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!
Latest News at Hawker College
Open Night on Thursday 30 May 6pm - 8pm
Posted on 15 May 2019
You are welcomed to join our learning community at Hawker College.
Explore our facilities, meet our inspiring team of students and teachers and enjoy our hospitality for the evening.
Hawker College 2018 Graduation
Posted on 20 Dec 2018
We know that they leave as upstanding ambassadors for our school, joining the proud ranks of the Hawker College Alumni.
Arts and Technology Festival - Thursday 7th June | 4-7:30pm
Posted on 05 Jun 2018
We are excited to invite you all along to our inaugural Arts & Technology Festival EAT, PLAY, MAKE.
This year we are celebrating the creative and technical maker industry at Hawker College and our Belconnen schools cluster with an Arts & Technology Festival program. The festival promises to be a night of celebration, innovation and expression.
The festival includes display, instillation and exhibition, interactive workshops, happenings, film and projection, pop up stalls, masterclasses, artist in residence program, design challenges, demonstrations, music, drama and dance performances, food, hospitality, and so much more!
We welcome everyone and encourage you to bring along family and friends to enjoy this entertaining evening.
Open Night on Thursday 31 May 6-8pm
Posted on 30 May 2018You're invited to join our learning community. We are proud to welcome you to Hawker College to be entertained and to enjoy our hospitality. Visit our wonderful facilities, and be engaged by our inspiring team of teachers and students for the evening.
Read the recent Riot Act article on Hawker College!
Posted on 12 Apr 2018
"If we can have principals like Andy steering the education of our students, we are indeed in good hands."
The RiotACT : Celebrating Canberra Schools – Hawker College
By Suzanne Kiraly
Riot Act Journalist Suzanne Kiraly recently toured Hawker College and interviewed the principal Andy Mison. Suzanne is a former ACT College teacher and was clearly impressed with her visit!
To read the full article click here.