We offer a wide range of extracurricular activities, from sports to clubs and beyond, to help our students find their passions and develop their talents.

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Service Activities

Our School Motto, Non Nobis Solum (Not for Ourselves Alone), is a key driver at the heart of all that we do here at St Hilda`s School. It is the essence of being a St Hilda`s girl. As a reflection of this, there is a clear expectation that all girls participate in at least two Service activities each semester.

Through our range of Service Activities, St Hilda`s students learn that the purpose of their education is to have a positive impact on the people and the world around them. During their time in the school, each girl is expected to develop and grow into a citizen who contributes positively to their local, national and international community.

Co-Curricular Activities

We aspire to help St Hilda`s School girls to become future generations of successful, resilient women of integrity. To support that aspiration, we offer a wide range of Co-Curricular Activities. Many significant life skills are taught or may be learned in these programs. These include:

  • leadership
  • decision-making
  • commitment
  • taking responsibility
  • teamwork
  • motivating others
  • organising others
  • negotiating

Through their involvement in these activities, students develop a sense of accomplishment and enhance their self-confidence by using their talents and responding to the challenges presented to them.

Our Co-Curricular Activities form an integral part in the learning and development of all St Hilda`s School students as they augment the formal curriculum. Each student in Years 7-12 at St Hilda’s School is expected to participate in at least two Co-Curricular activities each semester. The variety of Co-Curricular activities offered at St Hilda’s School aims to accommodate the diverse range of our students’ interests and abilities.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Extra-Curricular activities are those that fall outside the realm of our normal school curriculum of school and the majority are not explicitly connected to academic learning. Extra-Curricular activities are usually run by outside providers who may charge fees for their services.

Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Handbook

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