Learn about what cocurricular programs we offer


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Cocurricular Program

Performing Arts


Throughout the school year, 91原创 students can develop their artistic potential by being involved in many performances. Students have the opportunity to unpack scripts, to discover text and to learn how to make meaning from script, to follow stage direction, become a character, improvise and create comedy theatre.

This year, 91原创 will be working collaboratively with St Kevin's College to put together the 2023 College musical, Chicago.

Throughout the year, Drama students also have the opportunity to assist in the celebration of religious events through the dramatisation of readings.

The annual performing arts competition, Fiesta sees each House come together and plan, choreograph, rehearse and execute a performance in front of the rest of the school. The full performance from concept to execution is completely student derived.

The Performing Arts and Drama Centre is staffed by a team of teachers whose abilities and skills range across all aspects of theatre, performance, design and technical support.


91原创 is well known for its extensive and highly successful cocurricular music program.

Students are encouraged to become involved in the vibrant musical life of the College by participating in one or more of our concert bands, jazz bands, choirs or string ensembles. Throughout the academic year, these groups perform in College concerts, soirees, workshops and Eucharists.

In addition, the College performs for special events during the year including the Victorian School Music Festival. The annual music camp and interstate music tours are also on offer to all music students.

Private Tuition

The College offers tuition from many specialist instrumental staff, who continue to perform regularly in professional bands and orchestras. Private tuition is available across a wide range of instruments including:

Bass GuitarBassoonCello
ClarinetDouble BassEuphonium
FluteFrench HornGuitar
OboePercussion and Drum KitPiano
Saxophone TromboneTrumpet


Sport at Siena

Sport at 91原创 is an integral component of the cocurricular life at the College.

Students at 91原创 enjoy the use of excellent sporting facilities, including a large gymnasium with a full sized basketball/netball court, adjoining weights/circuit room and an outdoor multi purpose court. Two large ovals within a short walking distance of the College are also utilised.

The 91原创 Sport Program provides students with the opportunity to participate in a wide range of sports. Girls from Years 7 to 12 may choose from a variety of weekly sport competitions, carnivals, tournaments, state and national competitions and skills development programs.

91原创 is a member of (GSV). GSV is one of the largest independent school sporting associations in Victoria. Students also have the opportunity to participate in certain sports through a variety of College based House competitions and carnivals.

The sports program allows for participation in competitive and elite sporting opportunities.

The guiding principles of our student sporting program are to:

  • Promote the benefits of sport and regular physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle
  • Provide a variety of sporting opportunities that both promote participation and also encourage the pursuit of improvement and excellence
  • Develop the virtues of fair play, sportsmanship, friendship and teamwork through sport
  • Acknowledge the sporting talents of our students and attempt to harness, enhance and celebrate these talents
Available Sports

Sports available to 91原创 students are:

  • Aerobics
  • AFL
  • Athletics
  • Athletics Carnival (whole school)
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Cricket (Indoor and Outdoor)
  • Cross Country
  • Diving
  • Hockey
  • Netball
  • Snow Sports
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Triathlon (GSV only)
  • Volleyball
  • Waterpolo

Debating and Public Speaking


Students from Years 9 to 12 compete in teams in the Debating Association of Victoria Schools Competition (DAV). During the DAV season, students participate in weekly training sessions and prepare for debates with their coaches and team during lunchtimes.

As a prelude to the DAV Competition, Year 8 students have the opportunity to participate in the DAV Junior Secondary Program, which is aimed towards students who are new to debating. The program offers a comprehensive and practical introduction to debating, as well as three rounds of practice debates.

There are also many informal opportunities for students across all year levels to participate in debating including House debates, and Staff vs Student debates held during SRC Week.

Public Speaking

The art of public speaking is a vital life skill and participation in this cocurricular activity provides students with the confidence to speak out on a range of important political, social and economic issues of our day. Students are invited to compete in a wide range of public speaking events across the state, including our own Antonio de Montesinos Award for Excellence in Public Speaking, which is offered to all students in Years 7 to 12.