Trinity Grammar School provides a comprehensive range of
Co-curricular Activities. Participation is voluntary in the Preparatory
and Junior Schools and in Year 7, though it is compulsory for boys in Years 8 to 12.
The School places a premium on providing opportunities for boys to develop their skills and to feel empowered to pursue a passion.
Co-curricular Activities aim to develop important skills in leadership, communication, performance, creativity, decision-making, co-operation and service.
By participating in Co-curricular Activities that boys value and achieve in, they are able to build their self-confidence and further enhance their connection to the School
- Middle School
- Senior School
Trinity claims diving trophy and two CAS swim records
Oh so close, as swim team pushes Knox all the way Trinity students broke two CAS records as they came within a whisker of reclaiming the CAS swimming championship from arch rival Knox. Hayden Hoang (11Ta) set an individual record in the 17 years 50m backstroke, his time of 27.16s shaving two-hundredths of a second [...]
Weekend sports roundup – CAS Summer Round 10
The summer sports season has finished with no fewer than 11 premiership teams in basketball and six in water polo, led by the undefeated 1sts. Four of Trinity’s basketball teams were undefeated - the 6ths, 7A, 7D and 7I. Also confirmed as Premiers were the 2nds, 3rds, 4ths, 5ths, 6ths, 7ths, and 8ths. The 1sts [...]
Weekend sport roundup – CAS Summer round 9
A match-winning basket with four seconds left on the clock and an unbeaten 147 by a Year 11 cricketer were among highlights of the second last round of the summer sports season. The clutch basketball victory over Waverley College came courtesy of Aveer Shah (10Ar) off a perfect pass from Zack Rice (10Ho). The basketball [...]