Cabra students are invited to get involved in extra-curricular activities, to enhance their skills, friendships and overall wellbeing. The list of options is extensive and includes activities linked to sport, music, arts, philosophy, language, photography, science and maths.
The more involved in the college students become, the more opportunities they will have to meet others and make new friends. There is an incredibly broad range of activities available at Cabra which can enrich your time at the college and make it more enjoyable.
Student Leadership is an integral part of the Cabra community and provides formal opportunities for students’ voices to be heard, enabling them to participate in shaping the community to which they belong. It celebrates the gifts, talents and contributions of students as they serve the school community.
St Mary’s Unit Captains
Year 7 – 11
We offer a diverse range of musical experiences for students of all year levels, abilities and interests. Learning an instrument and participating in ensembles enables students to develop skills on their chosen instrument(s)/voice from specialist tutors and directors, whilst further developing skills such as organisation, creativity and self-confidence. The co-curricular music program provides an opportunity to meet other students who have similar musical interests and participate in college performances, competitions and trips. From ensembles and choirs, to whole school musicals, students are encouraged to develop their artistic abilities in a variety of settings.
Small Ensemble Program
Beginner Drum Corps
Junior Drum Corps
Senior Drum Corps
Private Instrumental Lessons
Contact the Music Office at email@example.com or on 8179 2406
Academic Challenge and Enrichment (ACE)
Students participate in a wide variety of sports across a range of ages and ability levels, making full use of our two ovals, a suite of courts and Caleruega Hall, our double court air-conditioned gym facility.
Camps and Trips
Students can also be involved in a myriad of travel experiences such as World Challenge, immersion trips to Japan, Italy, South Africa and Indonesia and ski trips. Each year we enjoy our whole-school Community Living Week, which sees all students and staff engaging in a variety of experiences, including: retreats, conferences, camps, day adventures and tours. These experiences are often some of the most memorable of their school days, and serve to deepen and extend their physical, social, emotional and spiritual selves.
Aside from these activities, students have the opportunity to be involved in:
- Sporting Carnivals
- Catholic Schools Music Festival
- Knockout sport
- Lunchtime activities
- St Dominic’s Day
- Masses, liturgies and celebrations