The co-curricular program plays an integral role in the College’s holistic approach to boys’ education. Boys are encouraged to be involved across the board in both cultural and sporting programs. These two areas of the College’s co-curricular program work together to enable the boys to balance their commitments.
The College participates in the Great Public Schools’ (GPS) programs and offers students the opportunity to participate in a range of cultural and sporting co-curricular activities. The coordination of these activities is the responsibility of the College Directors of Culture and Sport.
Director of Culture – Mr Matt Cocking
Opportunities to perform and/or represent the College can take place locally, nationally and internationally which include competitions, tours and representation in GPS, Queensland Debating Union competitions, and state and national honours programs. Cultural activities include: Chess, Debating, Live Production Services, Mooting, Music (ensembles and lessons), Musicals, Public Speaking, Speech and Drama, Theatresports and large College events, such as Celebration of Excellence and House Choir.
For more information about the cultural opportunities, including details about time commitments, please read our cultural prospectus below. For any enquiries about the cultural activities outlined in this prospectus please email email@example.com.
Director of Sport - Mr Tony McGahan
The sporting program plays an important role in the College’s holistic approach to education. Programs cater for the talented athlete striving for excellence at Regional, State and National level, to the student who wants to compete on a Saturday and/or those students who wish to participate and run around with their school friends.
Terrace competes in the GPS competition from Year 5 through to Year 12 (Rowing is available from Year 7 onwards) with the sporting program being based at the College's playing fields at Tennyson and additional venues/facilities.
Term 1 2023 Sport Sign On
Registration for Sport is submitted via the College Parent Lounge. The login details will be sent to you in early January 2023. Term 1 Sport sign on will be available to you then.
Term 4 2022 and Dec/Jan holiday Clinics and Camps
Various clinics and camps are available prior to school commencing. Registration for these events will be available via the College Events page during Term 4.
Incoming Year 5 2023 families are invited to participate in Term 4 Cricket as part of a 'Terrace' club. Please register your interest via the form below for your son to play Term 4 Club Cricket.
Beginning of the Baggy Black Program - Cricket Orientation Program
Year 5 and Year 7 2023 registration is available here.
The 2022/23 Terrace Cricket Holiday Clinics are now available for registration here.
The squad assessment day for new enrolments will be held on Friday 14 October. This will take place at the Terrace Pool at 4pm, and coincides with the Swimming Season Launch at Duhig Place from 4.45pm. Please register here.
Year 5 and Year 7 2023 Volleyball Trials will be held on Saturday 29 October and Saturday 5 November. Please register here.
For any Terrace Sport enquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.