Clubs are important part of our co-curricular program they encourage and enable students to follow their passions and share them with others, give students leadership opportunities, and provide time and space for students to have fun and social time together.
Clubs are a fulfilling way to connect with likeminded peers. Club leaders who come from all year levels take the responsibility of running their Clubs seriously; planning well for meetings, arranging activities, discussion groups, and guest speakers for club members throughout the year.
Some clubs have up to 40 members, and are involved in ongoing volunteering programs in the school and wider community. The list changes annually and ranging from body and mind, language and culture interests, actives, issues, ideas, discussions volunteering and community focuses.
Each year in Term 1, all students are invited to apply to run a club based on interests that complement the curricular and co-curricular programs offered.