Our co-curricular programs inspire and engage all students to find their pathway through exploring Sport, The Arts, cultural immersion and experiential learning – globally and domestically.
Our broad and balanced pathways mean that no matter whether your child’s passions and strengths are academic, musical, sporty, theatrical or still being discovered, they will be supported to explore and find success, joy and fulfilment at school. We importantly provide opportunities for learning and enjoyment through participation, along with supporting elite pathway aspirations in areas of passion for each student.
Supporting healthy bodies for a healthy mind.
At Caulfield Grammar School we believe that sport plays an integral role in the social, emotional and physical development of our students. We are dedicated to creating a sporting culture that focuses on enjoyment, participation and community.
Our Sport program is compulsory for Years 5 to 12 and equips our students with essential life skills to develop and maintain their health and wellbeing, as well as create a lifelong love of sport. Students compete in both the prestigious Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS) and Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria (AGSV) competitions, as well as a range of sport-specific regional, state and national interschool competitions.
There are also opportunities for students to participate in House sports, sports camps and tours both within Australia and internationally, as well as represent Caulfield Grammar School in a range of other sports including Human Powered Racing, Fencing, Golf, Snow Sports and more.
Offering vast opportunities for creative growth.
Whether it’s music, theatre, visual arts or dance, being involved in The Arts provides learners with a safe and supportive place for self-expression, discovery, creative collaboration and reflective connection.
Drawing on a rich variety of talent and resources from each of our campuses, Caulfield Grammar School offers a broad and inclusive curriculum of creative arts subjects and productions across all its campuses.
Exceptional Creative and Performing Arts Centres at Wheelers Hill and Caulfield campuses house large professional theatres and a variety of dedicated music rehearsal spaces for our many orchestras, bands and choirs.
Establishing and nurturing a lifelong love of music.
Caulfield Grammar School provides students with many unique co-curricular musical opportunities and experiences including productions, music lessons, ensembles, bands, choirs and orchestras.
Our Music Program seeks to establish and nurture a lifelong love of music in our students through performing, listening to music and appreciating the therapeutic value of music in their everyday lives.
A powerful vehicle for challenge and change.
Performing Arts at Caulfield Grammar School encourages students to see performance as a powerful vehicle for challenging and changing attitudes about the world. It allows students to combine personal and social learning arising from the content with aesthetic understanding about the conventions of Theatre.
Performing Arts also offers our students the opportunity to challenge and confront themselves by moving out of their comfort zone in a safe learning environment.
Visual Arts is an integral part of our culture and School community.
In addition to our curriculum, we provide our students with a wide range of co-curricular offerings including artist-in-residence programs that sit alongside and within Junior and Secondary year learning programs; opportunities for students to explore their passions backstage – creating costumes, props and sets for theatrical productions; Art and Design tours; and a student-led Visual Arts Committee that organises and runs activities to enhance our community.
Tours and Experiences
Caulfield Grammar School provides many opportunities for Secondary students to travel to regional Victoria, interstate and internationally to engage in learning activities that will further develop and enhance their skills. Our tours build on strong programs already operating within the School and provide opportunities for students to immerse themselves in diverse environments and cultures, fostering cultural awareness, empathy and independence.
Each year students have the opportunity to experience a range of domestic and international tours including music, sports, theatre, language immersion, career opportunities, STEM, Outdoor Education, and our Kakadu Year 9 Program (Northern Territory).
Current offerings subject to COVIDSafe guidelines and restrictions.