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Our high expectations of all members of our school community ensure that Lanyon High School has a strong culture of learning and respectful relationships that focus on giving. Our commitment to the care, wellbeing and growth of every student ensures that the school has an excellent record of achievement in academic, cultural and sporting endeavours.
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School Uniform Purchases
Posted on 25 Jan 2016The front office will be open for parents purchase school uniforms on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th January between 8:30 am and 3:30 pm.
Commencement dates Term 1, 2016
Posted on 14 Dec 2015
Monday 1st February - Year 7 Students commence school.
Tuesday 2nd February - Year 8,9 and 10 students commence school.
2016 Stationery Requirements
Please use the link below for details of the 2016 stationery requirements.
A Thousand Cranes Performance
Posted on 24 Nov 2015
On Friday 27th November at 6pm students will be performing the play "A Thousand Cranes". The performance will be in the learning space and tickets will be available at the door.
Tim Cahill visits Lanyon High School
Posted on 13 Nov 2015On Tuesday star Socceros player Tim Cahill visited Lanyon High School.
The whole school watched on as he judged a juggling competition and then awarded the winning student, David Gurney with the honour of bringing out the match ball for last night's world cup qualifier at Bruce Stadium. David was overcome by emotion at the event and Tim Cahill took the opportunity to speak to all of our students about following their dreams and working hard towards achieving their best in life.
Minister Joy Burch Launches ANZAC spirit prize at Lanyon High School
Posted on 16 Oct 2015ACT Education Minister Joy Burch launched the Spirit of ANZAC prize in front of the Lanyon High School sea of poppies this week.
During 2015 students from the Lanyon Cluster of schools have commemorated the centenary of Gallipoli by creating and placing a poppy on our remembrance wall. On Wednesday Minister Burch used this space to launch the 2016 ANZAC Spirit Competition. The competition is open to all ACT year 9 & 10 students and requires them to submit a creative response to a quote from World War 1 war corespondent and historian Charles Bean. Click here for more information about the ANZAC spirit prize.