Co-curricular at Clarendon

At Clarendon, learning opportunities aren’t confined to the classroom. Learning in every context drives Clarendon’s co-curricular program and its community-based projects, whether they be local or global.

With co-curricular options available to students from Prep-Year 12, ranging from chess and coding to community service, performing and visual arts, public speaking, sport and physical activity, Clarendon’s co-curricular program is tailored to nurture the unique interests of every student, regardless of their experience level.

Whether they’re a beginner exploring new passions or a student who competes externally, students will engage in activities that promote their holistic development mentally, physically and socially, while working collaboratively with students from varying year levels.

Every aspect of Clarendon’s co-curricular program contributes to the growth and wellbeing of students, ensuring they develop adaptability, confidence and resilience, as well as values of community and teamwork.

In addition to annual outdoor education experiences for students in the Junior and Middle Schools, including the transformative eight-week Year 9 residential program at Yuulong, Senior School students are offered opportunities to travel, work and study overseas. Students in Years 10 and 11 are encouraged to apply for the National Student Leadership Conference program at the University of California, Berkeley, or Georgetown University, Washington. Meanwhile, students studying French are invited to immerse themselves in the culture and language of France through participating in native French language classes and exploring historical landmarks.

In all areas of their school life, students at Clarendon are empowered to explore their interests, embrace new perspectives and maximise their skills, competence and capacities so that, ultimately, they can choose their heart’s desire.

Students hiking at our Yuulong campus