Port High Schools Offer Choices For Sport

Ella Curtis with Kacey Rae and Jack Knowles.
Ella Curtis with Kacey Rae and Jack Knowles.


IN Port Stephens High Schools students get a plethora of choice when it comes to sport.

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On top of the traditional swimming, soccer, hockey and football there are a wide range of choices.

Sport is a way to exercise both the mind and the body and maintain fitness.

Participation in sports that are enjoyable sees greater engagement for students in the school sports programs.

At both Irrawang High School and Tomaree High School students can grab a fishing rod and reel and spend their sports time potentially catching dinner.

In Nelson Bay the students fish the break wall where they stand a chance of catching luderick, and bream.

Around Raymond Terrace, the students fishing for sport can catch species like flathead and bream.

At Irrawang High School when planning the year’s sporting activities, sports staff try to keep as many activities as local as possible to support and engage with their local community.

Lue Fagan of Irrawang High School told News Of The Area, “Students are always encouraged to provide ideas to staff about potential new sports they would be interested in.”

Students can currently choose from a range of competitive and non-competitive sports including Ten Pin Bowling, visiting the PCYC, CrossFit Deck, tennis, lawn bowls, Oztag, basketball, football, fishing, golf, and swimming.



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