to make this school a safe place free of racial inequality, where all students can be free to pursue their dreams.
Clare (Student)

Helpful Links

Medical Consent Form For All Excursions

Please use this form for all off-site excursions Medical Consent Form. Please find other forms concerning known medical conditions and administration of medications while at school here. 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.

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What's Happening at Campbell High School

22 Jun 2022

Positive Behaviour for Learning

What is Positive Behaviour for Learning?

The Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) framework supports the wellbeing of every Campbell High student. PBL is an ACT Education Directorate initiative that is being implemented across all ACT Public Schools. PBL is an evidence-based, positive, social, student focused approach to behaviour that involves our whole school community and includes creating, teaching and rewarding expected and positive social behaviours for our entire school community.

PBL @ Campbell

The school and the community created the PBL Behaviour Expectation Matrix and now work together to uphold our expectations of being Safe and Respectful Learners.  The Our School matrix  applies to non-classroom settings like the playground, canteen, library etc. It applies to before, during and after school. Students demonstrate these expectations through our agreed example behaviours that are displayed all around the school on posters.

We explicitly teach the example behaviours for areas within the school in Compass lessons. We use visual reminders, modelling, and positive reinforcement to strengthen and support these example behaviours at Campbell High School. Click here for more!

29 Mar 2021

Parent Teacher Interviews

Parent Teacher Interviews are held in Term 1 and Term 3. Please visit our Online Parent Teacher Interviews page for detailed instructions on how to book. Families are also encouraged to contact teachers at any time during the school year.

Parent Teacher Online

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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Canberra Day

13 Mar 2023

Term 1 concludes

06 Apr 2023

Term 1 concludes on Thursday 6 April 2023.

Good Friday

07 Apr 2023