National win for CHAC student

Year 12 student Harry Button represented the states of Western Australia and Queensland in the MIGAS Awards national finals held in Newcastle...

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CHAC welcomes 'home' first Captain

Foundation Day 2014 saw the culmination of celebrations for the College's 25th year.

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Students win national space design competition

Congratulations to our CHAC students who were part of a four-school team that last weekend won the Australian finals of the Australian...

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OP results

Congratulations to our 2013 Year 12s! 49 students OP 1 to 5 (35%)130 students OP 1 to 15 (92%) These are our 'best ever...

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Our first Rhodes Scholar

Andrew Barnes (Class of 2006) was named Queensland's 2014 Rhodes Scholar. Two of the six finalists were CHAC students - which is incredible in...

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CHAC alumna heads for New York

Queensland’s Arts Minister, the Hon Ian Walker recently announced Brisbane songwriter, and 1998 CHAC graduate, Seja Vogel as the winner of the...

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2013 Grand Raffle Opens

Friday 13 September will be a lucky day for some, as tickets for CHAC's annual Grand Raffle go on sale.

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Award-winning teachers

Congratulations to Mrs Rutter and Mr Gothard, on their nomination for a 2013 ASG NEiTA Award for Inspirational Educators. The National Excellence in...

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Ripley best in Queensland

On 26 July, at the Queensland Music Festival, Ripley (Year 10) was announced the winner of the Score IT! Junior category.  Score IT...

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The Minister for Education, Training and Employment, the Hon John-Paul Langbroek MP, attended an Academic Assembly at Cannon Hill Anglican College (CHAC), at which he presented the College with the Prince Albert Cup, a perpetual trophy awarded annually to the Rhodes Scholar’s school.RobynBell AndrewBarnes John-PaulLangbroek

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