Providing a range of co-curricular opportunities is important to us because we value each child’s individual skills and interests, and we want to give every opportunity for students to grow and further their potential.

Bethany Catholic College Hurstville

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Students who are 14 years and over are offered the opportunity to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Program. This aims to motivate students to become involved in a balanced program of voluntary self-development activities.

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Bethany Catholic College Hurstville Co Curricular Activities

Music

Bethany College offers musical opportunities for students of all ability levels, from beginner to advanced. Students are welcome to join instrumental and vocal ensembles. Bethany College also offers a diverse peripatetic music tuition program;  students may enrol in private lessons on a range of instruments.

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Performing Arts

Our performing arts program provides our students with many opportunities to perform throughout the school year in Liturgical celebrations, assemblies, school events and performing arts showcase evenings.

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Public Speaking

Bethany College has a proud tradition of success in public speaking and debating.

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Bethany Catholic College Hurstville students in social justice program

Social Justice

The college motto challenges us to ‘Act justly, love tenderly and to walk humbly with your God.’ This is exemplified through our range of social justice initiatives. 

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Sport

Bethany College has excellent opportunities for participation and representation in a range of sports. The college sports program runs on Thursday afternoons throughout the year for students in Years 7–10. This is divided into two categories: weekly representative competition and recreational sports activities.

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