2 Launceston Street, Phillip ACT 2606

Founded 1990 | Number of students: 700

School Image


Lake Tuggeranong College (LTC) is located in Canberra, the capital of Australia, 20km south of the city centre. It overlooks picturesque Lake Tuggeranong and has tree-lined suburbs to the east and the bustling Tuggeranong Town Centre to the west.  

Lake Tuggeranong College makes an immediate impression on visitors with stunning architecture, taking full advantage of the lakeside setting. It is an inclusive educational institution that works to support all students to achieve their full potential during their time at the college.  Students are encouraged to work closely with their Wellbeing coordinator, Academic Officers, and teachers to develop a program that reflects their personal goals and future pathways. 

The college is prominently positioned on the shores of Lake Tuggeranong, Greenway and is close to the Tuggeranong Town Centre and bus terminal. The college campus and the adjoining public library was designed by the firm Edwards Madigan Torzillo and Briggs, the same firm the designed the High Court of Australia building and National Gallery of Australia in Parkes. 

Campus facilities include general use science laboratories; metal, wood, and auto technology workshops; a kitchen class room; sporting facilities including a rowing shed; drama, dance, art and photography studios; and teaching spaces from 20 person class rooms to an eighty-seat lecture theatre. 

Tuggeranong Town Centre Library is adjacent to the college and is a joint-use facility catering for the educational needs of college students and for community use. The proximity of the library provides students with access to the ACT public library collection, free computing facilities and study space. Fully qualified Teacher Librarians, in addition to ACT Public Library staff, further the services provided to college students. 

3 Reasons
to Choose Us

1 -Teachers who make a difference to the learning and lives of our students. Lake Tuggeranong teachers actively seek to enhance student outcomes. They are experts in their field and are passionate about what and how they teach; Future focussed and student-centred curriculum, which builds capability development for life beyond school.
2 - Broad and flexible pathways for completing the ACT Senior Secondary Certificate. Students can select from over sixty courses, including tertiary, accredited and vocational offerings.
3 - Every student develops a personalised Graduate Profile and is supported in planning their pathway through college and beyond


> Design
> Information Technology - IT
> Mathematics & Engineering

Special Excellence

> The College offers courses in nine curriculum areas. Each curriculum area offers courses designed to satisfy the entire range of talent, aspiration and interest within the student population.


> REGISTERED (R) UNITS - Opportunities for students to enrol in programmes, R-units or external courses, separate to their regular class load, occur throughout their two years at college. These can receive recognition of hours spent outside college hours. There are no prerequisites, but course costs may be incurred. Offerings vary from year to year. Examples of areas covered include: College Connect, Gotta Get VET, Community Service, Debating, Dance Festival, Sport, Music Production, Drama Productions, Road Ready, Sustainability, pathways to work, subject-based participation and tutorial support. Students who engage with external leadership opportunities, such as Scouts, Duke of Edinburgh etc, may also receive recognition for this work.
> CIT OPPORTUNITIES - Students can avail themselves of courses offered at the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT). Courses have included: Spatial and Surveying, Childcare, IT, Library Studies, Business, Travel, Accounting, Bar Service, White Card and Asbestos training and MYOB. Students interested in these options should make an appointment with the Careers team at college to see how this might contribute to their Senior Secondary Certificate
> ANU EXTENSION - PROGRAM Admission is by application via ANU processes. There is no entry fee but some course costs. See Careers at LTC and visit http://extension.anu.edu.au/ Courses include: Chemistry, Specialist Maths, Biodiversity, Continuing Japanese, Advanced Japanese, Continuing Chinese, Beginning Korean, Astrophysics, Discovering Engineering, Physics.
> GEMS (GIRLS IN ENGINEERING, MATHS & SCIENCE GEMS) - Is a program that provides mentoring opportunities for girls who study two or more of these subjects. The program connects ex-students, university, and industry mentors – that meet and help to plan study programs and pathways into universities and employment. There is a challenge program where you develop your own STEM based project. The year 12 program involves our GEMS students assisting and mentoring our high school and primary school girls where you will become one of our GEMS ambassadors. Be a GEM – you will shine!
> TIGER TEAM ( STUDENT IT SUPPORT TEAM) - The Tiger Team is comprised of students who help to support the day-to-day functions of our college computer systems. The team consists of students studying an IT based subject who use a spare line during each week to be on call and support staff and students when they need IT help. The team starts where our year 12 students train year 11 students in term 4. The experience Tiger Team students gain helps build a strong CV and they use their experience in interviews to show how they can work when applying for jobs in the IT sector. Many of our Tiger Team are directly employed straight out of college via the public service digital apprenticeships program.
> SERVICES AUSTRALIA CYBER PROGRAM - This is a program that runs during our ‘College Programs’ timetable. We link with IT professionals from Services Australia to create cyber security-based projects. The program consists of students working with the Services Australia cyber security staff. The students learn about Linux and ethical hacking tools and techniques and apply these to create a solution in their projects. The aim is to ensure our future workforce is skilled in preventing systems being compromised. Our students use the extension program to enhance their CVs when applying to university and for IT related jobs in cyber security.


> English

> Chinese

> Japanese

> Spanish



Sports only available during certain terms. - List of Sports TBC




Clique no botão “quero estudar”
e faça orçamento personalizado.