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Year 9 and Year 11 Parent / Teacher / Student interviews:  Wednesday 20th June

Sporting Carnivals

All students belong to a designated House and have the opportunity to participate in activities such as the Swimming, Athletics and Cross Country carnivals as well as Ryde Idol, Charity days and Intra-school activities. Ryde Secondary College has a House Program consisting of four Houses:

  • Cressy - Yellow
  • Buffalo - Black
  • Forrest - Green
  • Malvina – Red.

Students are allocated Houses based on the numbers in year 7 each year; hence the cutoff point will vary between sexes and years to ensure equal students in each House. If a new student has a sibling at Ryde Secondary College the younger student will be allocated to a House based on the breakdown. When successful in these College Carnivals, students are selected to compete in Zone, Regional and Combined High School Carnivals.

Tuesday Sport

Year 7 sport is run separately during term 1 and follows a program which involves learning skills, rules, tactics and fair play. Year 7-11 have the opportunity to play both Grade (interschool competition) and recreation sport:

  • Summer Grade: Cricket, Volleyball, Touch Football, European Handball, Softball and Basketball
  • Winter Grade: Soccer, Netball, Rugby Union, Hockey, Basketball, AFL, Volleyball, European Handball
  • Social Sport: Dance, Basketball, Environmental Action, Tennis, Outdoor Sports, Cricket, Ice Skating, Badminton, Squash, Indoor Sports, Social Justice, Swimming.

Details on Ryde Secondary College's Sport Arrangements.

Video of Laura Geitz, Australian Netball Captain, who attended Ryde Secondary College.

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