Erindale College

An ACT Public College

Welcome to Erindale College

Erindale College is in the Tuggeranong Network of schools in Canberra and provides learning programs for 600 students in years 10, 11 and 12 during the day and some 500 adult learners during evening sessions. Our college is the centre of a community complex which includes a modern 443 seat performance theatre. The complex has the joint-use public and college Erindale Library and the Active Leisure Centre includes a swimming pool and fully equipped gym and group fitness spaces with a membership of two thousand people.

Welcome to Erindale College 2014

Important News


Cambridge International Education


Over the last 6 to 8 months our college community has been preparing for the rigorous application and approval process for Cambridge International Education (CIE). Our approval visit occurred early this term and the feedback from our 'inspector' was that our presentation was the best he had seen and we have now been approved as a CIE School, joining more than 10,000 Cambridge schools in over 160 countries worldwide. In fact, Erindale College is the first public education college in Australia and we become one of only 10 CIE schools in our country. This initiative has been approved by our College Board and acknowledged by our School Network Leader on behalf of the Education and Training Directorate.

Our key purpose in taking this step has been to introduce the students of the Tuggeranong Valley and Canberra more broadly to the challenges they face both 'doing school' and graduating into further study or employment pathways in a global context.

The rate of change in our world is unprecedented. We live in a world where people are connected instantly; where business can be conducted from anywhere using hand-held technology; where travel to once distant lands is relatively cheap and easily available; and where employment can lead a young person anywhere. At Erindale College we believe we MUST engage in international education where our students can learn with and about; connect to; be assessed against, students from those other 160 countries that have schools in the CIE family.

We will be holding information sessions for families who might be interested in participating in the Cambridge International Education experience in the early part of 2015.

For more detailed information go to to understand what is on offer from mid-2015; or simply Google Cambridge International Education.

Michael Hall




There will be an information session held at the college on Monday 1st December at 5:30pm.  
At this session we will be explaining 'Tertiary' and  'Accredited' packages, majors and minors, ATARs (Australian Tertiary Admissions Ranking), points needed to graduate, ASbAs (Australian School Based Apprenticeships), attendance requirements, subject expectations, the college timetable and answer any questions you may have.

Changes to your timetable can be made by dropping into the college on:
Monday 8th December
Tuesday 9th December
Wednesday 10th December
Between the hours of 8:30-10:30am and 2:30-4:30pm




Semester 2 Unit Scores and grades for year 11 and 12 will be posted on Friday 28th November from 2pm. All students are encouraged to check their results at this time. If there are any issues then students are to speak to their teacher initially and then Debbie or Andy or Jenny.

On Monday 1 December from 12pm course scores (year 12 only) for all T subjects will be posted. It is expected that year 12 students will check their final course scores before they are scaled by the BSSS .



All Vocational Students need to apply for your Unique Student Identifier (USI) now, please click here for more information



Year 10 in College Application: Summit (Maths and Science Program) and TSP (Talented Sports Program)

Year 10 In College: Information Sheet



In accordance with the Board of Senior Secondary Studies policy, it is expected that students will attend all scheduled classes/contact time/structured learning activities for the units in which they are enrolled.

If you are absent from class for one lesson, a day or longer, you will need to bring in a detailed Note from Your Parent with your full name, dates and/or lines and reasons explaining the absence.  A medical certificate is preferred for 3 or more consecutive days for an absence.

Absentee notes from your parent can either be a hand written note or an email sent from the parents work email address.

Notes/Certificates Must Be Submitted Within Five School Days after Any Absence.
Advance Notice Form is available from student services if your family is planning a holiday or you have a sporting commitment and Must be completed prior to your absence.

If your parent rings the school, it is appreciated; however, they will be informed that written documentation is required on return to school.


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  Zoe Winters

The Youth Coalition of the ACT and the ACT Minister for Children and Young People, Mick Gentleman, announced the 2014 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year Awards and YOGIE Awards on Friday 5th December in Civic Square.

The annual Young Canberra Citizen of the Year Awards and YOGIE Awards (YOGIES) have been combined to shine a brighter light on young people and those who provide services to young people.

The Youth Coalition is really excited to be working in partnership with the Minister and the great team from the Community Services Directorate to bring a combined Young Canberra Citizen of the Year and YOGIES Awards Ceremony.

You might know the YOGIES is an annual end of year celebration, and the awards celebrate and recognise the innovative and outstanding workers, programs, services and partnerships that highlight the integral role the youth sector plays in the Canberra community.

These awards shine a light on inspirational groups and individual young people who are driving positive change and shaping our community, not only for the future but here and now.

Zoe Winters, Manager of the Erindale College Mindyigari Centre, was nominated for the Outstanding Contribution to Young People Award, and today she was announced the winner.

Above she is pictured receiving her award from Minister Mick Gentleman.

Unfortunately for us, Zoe is leaving to pursue her dreams to live and work in London. However, she receives a fabulous send-off from all her friends in the Erindale College and wider Canberra community.



More Good News Stories coming in 2015. 

To see previous Good News Stories please go to Success Stories

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