Welcome to Dickson College
Dear prospective students and families,
Thank you for joining us for our Virtual Open Night last night. A link to the Information Night recording can be found here: https://youtu.be/D9dfYXO661o
To help orientate yourself to our curriculum areas our current students have contributed to the following videos:
- Student Engagement and Careers - https://youtu.be/3eDAvubjIUY
- Arts - https://youtu.be/Ex4bNdO1DHc
- Design and Technology - https://youtu.be/0yuJDoxCB3E
- English - https://youtu.be/3rdXUnx6V6c
- Humanities - https://youtu.be/phE7-W5VpY8
- Maths and IT - https://youtu.be/kXQtKFT-tI0
- SHAPE - https://youtu.be/CZgtfC7xbmg
- Social Sciences - https://youtu.be/530LqmqTWM0
- R.E.I.L - https://youtu.be/hyGOGJdDRCA
There is also one from me too https://youtu.be/j3kAh3vkhKQ
A list of people to contact should you have specific curriculum questions next week before the initial enrolment for 2023 closes on Friday 3 June, can be found here.
If you haven’t enrolled yet please do so at your earliest convenience here
Frequently Asked Questions
Q - I live outside Dickson’s PEA can I enrol at Dickson?
A – Yes, if you live in the ACT. If submit an application by the due date, meeting the criteria on the enrolment form, your application will be considered. Dickson currently has 794 students enrolled, 424 of these students are in Year 11. The College has capacity to take enrolments out of area.
Q – Can parents go to Class Section Interview?
A - Yes, absolutely we would encourage this. Interviews are held in-person at feeder schools, and in-person at Dickson College for students who do not attend Campbell, Harrison or Lyneham Schools.
Q – I have a child with a disability can I visit the College, look at the facilities and talk about support programs at Dickson?
A – Yes, please contact the school (by phone or via email – see attached list) and talk to Caitlin Hanby to set up a suitable time.
Q – I live in the College’s PEA but do not attend one of the feeder schools, can I arrange a time to visit the school?
A – Yes, please contact the Principal to set up a suitable arrangement.
The School to Work Program (S2W) is an education and employment program that utilises the positive profile of the game of Rugby League to support and encourage young Indigenous Australians to complete their schooling and successfully transition into further education or employment. The NRL School to Work program have worked with our First Nations students at Dickson College for over 5 years now, supporting students through their chosen aspirations and pathways.
This year two DC year 11 students have been chosen to represent the Raiders clubs and ACT NRL S2W program at the National Indigenous Youth Summit. Congratulations to Georgia James and Poppy Chalmers who will be heading off to Sydney later this term for this amazing leadership opportunity. This year we also want to congratulate recent DC graduate, Georgie Jaques, was involved in the creation of the artwork for the Indigenous Round Raiders Jersey.
Well done everyone!
(Pictured - Left to Right) Georgie Jaques, Poppy Charmers, Sebastian Kris,Eli Archer and Georgia James.
DC Alumni Georgie Jaques, with her artwork for the Indigenous Round Raiders Jersey.
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