At Wyong Christian Community School, students are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of sports and physical activities at a house and representative level, individually and in team sports.
WCCS is affiliated with Christian Schools Sports Association (CSSA) as well as with Combined Independent Schools (CIS) Sports Association. These affiliations allow students to compete at a Zone, State and National level in a wide range of individual and team sports against other Christian and Independent schools. We are a member of the Taree, Hunter and Central Coast (THACCCSA) Zone, and compete against other schools in the zone regularly. If successful at a zone level, students can follow pathways where they compete against other Christian and Independent Schools in NSW and if successful, NSW All Schools. If students continue to be highly successful in their chosen sport, they may have the opportunity to represent at a National level.
Above all, students are encouraged to develop and use their gifts in sport to honour Christ, the giver of all gifts, in the way they play with and against others. Students are encouraged to always do their best.
Sports that our students are currently competing in include:
- Cross Country
- Rugby League
CSSA and CIS also provide pathways for individual students to pursue their chosen sports. In the past WCCS students have competed in Gymnastics, Golf, Tennis, Hockey and AFL. There are also many other sports available for students who compete in sport at a representative level.
WCCS also has in-school fun focused lunch time activities where students are encouraged to get involved and participate in physical activity on a regular basis. These activities include:
- Fittest house competition
- Strongest house competition
- Lightning carnivals
- Active challenges
- Soccer world cup
- Inter-house cricket challenge
- Volleyball tournaments
- Street basketball
- Table tennis competition
Sports Leadership Opportunities:
The WCCS Sport Leadership team offers secondary students the opportunity to assist with enhancing student’s experiences of sport. House Captains assist with Sports Carnivals and Gala Days, as well as organising and facilitating house events during lunchtimes. Being a House Captain is a great opportunity for secondary students to develop leadership skills as they have hands on experience with planning, organising, coaching, managing and running various sporting activities.