At Calvary we love our sport and endeavour to deliver developmentally appropriate and rigorous sporting programs, which are part of a healthy and balanced school program.

Calvary Christian College encourages the physical health and development of our students offering Physical Education as a curriculum subject, development programs, an off-site aquatics program for Junior School students, interschool sports for Years 4-12 students, community sport with the Underwood Netball Association, Logan Uniting Church Soccer Club, Brisbane Metropolitan Touch Football Association and many other sports depending on the interest and skill level of our students. Calvary is highly regarded as a successful Futsal school and our Futsal program boasts a significant level of success at all levels of competition, including State and National Championships. Our students are also encouraged to participate in our Interhouse carnivals and a variety of co-curricular sports are offered on and off campus.

Each year many students join sporting teams and attend training, finding fulfilment in seeing the rewards of their hard work, team spirit and extended endurance pay off at the end of each season.

The College also encourages students to achieve their individual sporting potential, offering many opportunities through representative pathways.

The values we uphold at Calvary sport are:
• Winning with humility and losing with dignity
• Fair play and honesty
• Teamwork
• Self-discipline, commitment and persistence
• Fun and enjoyment

Junior School Opportunities


  • Each class received two 30 minute PE lessons per week.
  • A specialised Prep to Year 2 Perceptual Motor Program (PMP) - this program provides students with the necessary physical skill they will require in Prep to Year 3 swimming program.

Swimming program for Prep to Year 3
Every Prep to Year 3 student participates in an intensive swimming program in either Term 3 for Carbrook and Term 4 for Springwood. This consists of five hours of teaching catering for beginners to more moderate abilities.

Interhouse Sports Carnivals

The following sports carnivals take place in the Junior School:

  • Years 4 - 6 Athletics
  • Years 4 - 6 Swimming
  • Cross Country
  • Prep to Year 3 Athletics
  • Prep to Year 3 Swimming
  • Prep Fun Run

Interschool Sport

Block gala days take place at the end of Terms 1 and 3 for cricket, soccer, netball, basketball, touch and softball. Students compete in two five week blocks of gala sport days which consist of a round robin competition.

Two training sessions a week take place in Terms 1 and 3 for Athletics and Cross Country. These training sessions are an integral part of Calvary sport offerings. Additional training for the gala days takes place during the lunch break for interested students.

Representative College Sport

Junior School students who excel at the carnivals and events have the opportunity to participate in District and Christian Schools events in our regions. These include swimming, athletics and cross country events.

Additional College representative sport can be achieved in Futsal, Mission Cup Netball, College/club Netball and soccer through our affiliation with the Logan Uniting Church Soccer Club.

Co-curricular clubs

  • AFL Auskick
  • Gym 4 Kids
  • Netball
  • Creative Dance (formally Ausdance)
  • Touch Football Academy
  • Lunchtime Interhouse Sporting Competitions for Futsal, Basketball and Netball

Middle and Senior School Opportunities


Core Physical Education takes place in Middle and Senior School. Health and PE is offered as an elective subject, while Years Eleven and Twelve students can also study Senior Physical Education as an elected Senior subject.

Interhouse Sports Carnivals

Students support their Houses by competing in Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics, encompassing both Track and Field events, in the Interhouse sports carnivals.

The Houses are Flynn (Yellow), King (Red), Chisholm (Green) and Liddell (Blue).

Team Sports

Calvary's sports teams compete in a variety of sports events across the calendar year. These include:

  • Pacific District Championships for multiple sports
  • Representative trials for multiple sports at District, Regional and State levels
  • Gold Coast Finals - multiple sports
  • Australian Futsal Association Tournaments
  • Brisbane Christian School Competitions in Touch Football, Netball, Basketball and Soccer
  • National Christian School Games (Swimming, Athletics, Basketball, Tennis & Football)
  • Year level competitions in multiple sports including Futsal, Basketball, Touch, Football (Soccer) and Basketball
  • All Schools Touch
  • Queensland Schools Volleyball Cup
  • Australian Schools Karting Championship
  • Queensland All Schools Weightlifting Championship

Interschool Sport

As part of the Pacific District, Calvary competes against other schools in a large number of sports. Successful teams move onto the Gold Coast and Metropolitan Final events.

The College is affiliated with Brisbane Christian Schools which offers further opportunities for students to participate in rugby, soccer, touch football, AFL, tennis and a variety of other sports reflective on student's interests.

Representative College Sport

Numerous opportunities are available to our students to be a part of representative sport at the College. Students trial for places in District teams which provide pathways for the best to be selected at Regional, State and National levels in all Queensland School Sports.

Community Sport

Many of the Calvary students are involved with club Netball, Touch Football, Soccer, Basketball and even Little Athletics.
For more information about the sign on for Underwood Netball Park Association for 2015, click here.

Sporting Facilities

Calvary provides excellent facilities and sporting fields on both campuses which are used by students and the community.
Carbrook campus:

  • Undercover Multi Purpose Area which allows for two basketball courts, two netball courts, a European handball court, four volleyball courts, four tennis courts and houses a small covered grandstand overlooking the oval.
  • Cricket Nets and permanent cricket pitch
  • Sporting fields which caters for two soccer fields, a rugby field and track markings for athletics and hockey.
  • Five fabulous play structures for our Junior School students to climb and play on.

Springwood campus:

  • Prep playground
  • Three playground areas for the Junior School students to climb and play on
  • Fitness Circuit
  • Oval with junior soccer fields
  • Netball court
  • Cricket Nets

Additional Development Programs

  • Queensland Cricket development program
  • Brisbane Roar/Football QLD development program
  • Optional Tennis and Dance training - both campuses
  • Intra-school sports program
  • Net-Set-Go Young Netballers program
  • Weight lifting for Middle and Senior School students 
  • Lunchtime competitions
  • Dance and Gym 

For more information about the Calvary sporting opportunities, please email the Sports Coordinator at