Boarders are in an ideal position to take advantage of the wide range of co-curricular activities available at Caulfield Grammar School.
The depth and breadth of offering is extraordinary, with opportunities to be involved in many sports, music, drama, dance and outdoor activities. Whether it’s building sets for a production, performing on stage, training with a sports team or going rock climbing (to name but a few), there are options for learners of every kind.
In Year 9, most students spend five weeks living and learning in China, an experience that will stay with them for a lifetime. In other years, some students are given the opportunity to travel interstate or overseas on tours that focus on their area of passion, like sport, music or future careers.
For children who love the outdoors, programs like the Duke of Edinburgh scheme offer opportunities to enjoy additional adventures, be it hiking, skiing, horse riding, kayaking and more. Within the school exists a wide range of opportunities to explore co-curricular interests like photography, debating, film making, chess and rock climbing – and of course, that’s in addition to all the sports and arts offered within the curriculum.