Sport

Star of the Sea College encourages all students to be involved in a range of curricular and co-curricular sporting activities throughout the school year. We recognise the importance of physical activity in the development of young girls and aim to promote the positive outcomes of improved wellbeing by connecting our students through our diversity of sports program.

Sport Choices

Students are exposed to a range of team sports, individual competitions, and recreational activities that assist our girls in developing confidence, healthy habits, and leadership skills. We have an extensive range of sport choices at Star that cater to a variety of interest and ability levels, including:

We have a strong sporting history at Star of the Sea College – one that is continually driven today by our sports captains and their student leadership team. Sport challenges our students to learn and develop essential skills for their future success, including self-discipline, team dedication, leadership and responsibility.  

Trials are normally before school at 7.30am, lunchtime or after school 3.30–5.00pm, and signups are completed through a form emailed to students by the Head of Sport.

House Sport 

House sport at Star of the Sea College allows every girl to be involved in sporting activities across a variety of friendly competitions, all set in energetic and challenging environments. 

There are three major Inter-House Carnivals each year: 

  • Term 1: Swimming and diving 
  • Term 2: Athletics
  • Term 4: Triathlon  

House groups compete throughout the year and collect points towards the annual House Cup. All students are encouraged to compete in these events. Our House sport competitions provide the opportunity for every student to display her talent and strive to reach her full potential.  

Girls Sport Victoria (GSV)

GSV www.gsv.vic.edu.au was formed by 24 independent girls’ schools across Melbourne and ensures a large number of students can participate in a wide and varied sporting program, both during and after school. The three major GSV carnivals for the year are:

  • Term 1: Swimming and diving 
  • Term 2: Cross-country
  • Term 3 – Track and field

Most GSV Sport Is On

  • Monday: Seniors (Years 11–12)
  • Wednesday: Intermediates (Years 9–10)
  • Thursday: Juniors (Years 7–8)

GSV After-school Weekly Sports

  • Term 1: Swimming, diving, softball, tennis (Year 7, carnival sports only in Term 1)
  • Term 2: Australian rules football, hockey and netball
  • Term 3: Soccer, volleyball, badminton
  • Term 4: Basketball, cricket

Secondary Catholic Sports Association (SCSA)

SCSA www.scsa.org.au/about/ comprises 26 Catholic girls’ schools across Melbourne and Geelong. SCSA offers full-day competitions that complement our GSV program and allow students to compete throughout the year.

  • Term 1: Swimming and diving
  • Term 2: Cross-country, junior netball
  • Term 3: Aerobics

SCSA events consist predominantly of round-robin tournaments or carnivals that run for the whole day.

Outside of GSV and SCSA, we are also involved in:

  • Victorian AeroSchools competitions
  • Gymnastics Victoria inter-school gymnastics
  • Sailing

Sport Uniform 

Sport Uniform may be worn to and from school on days a student has a PE class, Practical Human Movement class or GSV sport after school.  

Other sports require students to wear a specific team uniform including athletics, basketball, netball, soccer, gymnastics, Irish dancing, and aerobics. Students wear their College sport uniform to school and change into team uniforms.

Check out our Sport Leaders

Check out our Sport Signups

Check out our Sport Uniform

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