Encouraging students to participate in sport is a key part of a holistic education. Sport and physical activity can provide students with skills in leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship and perseverance.
Students compete in a wide range of interschool competitions in a number of sports including swimming, golf, futsal and cross country running – and can potentially represent their region, state or country. Closer to home, they can test their skills against each other at the College’s annual athletics carnival and other sporting events. Students also have the opportunity to participate in sports they may never otherwise experience, such as cross-country skiing, ultimate frisbee and women’s AFL.
Health and Physical Education (HPE) is a compulsory subject for Years 7-9, with students learning about both sporting and physical skills, and healthy living and safety. Students can continue to study various sport and health-related elective subjects in the senior years.
All students also have the opportunity to participate in extra-curricular sports including: basketball; volleyball; netball; soccer; AFL; cricket; futsal (indoor soccer); tennis; hockey; golf; swimming; cross country; track and field; and chess.
Our students not only have access to our school sporting and fitness facilities, but to nearby community facilities including RecWest Braybrook, the Le Breton Swimming Pool, Dobson Reserve, Kinder Smith Reserve and Skinner Reserve.
Our College is a member of the Sports Association of Catholic Co-educational Secondary Schools and is also affiliated with School Sports Victoria.