Sports at Forest Hill College

Students have the opportunity to be involved in a large range of sports within the college as well as being able to represent the college in district, zone and state competition. Sports offered include: athletics, swimming, diving, football, soccer, basketball, netball, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, badminton and cross-country.

Each year students have the opportunity to apply to be Sports Captains. Sports Captains work with the Sport Co-ordinator to drive whole College Carnivals and generate enthusiasm for participating in the sport program at the College.

Sport Captains
Later Years ISK0004
Tayla I
Middle Years BRA0012 FER0012
Sophia B James F

Throughout the Year

College Swimming Carnival is a popular event on the college calendar drawing a large field of participants. Events are held in freestyle, butterfly, back-stroke and diving. A large number of students move on to the district sports with successful competitors moving on to zone competition.

The College Athletics Carnival is a whole school activity held at a local professional athletics track and featuring a full round of track and field events. Students who qualify are then able to go on to district, zone and even state finals.

All participants in both Swimming and Athletic Carnivals receive Tribe points for participation and achievement. Students dress in their Tribe colours for both of these events in order to encourage and support their teams.

Throughout the year district round robins are held in most sports at all year levels.

Sports Offered
Term 1 Volleyball, Cricket, Tennis, Softball/Baseball
Term 2 Netball, Soccer, AFL, Badminton
Term 3 Basketball, Hockey, Table Tennis
Training for these teams is held either at lunchtimes or after school. Both staff and students coach these teams.

Sports Facilities

The college has excellent sporting and physical education facilities. The sports complex features two international size basketball courts which can also be set up to accommodate eight volleyball or badminton courts. The sports complex also features large changing rooms and a spacious foyer that can be set up for table tennis and other activities.

The main college sports oval is used for cricket, football, soccer, hockey, and training for athletics field events. The sports oval is also regularly used by physical education classes. We have three new synthetic grass tennis courts. Multi-courts are located at the entrance of the College, students use these courts for a range of sporting activities including: tennis, hockey, netball, soccer, lacrosse and other general activities.

Specialist Sport Programs

The College has a number of specialist sporting programs and Elite Sporting Pathways 

If you would like more information regarding the sport program please contact:

Staff Member Bryan Harper
Role Head of Sport
Phone 9814 9444