Co-CurricularThe co-curricular program at the school offers a wide variety of opportunities for students to participate in activities beyond the classroom.
It enriches and enhances their learning, fosters the development of the whole person and contributes to the acquisition of additional interpersonal skills.
Co-curricular activities include music, debating, student leadership, camps, excursions and competitions. It is in these areas, as well as the regular classroom programs, that students are challenged to be the best they can possibly be.
Every student at Canterbury Girls' Secondary College has the opportunity to participate in activities provided through the camps program.
The Year 7 Orientation Camp held each year in early February is a mixed activity camp which provides an opportunity for students to make new friends and to get to know their classmates, teachers and co-ordinators.
The Year 8 camp is an outdoor activities camp.
Students in Year 9 have the opportunity to participate in outdoor education camps.
The Ski Camp is an annual activity open to students across a number of year levels.
There are also a number of international tours which support the Language programs. Tours of France, Italy and Japan are a bi-annual feature of the program.