Our co-curricular program complements the academic program

The academic program at St Aloysius’ College is supported by a strong co-curricular program which has been designed to give every student the opportunity to participate fully in the life of the College. All students in Years 7 to 12 are expected to be involved in a full-time (summer and winter) co-curricular activity.

St Aloysius’ College is a founding member of the Associated Schools of NSW (CAS), an association of six private boys’ schools, founded in 1929 to provide sporting and co-curricular competition. The College, through membership of the CAS, is committed to field teams in all mainstream CAS sports and co-curricular competitions.

Sport is the main co-curricular activity and an important element in the overall curriculum. Students are also encouraged to participate in a wide range of other activities which complement the sporting program. These activities include debating, public speaking and chess and several service activities like the St Vincent De Paul and Benenson Societies. All members of the College teaching staff are involved in sporting and/or other co-curricular activities.