Co-curricular activities allow students to develop into well-rounded and multi-skilled individuals. They provide opportunities for students to try new things and to be challenged in a range of new areas.  Co-curricular activities can also develop social skills by encouraging students to interact with one another.  Research shows that co-curricular activities increase self-esteem in individuals.

At Hills College and in Secondary, our activities are developing. Currently we have students involved with our upcoming Drama Production which will be presented to the community on August 27th and 28th this year. Students from Year 5 through to Year 12 are involved with this production; ‘Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit’. Rehearsals in Term 1 are on Mondays 3:30-5pm. We look forward with great anticipation to this upcoming Hills College Production.

Our Volleyball programme has commenced at Hills College on our new multi-purpose courts which were built by the College with assistance from our wonderful Parents and Friends Committee.

Students have been supported with a course they commenced in 2020, and this year they are continuing to improve specialised skills, game fitness, coordination and knowledge.

Secondary Volleyball training will occur every Monday afternoon 3:30pm – 5:00pm. All students are able to attend. We look forward to building greater capacity and interest with this sporting opportunity.