As well as offering students one of the most comprehensive senior curriculums in the state, St Marys Senior High School provides many opportunities for our young people to develop skills beyond the classroom.
Among the range of activities offered, some are designed to enhance student learning and consolidate academic achievement, while others enable students to develop the social awareness and communication skills highly valued by employers, scholarship providers and tertiary education institutions.
All of these programs invite students to reach beyond the day-to-day of the classroom and actively participate in developing a vibrant school community. Whether student-run or teacher-organised, all co-curricular learning opportunities enrich and intensify students’ overall school experience. At St Marys Senior High School students can be involved in a number of learning experiences beyond the classroom, including:
Amnesty International school based group
Badanami project, a joint school and WSU venture
Cultural diversity program, working with students in primary schools
Duke of Edinburgh
Entry into academic competitions in maths, science, computing, economics
Entry to visual arts courses at the National Art School
Entry to Bring It On and Sydney West Dance Festival
Exhibitions of art and photography throughout the year
Exhibition team, who curate, design and set up exhibitions
WSU Pathways to Dreaming Program
Representative sporting teams
RSA and RCG training
RACI Titration competition
School-based performances in music, dance and drama
We are privileged to live and work on Darug land. We acknowledge and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future and we extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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