Welcome to Alfred Deakin High School (ADHS). We are a multicultural school, embracing students from 67 different cultures and we have sister schools in China, Indonesia and Japan. We pride ourselves on providing a first class education for our students and offer many extra curricular activites to enrich our students' lives. Explore our website to learn more about all ADHS has to offer.
Students can now elect course electives for 2016 via the Web Preferences Portal. It is strongly advised before students select a course that they read the Course Information Booklet 2016, which can be accessed by utilizing the link Elective Booklet 2016
It contains descriptive information regarding elective courses offered at Alfred Deakin in 2016, for further inquiries please do not hesitate to contact the school
Our very own Hamish Williams enjoyed stepping into the shoes of our Principal for a day. The event was highlighted in the media via The Chronicle and Facebook. Please click on the link for the attached article and Facebook link. Well done Hamish!
The ACT Directorate is committed to providing students with reliable access to ICT so that learning can occur whenever and wherever. For further information please click on the link below
Check out the ICT@ADHS page for access to our GAFE Parent Portal. It will help you keep track of what your child is working on in all their subjects.
Prospective enrolments for 2016 will open on 28th of April 2015. Enrol via the online enrolment form ACT ETD: Enrolling/Transferring - ACT Public Schools. Forms will be automatically forwarded to the school of your first choice. Families who are unable to access a computer or internet may go to any school for assistance. For all enrolment enquiries please phone 6142 3888
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ADHS acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.