Co-curricular Activities

Co-curricular Sports & Activities

The College encourages the development of the whole person not just the academic, so we offer numerous opportunites for students to participate in co-curricular sports and activities.


All sports are dependent on student participation numbers and parent volunteers.

The College will endeavour to offer as many co-curricualr sports and activities as possible; however, in order to ensure the viability of the activity we need committed parent volunteers who will assist with the running of each sport and activity. This can include conveners, managers, coaches and other volunteer positions.

Sports Presently Offered

Mercy College is excited to offer AFL for U/15 Girls. Mercy College in conjunction with the Lane Cove Cats aim to field a team in the 2018 Competition. Games will be played on Sunday mornings with home games played at Lane Cove.
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Each year Mercy Catholic College enters teams in the Northern Suburbs Netball Association Competition. The competition is played during the winter months, and fixtures commence at the beginning of April and run through to the end of August. The games are played on Saturdays at Bicentennial Park, adjacent to the Willoughby Leisure Centre.

MCC Netball Registration for 2018 are now open Register today!

Grading sessions available here

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Soccer / Football
Mercy Catholic College enters teams in the well organised North West Sydney Women’s Football competition. The Football season commences in March and continues through to late August / early September.

Mercy Catholic College enters teams in the NSBA competition. Training it throughout the week whilst the competition is held on various week nights during the school term at either Willoughby Leisure Centre or at the NSBA courts at Crows Nest.

Facilitated by Fitness First Swim School, swimming is offered twice a week catering to all levels with qualified coaching at a reasonable cost. Currently Wednesday & Thursday mornings from 7.00 am to 8.15 am at the Fitness First Gym Endeavour Street, Chatswood. Parent convenors provide supervision for students at the gym.

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In 2018 Mercy College will offer 2 types of Dance Groups to students. Both of these Groups are provided by external suppliers and payment is made directly to the teacher. 



This Dance Group is open to Year 7-12 students who are interested in Dance and performing. Students enjoy music and movement, keep fit and healthy with friends and develop performance experience. All ability levels are welcome. All Dance Groups showcase their talents at the College's Annual Creative Arts Showcase held in November each year. Dance is held Monday afternoons in the Flexible Learning Space. 

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Information regarding Registration and Payment can be found here. 

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The Dance performance Ensemble will offer students the opportunity to gain experience at competitions, festivals and various school based events throughout the Year. Participation in the program requires a full year commitment and entry is via audition. Registration and class fees apply.
N.B. Additional costs may be incurred. Information regarding Audition times available here.

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N.B. As with all co-curricular activities and sports places are limited. 



The ‘It is Time to Shine’ program (Enrich, encourage, empower) offers students at Mercy Catholic College the opportunity to participate in:

  • Year 7 Drama 
  • Year 8 Drama  
  • Musical Theatre  
  • Mindfulness, Meditation and Relaxation 

Further information is available on the Creative Arts Club page 

Course details and registration form are available here


For further information on specific sports and activities, registrations or the Code of Conduct please contact Co-Curricular Administrator Mrs Margaret Kellendonk on 9419 2890 or email

We encourage students to priompty register their interest once the activity is opened as places are limited.

All co-curricalar activities are governed by the Colleges Code of Conduct displayed within the registration forms.