Senior School co-curricular

Redlands College provides students with the opportunity to choose from, and participate in a wide range of co-curricular programs. We have found that students who are involved in co-curricular activities, who seek to learn new skills and values, tend to develop a positive outlook and social balance as well as achieve well academically.

Some of the major areas of co-curricular activity available in Senior School include Performance Music, sport, musicals or plays, debating and The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

Shakefest, Volleyball, Chamber Singers

Opportunities to extend

Performance Music

Students may choose from the extensive range of Performance Music Ensembles on offer in Senior School, which includes choirs, string ensembles and bands. Instrumental and Vocal Tuition on offer at the College includes the following:

  • Bassoon 
  • Clarinet 
  • Double Bass
  • Drum Kit
  • Euphonium
  • Flute/Piccolo 
  • Guitar
  • Horn
  • Keyboard
  • Oboe
  • Piano
  • Saxophone 
  • Theory
  • Trombone
  • Trumpet 
  • Tuba 
  • Tuned & Non-tuned percussion 
  • Viola
  • Violin
  • Violoncello
  • Vocal 

Lessons with the specialist tutors are conducted at the College in purpose-built studios during normal class hours. Tuition fees apply.


Co-curricular sport opportunities are available to students of the Senior School after school hours during the week. Students are regularly involved in extra curricular athletics, gym, netball, running and volleyball. 

Other Activities

Redlands College Senior School also offers opportunities for students to participate in a variety of activities, such as RIZN (student led Christian worship group), The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Student Prayer/Bible Study Groups, Musicals and Plays, Debating and College Magazine.