The College’s extensive Co-curricular Program promotes each student’s physical, cultural and social development. Each term, students are invited to choose from over 30 activities to participate in on a Thursday afternoon. Professional trainers and coaches are employed to conduct each activity. This ensures a high level of skill development and a rewarding experience. The College encourages students to maintain contact with their local sporting and cultural associations.
|Dragon Boating||Netball||Touch Football|
|Fitness||Rosebank Health and Fitness Club|
|Art||Duke of Edinburgh||Rosebank Writers|
|Cooking||Mock Trial||Snow Sports (Skiing and Snowboarding)|
|Dota 2 Gaming||Photography|
Students selected to represent Rosebank at the CBSA, SCC, NSWCCC and CSDA levels can participate in the following sports or cultural activities:
|Cross Country||Public Speaking||Volleyball|
|Dance||Rugby League||Water Polo|
Students train and compete for these sporting/cultural activities both during Thursday Co-curricular and in addition to Thursday Co-curricular time.
Rosebank offers students the opportunity to join evening and weekend Club Sports. Rosebank offers the following Club Sports which compete in local sporting competitions: