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Uniforms for New Students

Each new family is encouraged to contact Reann at the NAC Uniform Shop on 4423 5477 or via email nowra@midford.com.au to make an appointment to purchase their student’s uniform.

To allow for individual service so that the fitting of the uniform is a pleasant experience all new parents must make an appointment. Each appointment may take approx. 30-45 minutes.

for more information see our Uniform Shop Page.

Our students shine in Hairspray

IMG_0895Every single person involved with the production deserves praise for the countless hours of work and dedication it takes to achieve this excellence. Click here for more

HSC PRACTICAL PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE

Ann Kirkby SmallOur HSC Music, Design and Technology and Visual Arts students have excelled again. Nominations are made by the HSC examiners after the practical assessments in Term 3 and are an acknowledgement of exemplary work in each subject. Year 12 students Sally Woods, Anne Kirkby and Matthew Sampson have all been nominated in their respective subjects. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Excellence in HSC Results for Nowra Anglican College

In 2015 our Year 12 cohort has achieved outstanding results in their Higher School Certificate examinations. The focus over the past two years has been on raising academic standards and the 2015 cohort has achieved highly.

Read more download the NAC HSC RESULTS pdf

Welcome to Nowra Anglican College

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Nowra Anglican College is a Christian school with an Anglican foundation, inclusive of all, caring and positive. The College is known as a place of innovation and academic excellence where students are both supported and challenged through Christian, academic, cultural, physical and practical areas of learning.

We strive to be a learning environment that values the contributions of staff, parents, students and the wider community to respond to the challenges of our changing world and its demands.

We aim to be a place that staff, students and parents are proud of – where students feel engaged, valued and confident and use their learning experiences to make a difference in the world.

The type of education we offer can be best appreciated by a visit to our campus.

During your visit you will see  students, enthusiastically engaged in a wide range of learning experiences. You will find a safe environment, characterised by positive relationships that enhance the learning experience and encourage lifelong bonds of trust and friendship.

You will see success, the value placed on the individual and opportunities to develop leadership skills that will enhance our students’ quality of life long into the future.

We welcome you!

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Nowra Anglican CollegeFriday, February 12th, 2016 at 5:51pm
Another fine day of swimming on Thursday with the Junior School carnival. Thank you to all the parents who came and encouraged and helped. Congratulations to every student of all abilities who participated. Swimming was the real winner on the day!
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Nowra Anglican CollegeWednesday, February 10th, 2016 at 8:24pm
Senior School swimming carnival 2016... a great time was had by all. Year 12 looked particularly splendid. Congratulations to all students involved for a display of great sportsmanship!
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Nowra Anglican CollegeWednesday, February 10th, 2016 at 10:10am
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Nowra Anglican CollegeTuesday, February 9th, 2016 at 9:41am
Students in Year 5 and 6 were encouraged to pass notes to each other during their Technology class. They have commenced a Cryptography project which will help them develop computational thinking skills while educating them in the history and contemporary need for encryption of data and cyber safety.
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Nowra Anglican CollegeTuesday, February 9th, 2016 at 9:26am
Ouch, Please Help! NOT = D
During the Junior Science Enrichment period, Mrs. Delahenty's Year 6D class, had the opportunity to create their very own bloody wounds on each other in Science today. They used their creativity to make the wounds as big and gross as possible. Some students even added cut up clear plastic sheets, to resemble glass shards stuck in their wounds. The students put poor Mrs. Delahenty into a scare with their very realistic wound creations . A very messy but fun period for all =D Good Job Year 6D!
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2016 Term Dates

Term 1
27 January 2016 - 8 April 2016
Term 2
27 April 2016 - 24 June 2016
Term 3
18 July 2016 - 23 September 2016
Term 4
11 October 2016 - 8 December 2016

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