Our co-curricular program provides students with enriching learning experiences beyond the classroom and the opportunity to
develop skills, contribute to the community, interact with like-minded peers and discover new talents.
Lunchtime House Activities
Once a term, all eight Houses compete in a round robin sporting competition, with each term focusing on a different sport. Sports include netball, volleyball, basketball, soccer. The lunchtime sport aims to get all levels of sporting ability participating in a fun and competitive session of sport.
House Athletics Carnival
The House Athletics Carnival takes place once a year. Students come dressed in their House colours ready to support their Houses as they compete in various athletic events.
Throughout the day, points are tallied based on event results, and a total score at the end of the day is calculated to determine the winner House Athletics for the year.
The event doubles as a selection event for the Interschool Athletics team. The students with the best finishing times are invited to train and compete against other schools.
House Cross Country
Each year, students race against their peers throughout a carefully prepared track onsite at the College. Each year level begins at different interval times, beginning with Year 7 students in the morning and concluding with the senior races in the afternoon.
The event doubles as a selection event for the Interschool Cross Country team. The students with the best finishing times are invited to train and compete against other schools.
Parents and supporters are always welcome to come along and help cheer on the House Cross Country Runners.
School Sport Victoria Competition
The School Sport Victoria competition is where the College competes against other schools at a local, regional and state level. This competition takes place for students in years 7 – 12.
Sports available to students include netball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, table tennis, badminton among others. Games are played at away venues, giving students the opportunity to travel to other schools to compete.
Our Secondary School Camp is a unique initiative designed to help enhance the sense of connectedness and belonging in a fun and exciting environment. Occurring during Term 2, students attend gender specific camps and are able to develop positive relationships with their peers and with College staff.
The program includes a variety of hands-on activities and students are engaged, encouraged and supported as they push themselves and try new activities.
The College encourages all students to participate in music regardless of age or ability. As part of the Music Program, students
are able to learn an instrument, participate in and perform within the College and for the wider community as part of the Choir.
In conjunction with the comprehensive P-12 classroom music program at the College, the Music Program allows students to
undertake tuition on a musical instrument.