Connecting through Co-Curricular

​Unity College offers a variety of co-curricular activities to cater for the interests of all students. These include activities based around Faith and Formation, Wellbeing and Teaching and Learning.

Studies have shown that students who actively engage in a co-curricular program perform better academically form positive relationships and are more likely to lead healthy and active lifestyles when they leave school compared to those who don’t. 

Co-Curricular Activities

Co-Curricular activities can change each year depending on student interests and local/wider community events. This year, the College is busier than ever and we have many exciting opportunities for our students to engage in a co-curricular activity that suits their individual interests and hobbies.

The below activities are examples only and may change throughout each year.

Faith and Formation
Teaching and Learning Activities
Anzac Day March
Art Unite
Year 7 Music Immersion
Student Leadership 
Sports Clubs & Activities
Rosie's Charity
Music Ensembles
Maths Competitions
St Vinnie's Sleepover
Gaming Club
Japanese Speech Contest
Caritas Australia Project Compassion & Carita's Ks
College Musical 
Japanese Exchange
Youth Group
Bee Club
​Learning a musical instrument
Race for Justice​
​Thirve Theatre
​NARA Indigenous Group​
Dance Ensembles

​Ignite Conference

Co-Curricular Awards

Each year, Unity College holds it Annual Awards Evening fro Prep through to Year 12. This evening celebrates our students and the hard work they have put in throughout their schooling. 

Co-Curricular Awards are judged by the amount of co-curricular stars received. Each activity has a rating of 1-6 stars. To receive the maximum number of stars for each activity, a student needs to have attended a minimum of 80% of their chosen activities. 


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