Co Curricular

Encouraging children to grow their skills

At South Coast Baptist College, we encourage our students to share their interests, gifts and passions with the College and the wider community.

Co-curricular programs enable our students to enrich the lives of others while developing their interests outside of the classroom. Our students are actively involved in community service, camps, sports and environmental programs. There are also a variety of other co-curricular programs available to students including surf cadets, music, chess, art, computing, gymnastics, football, golf, rugby and the Duke of Edinburgh.

SCBC is the first choice school in Rockingham, Waikiki, Kwinana, Secret Harbour and surrounding areas.

Sports & Carnivals

South Coast Baptist College students are involved in competitions with the Associated & Catholic Colleges of WA (ACC), Catholic Primary Schools Sports Association (CPSSA), School Sports Western Australia (SSWA), and the WA Junior Gymnastics Competition.

Our students are actively engaged in a wide range of sports, including athletics, swimming, cross country, cricket, basketball, volleyball, netball, basketball, football (soccer), AFL, and league tag. We also have school based community sports teams that compete against local government and independent schools through involvement with other clubs and competitions.


Duke of Edinburgh

South Coast Baptist College is proud to announce the introduction of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. Year 10 and 11 students in 2024, are eligible to participate and encouraged to join the pursue this opportunity.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is a highly regarded program for creating ‘future ready citizens’ by developing confidence, teamwork, communication, and perseverance to equip our students for life.

The Award is a leading structured youth development framework, with an aim of empowering young Australians to explore their full potential and achieve personal goals in community service, fitness, skills development and adventure. The program is non-competitive and encourages participants to step outside their comfort zones, develop resilience and gain a sense of achievement. Students self-manage their process through an Online Record Book, where they can set up tailored activities, keep records, upload evidence, and submit assessor reports.

Students who partake in the Award choose and complete a skill, improve their physical wellbeing, volunteer in the community, and go on an adventure. All Participants are supported by a network of trained adult Award Leaders, Assessors, Supervisors, and mentors. The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is comprised of three levels: Bronze, Silver, and Gold, each progressively more challenging. There are four sections to each Award: Physical Recreation, Skills, Voluntary Service, and Adventurous Journey. As well as an additional fifth section for the Gold Award which is the Gold Residential Project.

Through this challenging journey of self-discovery, participants:

  • Achieve an Award recognising individual goal setting and self-improvement through persistence and achievement
  • Are equipped and empowered to achieve their personal best and take responsibility for their goals and choices
  • Become connected to and actively engaged with their immediate community and make a real difference to society through their positive contributions
  • Learn important life skills such as perseverance and resilience
  • Build a comprehensive resume which assists in applications for scholarships, further study and job applications
  • Are accredited as a WACE unit equivalent ‘C’ grade: 1 unit (Bronze), 2 units (Silver) and 4 units (Gold). Students are able to count a maximum of 4-unit equivalents, 2 in Year 11 and 2 in Year 12.

Further Award information can be found on the Duke of Edinburgh website  If you have queries or to register your interest for this exciting new College program please contact our Award Leader, Lara Darch at

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Our gymnastics program is run for students in Year 1 - 6 as part of their sports specialisation, giving every student the opportunity to increase strength flexibility, cardiovascular fitness and help to improve posture, balance, coordination and spatial awareness.

Trampolining is also available as an elective in Highschool as part of the curriculum. We have a range of afterschool Co-curricular Gymnastics and Trampolining options for Kindy through to Highschool students.  Please see details of the programs available on the Specialty Programs, Gymnastics page.

Students can choose to extend their skills after school as well if they wish, with our Gymnastics Co-curricular Programme.


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South Coast Basketball Club

The South Coast Basketball Club has numerous junior and senior teams competing in the Rockingham Basketball Recreation Association each season. This is competition allows for students to develop new skills and progress in any future basketball aspirations through links with the Rockingham Flames in WABL (Western Australian Basketball League).

The winter and summer season runs during terms 2 & 3, and 1 & 4 respectively. Each team has a training session afterschool on the SCBC primary courts. The cost per season is approximately $250 (including uniform hire fee and bond).

Registrations for the 2024 winter season happen during term 1, and term 3 for the 2024 summer season. To register your interest for 2024, please email Please note, teams are dependent on volunteer coaches and team managers. If you have any interest in coaching your child or want to start a new team with students from the SCBC community, please contact us.

Ricky Grace Basketball Clinic

The Grace Basketball Clinic is for Year 2- 6 SCBC students.  The program is developed and coached by Australian Boomers and Perth Wildcats Legend Ricky Grace. Grace Basketball teaches the sport of basketball while focusing on the fundamentals, which can be enjoyed and played for a lifetime. During the 8-week program, participants will learn about basketball, focusing on fun, skill acquisition and how to implement the skills learned into game situations.

The 2024 Grace Basketball Clinics runs in Term 1 and 4 on Thursday mornings from 7.30am – 8.20am. Programs typically happen from week 3 to 10 on the SCBC high school basketball courts. The cost is $140 per term.

To book your place head or for more information, head to or email


We have various community and club opportunities for soccer enthusiasts as listed below. *Please note that our specialist Football Academy is a program run through the school curriculum and is accessed through a successful trial process. Visit our Specialty Programs page for more information.

Community Football Program

The Community Football Program (CFP) is a Kindy to Year 6 program that develops the fundamentals of soccer through games, movement, and fun.

Years 2–6 sessions are held on Mondays from 3:30pm - 4:15pm. Participation costs $85 per term.

Kindy–Year 1 sessions are held on Tuesdays from 3:30pm - 4:00pm. Participation costs $75 per term.

You can register by completing the online registration form below. Registration will open in Week 8 of the prior term.

Term 2 2024 - Open Monday, 18th March 2024

Term 3 2024 - Open Monday, 3rd June 2024

Term 4 2024 - Open Monday, 2nd September 2024

Sessions run for week 2 – 9 of each term. You can register by completing the online registration form below. Registrations open in week 8 of the term prior. For any queries please email


South Coast Soccer Club 

The South Coast Soccer Club has teams for students from Pre-Primary through to Year 12 participating in the Peel Association Soccer League (PJSA).  The PJSA Soccer League promotes inclusiveness, where everyone, male or female gets a fair go, regardless of their ability.

The season runs during term 2 & 3. Each team has a training session after school on the SCBC oval. Matches are played on Saturday mornings (Y1-Y9) or Friday evenings under floodlights (Y10-Y12) at one of three local venues in Singleton, Mandurah or South Yunderup. No games are scheduled or played during school holidays. The cost per season is $120 - $200 depending on the age group (membership & club fee). Kids sport vouchers are accepted plus a $30 South Coast Soccer Club Fee.

Registrations happen during term 1. To register your interest for 2024, please email

Please note, teams are dependent on volunteer coaches and team managers. If you have any interest in coaching your child or want to start a new team with students from the SCBC community, please contact us.