All competing students must be in full (College) Sport uniform to participate.
On Tuesday (Year 7) and Friday (Year 8) students can wear sport uniform to and from school.
Students can submit their Sport preferences below at the following links.
Please ensure the correct year level is selected.
YEARS 7 & 8
Some of the sports on offer are listed below. The running of each particular sport is dependent on numbers from term to term and some sports have a limited capacity.
Tuesdays periods 5 &6 (Year 7) – Fridays periods 5 & 6 (Year 8)
Cricket, Tennis, Volleyball, Softball, Baseball, Trampolining, Mixed Sport, Dance & Gymnastics, Lawn Bowls, Walking Group, Fitness.
Football, Netball, Soccer, Badminton, Trampolining, Gymnastics, Fitness, Mixed Sports.
Hockey, Touch Rugby, Basketball, Table Tennis, Futsal, Dance, Triathlon, Mixed Sports, Fitness.
Term 4: (6 week program)
Beach activities, Ultimate Frisbee, European Handball, Football (Girls), Community Sport, Gymnastics & Dance, Golf, Lawn Bowls, Fitness.
YEARS 9 TO 12
Round robin days in terms 1,2 & 3 (in above sports)
DISTRICT COMPETITION (Kingston)
Years 7 & 8 are weekly, 9 to 12 round robin days.
ATHLETICS, SWIMMING AND CROSS COUNTRY
Compete as school houses in all day events. Winners advance to compete at district level.
Surfing, Rugby, Lawn Bowls, Snowsports and Gymnastics.
Are chosen from Years 11 and 12.
PIERRE DE COUBERTIN AWARD
WHAT IS THE PIERRE DE COUBERTIN AWARD?
The Pierre de Coubertin award is named after the founder of the Modern Olympic Games and is presented to students who may not necessarily be the school’s best athlete, but those who display the A.S.P.I.R.E Olympic values and attributes. It is open to Year 11 and 12, are nominated by teachers normally and occurs in May.
WHAT IS THE OLYMPIC ACADEMY?
We encourage schools to invite two additional school leaders to attend the Awards Ceremony and Olympic Academy as their school representatives. The Olympic Academy allows students to meet and interact with a number of Olympians.