We offer a large variety of clubs and special interest groups that students can join. Students may be selected for debating teams, or mentor a younger student through the MATES Program, or they could choose to serve as part of the sound and lighting team. Many of our students decide to attend or lead Bible Study groups during lunchtime in order to spend time discussing the Bible with their peers.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is an enriching program inviting young people from Years 9–12 to participate in a number of activities over a set period of time. We offer Bronze, Silver and Gold programs where students design their own unique program centred on their interests and passions. They develop skills in outdoor education and leadership, and have the opportunity to provide service to both local and overseas communities.
WCCS has a rich history of involvement and success in debating competitions and participates in MISA and HICES competitions. These competitions equip students with experience in both speaking and listening, as well as broadening their horizons through the debate topics and visits to other schools. The School has enjoyed great success in the past and recently teams have won the Churchill Cup Debating Competition.
Senior students who are interested in pursuing a career in Law also have the opportunity to participate in the Inter-School Mock Trial Competition. This is a state-wide competition that is administered by the NSW Law Society. We have a proud tradition of participating in the Mock Trial Competition and have successfully competed at state level on a number of occasions.
The Languages Faculty will also be offering a lunchtime Spanish Club on a fortnightly basis. This club is for interested students to learn more about the Spanish language and the cultures of the many Spanish-speaking nations.