This year, CHAC celebrates 35 years of educating courageous and compassionate students. From our humble beginnings of welcoming 80 students in 1989 to then Cannon Hill College, CHAC has gone from strength to strength over the past 35 years – and this is largely because of the support and dedication of our community.
The CHAC Foundation celebrates this rich history, and we invite you to continue this legacy by partnering with us during the 2023 Day of Giving on 9 May.
This year, the College will commence extensive building works that will transform our facilities and enhance student’s educational experience. A new Student Wellness Centre will create a holistic, integrated, and modern facility to promote student wellbeing for learning through special relaxation rooms, student reception, and counselling and first aid facilities.
Through this year’s Day of Giving, we invite our community to contribute financially to the development of this essential facility. Even the smallest donation will have an ongoing impact on the success and wellbeing of CHAC students. Watch how you donation will impact the College below.
Join with the CHAC Foundation to realise our goal of raising a minimum of $35,000.
Together we will make a difference to the education of our young people.
Thank you for your part in supporting the CHAC students in the College’s 35th Anniversary year.
Cannon Hill Anglican College (CHAC) is one of Brisbane’s top independent co-educational P-12 Colleges. Set on 11.5 hectares of natural bushland in the eastern suburbs of Brisbane, the college is highly regarded for creating students who are world and work ready.
With separate precincts for Primary and Secondary, students enjoy rigorous academic challenges, pastoral opportunites, social justice and enterprise programs, sports and performing arts offerings. CHAC achieves outstanding academic results for its students as a result of its innovative curriculum offering, award-winning teachers and modern campus facilities.
CHAC acknowledges the Traditional Owners and their custodianship of the lands on which the College is situated