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House system

Our house system has students split into six houses named after Australian regional towns. These houses group students behind a common colour for supporting our sporting teams.

Find out more about each house and who the house leaders are for the year:

Bathurst house

The blue house derives it's name from the famous city, Bathurst. The city is located near Macquarie River in NSW. It is renowned for it's racing circuit hosting the International Motor Festival.

Bathurst house captains

Kayla Shore and Harrison Poulson

Gundagai house

The green house is named after the small NSW country town of Gundagai. Gundagai is located approximately 380 kilometres to the south-west of Sydney. Gundagai is home to legendary tourist attractions such as The Dog on the Tuckerbox.

Gundagai house captains

Adam Madi and Jasmine Malone

Oberon house

The orange house takes after a beautiful town nestled in the Blue Mountains that stands tall (quite literally, it's 1,113 m above sea level) and proud.

Oberon house captains

Jenna Cross and Lachlan Gibbons

Perisher house

The purple house takes its name from the famous skiing town of Perisher, which is in the Snowy Mountains of NSW. It is the largest ski resort in Australia.

Perisher house captains

Hayley Stephen and Emily Vella

Ravensworth house

The red house is named after a small town not far north of Singleton on the New England Highway.

Ravensworth house captains

Veronica Baillo and Marion Alie

Yallah house

The yellow house takes it's name from Yallah which is located approximately 19 kilometres south of the Wollongong central business district. Yallah is an aboriginal word for which a number of meanings are given: native apple tree, a nearby lagoon or 'go away at once'.

Yallah house captains

Brooke Hansen and Abby Kitto