All students have the opportunity to be involved in a range of popular sports and compete against other schools.
Students can compete in Athletics, Swimming, Cross-Country, Summer Sports and Winter Sports, all of which continue to the State level, culminating in the Victorian State Schools competitions.
Teachers train and coach all these teams and coaching sessions are held at lunch time and after school.
Successful teams at District level can proceed to Southern Metropolitan Region and then on to State finals.
House sports are conducted for swimming, athletics and cross-country. Students are allocated to Houses as they arrive in the school.
YEARS 7 & 8
Year 7 & 8 students compete in inter-school sports in their timetabled sport session each week.
Students can select a different sport each term. Sports on offer vary from teams who compete against local secondary schools to sports or physical activities to build fitness in a non-competitive environment. A sample of sports on offer are listed below. The running of each particular sport is dependent on numbers from term to term and some have a limited capacity.
Times: Tuesdays, periods 5 & 6 (Year 7) – Fridays, periods 5 & 6 (Year 8)
- Term 1: Cricket, Tennis, Volleyball, Softball, Baseball, Trampolining, Dance, Gymnastics, Mixed Sport, Fitness.
- Term 2: AFL, Netball, Soccer, Badminton, Trampolining, Walking Group, Mixed Sport, Fitness.
- Term 3: Hockey, Touch Rugby, Basketball, Table Tennis, Futsal, Dance, Gymnastics, Mixed Sport, Fitness.
- Term 4: (6-week program) Beach activities, Ultimate Frisbee, European Handball, AFLW, Golf, Hip Hop Dance, Mixed Sport, Fitness (BASE).
Year 7 Sport: Please enter your child’s preferred sports for 2022 via this link: https://forms.gle/z6J2JLx1iTYeVoJEA
Year 8 Sport: Please enter your child’s preferred sports for 2022 via this link: https://forms.gle/AvXq6CEsMZh7uQHA6
YEARS 9 TO 12
Students in year 9-12 compete in a round robin format each term.
Olympic Change-Maker Award
The Australian Olympic Change-Maker program recognises students who demonstrate the Olympic spirit—friendship, sportsmanship and striving for excellence—both on and off the playing field, through leadership and by driving positive change in their school or local community.
Teachers can nominate up to two students from year 10 -12 each year for the award.
Nominated students receive an invitation to attend the Change-Maker Forum and be part of the Change-Maker Alumni, connecting like-minded students around the country. A certificate of recognition and consideration to attend the National Change-maker Summit is also included.