Students meet to share their love of the visual arts. In a relaxed environment, students have fun learning about a range of art forms by engaging in a variety of stimulating art activities.
Like minded students discuss what they love most in the Learning Commons: books! All students are welcome to come along and be involved in general discussions with no set books or required reading.
In Years 7 – 9, a chess coach from Melbourne University Chess Club runs regular sessions with members, along with other coaches who lead Masterclasses to prepare members for Interschool Chess Tournaments throughout the year.
As part of the Junior School Chess Club, coaches from Dark Horse Chess run sessions for students. These sessions are tailored to the students’ ability levels, and help each student be the best chess player they can be. Junior School Chess Form Term 2 2021
Along with the Senior School Chess Club, the Junior School Chess Club members attend Chess Australia Interschool Tournaments, to compete with students from other schools in a round of chess matches.
Sometimes known as Evergreen Korowa, the Environment Group is an assembly of students from all year levels oriented towards an enthusiasm for our natural environment. Throughout the year, they meet to discuss and implement ways to promote environmental sustainability, sometimes they just like to leave a space open for discussion and the sharing of ideas.
Prism is a discussion group for students from Years 7 to 12 who come together to build connections with their peers, and discuss ideas and issues associated with sexual identity and gender identity.
Throughout the year, the STEAM Team run a number of fun lunchtime activities in the STEAM Lab for Senior School students and in the Junior Learning Commons for our primary aged students to give them the chance to explore different technologies and their applications. Students often discover they have a real passion for all things STEAM and select from a number of elective STEAM classes or continue this interest through one of our co-curricular QUEST programs.
Aspiring writers from Years 7 to 12 come together to have fun while developing their skills through writing games, writing collaborative magnet poetry, learning how to edit stories, and much more. Students of any writing level are welcome to join.