|Location||Phillip, Australian Capital Territory, Australia|
|Phone||+61 (02) 6142 3288|
|Fax||+61 2 62055 776|
Canberra College has high expectations of all its students in academic performance, behaviour and service to the wider community. Our community values and caters for its diversity through a variety of academic pathways which acknowledge intercultural understanding, learning abilities and styles. We are proud of our status as an International Baccalaureate World School and seek to develop a global perspective as we prepare our students for the world of today and tomorrow. All students study for an ACT Senior Secondary Certificate while some undertake additional awards such as the IB Diploma, nationally recognised training packages, Australian School Based Apprenticeships (ASBAs), the Big Picture program or our Futures program. We promote our values of respect, social justice, individuality, honesty and equity. As a community we keep these at the forefront of our operations as a moral compass in our daily life.We celebrate diversity and excellence in the multiple learning pathways offered to our students. To support our students to excel and achieve their intended goals, dedicated specialist teachers enhance the broad curriculum in state of the art facilities. The improvements in the learning environment continues to be a priority of the college. Our new Performing Arts Centre with a fully equipped professional theatre had its first full year of operation in 2013. CCCares, a national award winning program, offers the opportunity for young parents to complete their Senior Secondary Certificate and gain vocational qualifications in a supported environment. This was recognised with the attainment of the VET in Schools Award for 2013. The ACT Government has enabled the creation of a world first by funding a new $14 million facility for CCCares at the Woden Campus. The new building was officially opened by our Minister for Education on March 10 2015. Life as a student at Canberra College abounds with opportunities and challenges. These may include activities such as performing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, working on projects with villagers in Borneo, participating in Science Olympiads, completing the IB Diploma, representing the college in sport, singing at our annual Talent Quest, attending Writing or Psychology camps, providing table service at the Canberra Cystic Fibrosis "Twilight in the Jungle" evening, debating, completing an ASBA in Electrotechnology, whale watching at Montague Island, studying extension units at the ANU Secondary College, caving at Wee Jasper or competing in a team at the University of Canberra Maths Day. The Canberra College maintains a genuine partnership between students, teachers and parents to ensure the success of each individual student now and into the future.