background-134HISTORY
The impetus to establish Cannon Hill College grew from a meeting of enthusiastic, visionary, determined, courageous, patient and extremely hardworking educators and community members, who first gathered together on 15 April 1987.

Just two years later, in 1989, the College opened its doors with 79 students and three buildings, and since that time, has become a positive influence on the lives of thousands of people.

In 1994, the College became an Anglican school in the Diocese of Brisbane. This union further strengthened the College's philosophy of offering a balanced approach to education encompassing the development of the whole person: intellectual, social, physical, emotional, aesthetic and spiritual.

Since its journey began, Cannon Hill Anglican College has had the privilege of being led by four visionary Principals: Mr Rod Wells, the College Founder, Ms Suzanne Bain, Mr Greg Wain and current Principal Mrs Robyn Bell, who commenced at the College in January 2004.

Cannon Hill Anglican College now caters for over 970 students from Prep to Year 12. Those values on which the College was founded - vision, innovation, courage, determination and a strong sense of community and compassion - remain central to College life today, and will continue to inspire its further progress.

Vision

Cannon Hill Anglican College – distinctively innovative, successful and sustainable Anglican co-education.

Mission

Cannon Hill Anglican College is a dynamic Christian learning community which strives to offer a balanced and holistic educational environment, in order to develop the intellectual, social, physical, emotional, aesthetic and spiritual dimensions of each of its members.

Values

Cannon Hill Anglican College is based on the principles and traditions of the Anglican Church and fosters among its students, staff and parents a lifestyle based on Christian values. These principles are outlined in the Summary Ethos Statement for Anglican Schools in the Province of Queensland. As learning communities of excellence, Anglican Schools in the Diocese of Brisbane are called to share the mission of the church to proclaim the good news of the kingdom of God through: Faith, Vocation and Service.

Commitments

Cannon Hill Anglican College is committed to building the capacity of all learners to:

  • take responsibility for their own learning, adapting to constant change in society and in the world
  • achieve their personal best in all aspects of their lives, developing self-confidence and a healthy self-concept
  • make informed decisions in the areas of personal relationships, further education and vocational choices
  • be articulate, self-motivated, independent and interdependent
  • be critical, creative and reflective thinkers and problem-solvers, contributing to the well-being of society
  • become spiritually literate, and to have a well-developed sense of social justice, tolerance, respect and concern for others and for the natural environment.

 

Motto

With Courage and Compassion

Anglican Schools Ethos

The characteristics and qualities of an Anglican school will be shared with good schools everywhere, whether run by the state or by denominational churches. Ideal schools evidence a commitment to learning, to justice, to individual achievement and to wholeness. Anglican schools naturally value these qualities. Please click here to view the ethos statement for Anglican Schools in Queensland.