Hawker College is a proud public school for year 11 and 12 students in the Belconnen District of the Australian Capital Territory.
Our school is dedicated to providing high quality academic, vocational and social programs to enable students to successfully realise their individual potential and future pathways. As a community of learning we engage and inspire each other to achieve!
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Posted on 06 Mar 2018
Come and meet teachers this Thursday evening from 5:30-7pm at Hawker College. This is an informal opportunity for staff, students and parents to meet socially and discuss progress at College. Refreshments will be provided.
A presentation on the AST will also be made in the library at 5:45, with opportunities for questions and discussion. All are welcome to attend.
Posted on 15 Dec 2017
On Thursday the 14th December our Year 12 students attended graduation at The Hellenic Club. We wish our students every success in the future, whatever their chosen pathway. We know that they leave as upstanding ambassadors for our school, joining the proud ranks of the Hawker College Alumni.
For photos from graduation please click here
Posted on 12 Dec 2017
Hawker College ATAR results for 2017 are now available.
Posted on 14 Nov 2017Hawker College warmly congratulates two of our wonderful Year 12 History students who achieved highly in the 2017 National History Challenge. At the award ceremony held at the Museum of Australian Democracy on 26 October, Jesse Blakers and Ineka Voigt were both recognised as budding historians. Jesse and Ineka were the ACT’s two finalists in the Year 11/12 category of the National History Challenge. Jesse received a Certificate of Commendation for her fine essay on Maya (South American) cultural practices. Ineka’s essay on the Indigenous Stolen Generations was selected as the winning entry in the Year 11/12 category and in the special Indigenous category. But it didn’t stop there. The final award of the night was for the ACT Young Historian of the Year. It, too, was awarded to Ineka Voigt.
Posted on 14 Nov 2017
Congratulations to the Hawker College Industrial Design team who participated in the inaugural CIT Advanced Bridge Challenge. After a term of designing and testing their arch cross cable-stay suspension bridge, the team felt confident as they presented Franken-Bridge to the judges.
The arch cross cable-stay construction weighed in at 450 grams (the lightest in the competition). The first 40 Kgs were loaded (the qualifying weight), and more weights were added in intervals. The bridge remained stable up to 145 Kgs at which time they won the challenge in spectacular and catastrophic fashion, as the Franken Bridge was snapped in two and the weights were sprawled over the floor!