A range of lunchtime activities is on offer each term, ranging from wellbeing, art and craft, library activities, sporting games, Chess Club, board and computer games, cultural activities and incursions.
Music & Performing Arts
Students can participate in a range of co-curricular events in our newly constructed Performing Arts Centre facility. Each year the Music and Drama teachers work collaboratively with other Media and Arts teams to host a range of co-curricular opportunities for budding actors, singers and production crew. The PAC is equipped with industry standard seating, curtains and production lighting to perform annual school musical and Choir showcases to the college and wider community.
The new ‘band room’ is available to students during lunchtime and afterschool sessions and students also have the opportunity to take up instrumental music tuition (fee-based).
The Grange offers students a variety of visual arts activities including an Artist in Residence Program and P-12 Art Show.
Grange based sport includes House Competition in Athletics, Swimming and Cross Country.
Inter School Sport is held each year with a range of sports available to Grange students.
Breakfast Club operates every week and is supported by donations from local businesses. (Both campuses)
An organised Homework club is run by our expert teachers for Secondary students who would like additional assistance from subject specialist teachers.
It runs every Tuesday for mainstream students and every Wednesday for Sports Science students from 3:10pm to 4:30pm.
If your child is interested in attending the program, they will need a permission note from the parent/guardian and will be required to sign in.
Students can participate in national subject association competitions, such as the Australian Mathematics Competition, Monash University Science Talent Search, National History and Geography competitions etc.
Debating & Public Speaking
Students have the opportunity to participate in the Intra-School Debating Competition and public speaking events such as Wynspeak competition, with students offered training in public speaking skills.