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Campbell High opened in 1965 and is situated at the foot of Mount
Ainslie Reserve, a few minutes’ walk from the city centre. The school is in a
bushland setting between the Australian War Memorial and the CSIRO facilities.
It is committed to developing each student’s personal potential through a
challenging curriculum.

Facilities: The school has a fully equipped gymnasium complemented
by an extensive fitness laboratory, rock-climbing wall and field facilities.
There are newly-refurbished science and technology laboratories, photography
darkrooms, and air-conditioned computer laboratories with extensive access to
information technology through an automated library. The school is adjacent to
a full range of sporting facilities and national cultural resources such as the
National Art Gallery, National Library and the Science and Technology Centre.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Elective subjects under all the Key
Learning Areas are available to students, as well as the compulsory curriculum.

Sport: All traditional sports are played at Campbell High, plus
house competitions in swimming and athletics.

Extracurricular activities: Campbell places considerable emphasis on
engaging students in programs of excellence whether they be academic, sporting
or cultural. The national science, mathematics and Tournament of Minds
competitions are annual events. Debating is a particular strength at the
school, and many students participate in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.
An annual musical evening is held and there are regular drama presentations.

Welfare and personal development: The comprehensive student
management program incorporates peer support, a student council and Year
forums. Student pathways, career guidance and work experience is contained in
the Years 9 and 10 curriculum.

Special features: Campbell High School Challenge Program recognises
the diverse gifts and talents of its students across academic, creative,
physical and leadership domains. Students are provided with extension
opportunities in competitions relevant to the program as well as involvement in
a community service focus.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Enrolment 630 students
Fees Free (Government School)
61 2 62******* 61 2 6205 6344
61 2 62******* 61 2 6205 6369
Address Treloar Crescent, Campbell 2601
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