The secondary students enjoy the whole gamut of co-curricular activities and are quite spoilt for choice. The range of opportunities allows students to try different experiences within a safe environment and in the company of supportive friends. We encourage students to be participators, to gain skills, extend their personal boundaries and develop confidence in their growing abilities to handle new challenges.
Many secondary students at John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School find that life can be very busy indeed.
The 300 Club builds on the 100 Club available in the Primary section of the School. The 300 Club is
John Septimus Roe students compete in the Champion Schools Competition in various sports, such as boys and girls basketball, cricket,
DIY Science is a club based on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). The work consists of projects that the
All Year 11 students who are going into Year 12 at John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School have the opportunity
John Septimus Roe is a long standing member of the North Western Associated Schools (NWAS) sub-association which falls under the
“Chess is in many ways like life itself.” “It’s all condensed in a playful manner in a game format and
There are three types of a cadets groups offered at John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School, the River Rangers, Bush