Senior School - Sport

 Sport is a compulsory part of the CVAS school experience. Sport takes place on Friday afternoon from 1.30 – 3.00pm. Students are given a wide variety of choices that are dependent on the time of year and facilities available. The aim of the school is to provide an opportunity for students to participate in and enjoy a range of activities that allows all students to have the opportunity to shine.

Sports offered at CVAS (Dependent on Season)
Athletics Futsal Rugby
Badminton Gym Softball
Basketball Hockey Surfing
Cricket Lawn Bowls Swimming
Equestrian Netball Tennis
Football Rowing Touch Football


CVAS is a member of the North Coast Independent Schools Sports Association (NCIS) which organises sporting carnivals in AFL, Athletics, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Netball, Swimming, Tennis and Touch Football. This allows students to represent their School and also provides an opportunity for further selection in representative teams in the Combined Independent Schools Association at State level.
The School participates in a number of local competitions. Many sports are supported by the local newspaper – The Daily Examiner - which sponsors these competitions and provides publicity for the local Schools and participants.
One of the key sporting competitions held twice a year is the River of Origin. This sees CVAS competing in a range of sports including, Football, Netball, Rugby, Touch Football against our sister school from Ballina, Emmanuel Anglican College.

Our success at State and National level is indicated by the number of CVAS students who have achieved at the highest level of their chosen sport. We have State or National representatives in Athletics, Equestrian, Hockey, Netball, Ten Pin Bowling and Tennis.