The academic program at St Aloysius’ College is supported by a strong co-curricular program to ensure that every student has a holistic education. All students are expected to be fully committed to the co-curricular life of the College. Sport is the main co-curricular activity and an important element in the overall curriculum of the College. Students are also encouraged to participate in a wide range of co-curricular activities which complement the sporting program. All members of the College teaching staff are involved in sporting and/or other co-curricular activities. 

St Aloysius’ College is a founding member of the Associated Schools of NSW (CAS), an association of six private boys’ schools, founded in 1929 to provide sporting and co-curricular competition. The College, through membership of the CAS, is committed to field teams in all mainstream CAS sports and co-curricular competitions. 

All students in Years 7 to 12 are expected to be involved in a full-time (Summer and Winter) co-curricular activity.

  • Sport
    Our aim is to develop in each boy a passion for health, fitness and participating in physical activity/sport. Through achieving this we provide a foundation for a healthy lifestyle now and for the future. Senior Sport
  • Drama
    The College has an active co-curricular Drama programme offering students the opportunity to perform, direct, design and run tech on a number of different productions each year Senior Drama
  • Music
    Music forms a special part of the College Community. As a co-curricular activity, students are expected to commit to their selected ensemble, just as for any team activity. Senior Music