The community involvement program requires students in Years 11 and 12 to complete a total of 30 hours of community service. This is usually completed as 20 hours in Year 11 and 10 hours in Year 12. Community Involvement activities are to be completed in a student’s own time, often on Friday afternoons during the Years 7 – 10 sports time. The Program is overseen by the Pastoral Care coordinator with the assistance of Years 11 and 12 Coordinators, who approve appropriate community involvement initiatives and oversee the log books of students. Community Involvement Certificates are presented to students as a means of acknowledging their contribution to the local community.

Relay for Life has been a part of the College’s life for more than a decade and has become a part of our Pastoral Community Involvement Program. Relay For Life offers the Shire community the chance to get together and have some fun, while at the same time raising awareness and much-needed funds for Cancer Council NSW.
Relay For Life is an emotionally charged, 24-hour team fundraising event which takes place around Don Lucas Reserve, Cronulla. Our team of students from both Years 11 and 12 are joined by friends, family and teachers on their quest to remember and support those living with cancer and to honour those lost to the disease.