Every day, the CHAC community generates heart-warming stories of achievement, commitment, acknowledgment, endeavour, mateship, and success. Each of these stories are measured not by 'being the best' but by 'trying one's best'; not by 'giving the most', but by sharing what one has; and not by outshining one another but by shining a light on those in need of a helping hand.

We are delighted to announce that three of our five final applicants for selection to attend the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) have been successful.

Mr Rod Wells
1929 to 2013

On 14 August, Mr Rod Wells, Founder and Foundation Principal of Cannon Hill Anglican College, passed away.

Hailed "the best College Musical yet", participants in this year's performance - both on stage and behind the scenes - have every right to be proud of their commitment, skills and comaraderie.

A record number of people attended the August Open Day, and enjoyed being greeted by, and guided by, our friendly Year 10 students.

2012 Vice-Captain, Elizabeth Deeb, has been awarded the highly-prestigious TJ Ryan Memorial Medal and scholarship.