Extra-curricular activities can teach students the positives of being part of a team, sharing their sense of fun with others, and keeping mentally and physically active. Most extra-curricular activities will incur an additional cost to parents.
St William's School competes in both the North-West District and Zone 4 Catholic Schools competitions which provide opportunities for students to represent the school in a variety of sports. Throughout the year, there are opportunities for students to participate in after school sporting programs such as AFL Auskick, Soccer, Cricket and Tennis.
Chess is an activity that strengthens problem-solving skills; enhances memory and concentration; fosters critical, creative and original thinking; teaches logical and sequential thinking; and demonstrates the importance of decision-making and consequences.
The Instrumental Program runs during school time with lessons given once a week during school hours, by visiting Specialist Music Teachers. With instruments such as keyboard, violin, guitar, flute and other instruments, keen students are very likely to find something that suits them.
Further to our classroom music program, there are opportunities for students in the upper year levels to extend their singing technique and enjoyment through the avenues of St William's Choir.