Motivating and enriching students beyond the classroom with sport, music ensembles, creative and performing arts, technology, academic enrichment, public speaking, debating, leadership development and Christian groups.
Our extra curricular activities provide a dynamic learning environment which develops each student’s individual potential in a host of areas. Students are encouraged to explore new areas, find their passion and develop skills in teamwork and leadership.
Try something new or hone your skills
different sports to pursue including cricket, netball, swimming, rugby, mountain biking and more.
full-sized ovals for various activities and home games
clubs and groups including Leadership, Debating, Christian Groups, Maths Olympiad, Games and Miniatures Club and more!
students representing the College in sporting teams each week.
Nurturing and encouraging student's spiritual growth and equip students with life skills, groups include CRU, Mini CRU, Leadership, Social Actions Team and Student Council.
Discover and develop your gifts of music through choirs, bands, performance groups and ensembles. Share the skills choirs at eisteddfods, festivals, local aged care homes and Music Tours to regional NSW.
Test yourself alongside teammates and fellow competitors at the Hills Zone Sports Association, Association of Independent Co-Educational Schools, Combined Independent Schools and Christian Schools Sport Association competitions.
Express yourself at our HSC Showcase, MADD Night (Years 9 and 10), Twilight (Years 7 and 8), Junior School and Senior School Musicals, Anglican Schools Corporation Choral Festival, Hawkesbury Eisteddfod and HICES Music Festival.
Allowing creative minds to unleash their imagination upon a range of group and individual projects in Coding Club, Garden Gnomes, Hobbies on the Hill, Minatures and Games Club
Grow your use of logic, strategy, problem solving skills and thinking ‘outside the square’ with our Chess and Maths Challenge. Gain confidence and articulate your ideas in our Public Speaking groups. Open a world of possibilities by learning another language.
We believe that each student is an individual with their own particular God-given gifts. Extra curricular groups provide extended opportunities for students to discover and nurture these talents as well as succeed within their chosen field.
Extra curricular activities are undertaken at lunchtime or before or after school. Students are strongly encouraged to be involved in the program as this provides an important balance to the teaching program at the College, as well as allowing students to be fully involved in College life.
Students electing to participate in extra curricular activities are expected to demonstrate commitment, enthusiasm, and care for others. Many of these activities provide students with the opportunity to represent the College off-campus.