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St Johns Park High School

St Johns Park High School

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St Johns Park High School has a proud sporting tradition and encourages participation at all levels

Integrated sports

Students in Years 7 to 10 participate in sport that is integrated into student timetables. The program provides students with opportunities to participate in a range of sports and utilise our school and local sports facilities.

GAP Program

The Gifted Athletics Program is an elective in Years 9 and 10, that provides students with the opportunity to develop their skills in athletics, cross country running and in all sports. GAP nurtures students with specific sporting talents and provides opportunities for them to excel. 

Find out more about GAP, here

School carnivals

The Athletics and Swimming Carnivals are a whole school event that is hosted at local sports and swimming centres. We also run an annual Cross Country at school. At all 3 events, students are able to participate in whatever capacity they are able. The HOUSE student leadership run a variety of games and activities aimed at increasing school spirit. By participating in any event at the our carnivals, students are awarded HOUSE points that contribute to each HOUSE group. Our four HOUSEs are Alpha (Black), Beta (Red), Epsilon (Green), Gamma (Yellow). More information about our HOUSE student leadership team.

Swimming Carnival 2024

Swimming Carnival 2024

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Zone, Regional and National Representation

St Johns Park High School is a member of the Landsdowne Zone and competes in competitions for athletics, cross country and swimming as well as a range of team sports such as touch football and netball. Through this pathway students are able to qualify to regional (Sydney South West), State and National sporting events. Our staff support our students to reach their potential and progress to the highest level of competition possible.

Morning Fitness Program

As part of developing and supporting health and wellbeing, students are able to attend our free morning fitness program, which operates every Tuesday and Thursday morning. Students are provided access to the gym and engage in activities to increase strength through resistance training and cardiovascular health, circuit and boxercise classes. The program is run and supervised by the PDHPE staff.

Find out more about other extra-curricular activities we offer, here.

Personal development, health and physical education

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