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2023 Enrolments

Posted on 03 May 2022

Dear Community

We will not be holding a physical Information Night this year (in order to keep everyone as safe as possible) we will be providing you with some virtual opportunities to get to know our staff, our school and what to expect when your young person starts at Belconnen High School.

An online Information Night will be held on Tuesday 24th May at 6pm via Google Meet. The details for this event will be provided closer to the date.

Over the coming weeks, I will be visiting our local primary schools to start the discussion with Year 6 students about transitioning to high school.

We are very hopeful that we will be able to host some school visits and tours for students in the coming months.

Looking forward to connecting with you throughout the year.


Rebecca Pearce


Harmony Week 2022

Posted on 28 Mar 2022

What is Harmony Week?

It is a time to celebrate Australian multiculturalism, and the successful integration of migrants into our community.  Harmony Week is about inclusiveness, respect and belonging for all Australians, regardless of cultural or linguistic background, united by a set of core Australian values.

On Friday 25th March all year groups were encouraged to wear orange. Orange is the colour chosen to represent Harmony Week. Traditionally, orange signifies social communication and meaningful conversations. It also relates to the freedom of ideas and encouragement of mutual respect. 

Here are some photos of the Year 10 Leadership class and Year 7 PCG’s with words of harmony.




Operation Stay Afloat

Posted on 25 Mar 2022

Operation Stay Afloat

A Yr 10 Leadership Project

Hi Belconnen community!

You may have heard a bit about our project in the notices. Basically we are trying to collect non-perishable foods and sanitary products to send over to Tonga. Tonga was hit by a tsunami after a volcanic eruption. Lila and I (Charlee) chose to lead the project of Operation Stay Afloat as part of our Year 10 project.

Mr Bradbury's cousin Hayley and her partner Lasi are from one of the small communities that was heavily impacted by this disaster. Mr Bradbury’s cousin is collecting our donations to send to Tonga in a shipping container.  

We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of our school community.  Here are just some of the food items and products donated:

Canned goods, pasta, pasta sauce, rice, flour, female sanitary products, soap, toiletries, dishwashing liquid and detergents, oil, hand towel, toilet paper, milo, tea and coffee.

Since the tsunami hit, the Tongan communities have struggled to get a hold of things needed in a day to day life. Every little contribution makes such a big difference to those who have suffered from the tsunami.  

Giving is the greatest form of kindness.  

Lila and Charlee (Year 10 Leadership students)


Yr 9 & Yr 10 Timetable

Posted on 08 Nov 2021

Yr 7 & Yr 8 Timetable

Posted on 08 Nov 2021

Remote Learning

Posted on 18 Aug 2021

Remote Learning

Our remote learning program will start this Friday 20th August.  We are looking forward to connecting with our students and delivering enriching and high quality learning.

This timetable is designed to provide structure for your child’s learning, with both face-to-face GREEN lessons using Google Meet and YELLOW lessons where students complete set tasks and seek support from their teacher.  The timetable and Home Learning Guide is available in PDF format here

Knowing Country - Yr 7 Indigenous Science Project

Posted on 26 May 2021

Wiradjuri man Adam Shipp, knowledgeable in the Ngunnawal plant uses, with permission, is visiting all the Year 7 Science classes. Depending on the weather the students will either have Adam Shipp in the classroom or an excursion up on the Pinnacle.

Thank you to Mrs Sharma for organising this important Cultural Integrity unit in the Year 7 science classes.

Information Evening

Posted on 07 May 2021

Every ACT public school is a great school. Attending your local school’s information evening, gives you the opportunity to:

  • meet school staff
  • check out the facilities and building
  • meet current students and hear about their experiences
  • ask questions about the school, it’s courses and programs
  • discover the unique programs, clubs and activities available at the school and
  • get a taste of what it means to be a part of the school’s community
Belconnen High School Information Evening: Tuesday 18th May from 5.30pm - 7pm. 

Year 7 2022 Enrolments

Posted on 28 Apr 2021

Enrolments for Yr 7 2022 are now open and will close on Friday 4th June at 5pm.

All schools will send their letters of offer from the 26th July 2021.

All enrolment applications need to be completed online via the Education Directorate webpage.
For further information, the latest updates and to access the online enrolment form, please see:

Enrolment 2022

Deputy Principal’s Message

Posted on 16 Dec 2020

Please click here to see Deputy Principal’s Message 26/03/2020

Principal, Mrs Rebecca Pearce

Posted on 16 Dec 2020

We asked our feeder primary school Year 6 students if they have any questions about what high school is like.  Here is a slide of our answers to their questions from our Leadership group and our Principal, Mrs Rebecca Pearce.