Extra-Curricular.

Cultural Exchange

Explore our world! The world is becoming increasingly interconnected, and our biennial international school trips and exchange program enable language students to use their language skills in real life situations. Learning a language broadens student’s horizons in relation to personal, social and employment opportunities in an ever-changing world.

Faith’s international connections extend to Japan, Germany, and the US.

Other opportunities for students to explore and experience life outside Australia is the Habitat for Humanity program where students raise money, and spend time building houses for communities in countries such as the Phillipines and Cambodia.

 

Musicals

Ever really wanted to perform?

All students have the opportunity to audition for Faith’s biennial College production. Up to 150 students are involved as musicians, performers, technicians, set painters, and stage crew – culminating in 6 performances over 2 weeks.

Past productions have included:

–          West Side Story

–          Peter Pan – A New Musical

–          Oliver

–          Aladdin Junior

–          The King & I

A number of lead performers have gone on the build a career on the stage.

In 2016, Faith is proud to present… Seussical

 

Pedal Prix

Sign up to Faith’s Pedal Prix team and experience the excitement of racing Faith’s own human powered vehicle “Uber Schnell”. Compete against teams from across Australia in 4 different events throughout the year. It’s fun, it’s exciting, and provides an opportunity to develop a variety of skills beyond the classroom related to designing, planning, and constructing including:

  • Innovation: lateral thinking, entrepreneurial thinking, creativity in engineering.

  • Risk taking: design, planning and problem solving, entrepreneurial skills.

  • Collaborative learning: team skills, communication, co-operation and working with industries.

  • Confidence: taking on challenges, undertaking a task that requires perseverance and commitment, but is achievable.

  • Lifestyle: developing healthy habits and personal fitness

 

Duke of Edinburgh

Build lifelong connections and skills through this challenging journey of self discovery. Students from the age of 14 have the opportunity to nominate for this award, which is a leading structured youth development program. The four sections of the award include: physical recreation, skill, service and adventurous journey. Find out more by visiting the Duke of Edinburgh website.

Our Vision

To develop creative, responsible, inspired individuals prepared for the challenges and rewards of their world.