With over tens of thousands students who have graduated from Hawker, we now have alumni on every continent of the world!
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40th Anniversary of Hawker College
In 2016 Hawker College marked its 40th anniversary.
- Read the illustrated story of the college in its first 40 years
- Authored by former Principal Bill Donovan
- A free online pdf. Click here to download.
Just in-case you didn't know?
"Hawker College was formed as a result of the ACT developing its own education system in 1974. The new system meant that public high schools would only teach from grade 7 to 10, and that grades 11 and 12 would be completed at a separate college. Hawker was established and enrolled its first students in 1976. It is built upon the Kama Homestead. The word Kama was taken from an Indian love lyric of the same name meaning "A hope and expectation. "The original owners of the homestead were Mr and Mrs Dixon and settled as soldiers/settlers after World War 1."
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