The breadth of our Secondary co-curricular program ensures that every student's special talents can be identified and nurtured, giving each student the chance to realise their full potential.
Students with an interest in the Arts are able to explore their talents through a variety of groups, with Music, Drama and film-making the focus. Communication skills are developed through debating, public speaking and creative writing clubs. For those who love the outdoors, we offer the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme and activities such as Orienteering and Scuba Club.
The School’s Community Service program, ‘Helping Hands’, also encourages students to become involved and to put something back into their community through volunteering.
Many of life’s lessons are best learned in a setting other than the traditional classroom. Our Camps program in Years 7 through 10 provides students with learning opportunities that develop the skills associated with outdoor pursuits, and opportunities to find out more about themselves.
More information about our School's expansive offerings can be viewed under the Co-curricular webpage.