Saint Stephen’s College also offers many non-APS sporting opportunities provided by high quality external providers such as:-
Auskick Junior AFL Football
Basketball – Swooper Hoopers
Rugby – 1st Fives
Soccer – TFA
Strength and Conditioning:
Students interested in making use of our College gym are able to under the guidance of our Strength and Conditioning coach Liam Pedge. The gym is open before and after school on most days and students are able to have individualised programs developed.
Saint Stephen’s College Strikers Netball Club
Any girls with an interest in playing netball are able to play for the Saint Stephen’s College Strikers Netball club. Matches are played on Saturday’s and training take place at the College on Thursday afternoons.
During terms 1 and 2, students in years 4-12 are able to be a part of the College’s Runners Club which coincides with the Cross Country season. The Runners Club caters for students regardless of ability and experience. Students in the Emerging Basketballers Program and Emerging Cricketers Program are automatically a part of the Runners Club. Runners Club meet every Tuesday and Thursday Morning from 6.50am. Breakfast is provided after each session for a gold coin donation.
Following on from Runners club, Athletics club takes place in terms 2 and 3 during athletics season. Athletics club caters for all abilities and experience levels to help students improve in all athletics disciplines. Students in the Emerging Basketballers Program and Emerging Cricketers Program are automatically a part of the Athletics Club. Athletics Club meet every Tuesday and Thursday Morning from 6.50am. Breakfast is provided after each session for a gold coin donation.