The College offers a range of co-curricular activities for students to become involved in. We encourage students to sign up and become involved in College life to enrich their experiences.
Click here for a full list of Co-Curricula activities.
Each year a College Public Speaking contest is held and students have the opportunity to enter "Youth Speaks for Australia" and "Rostrum" public speaking competitions. Students are notified through the Daily Notices.
St Saviour's College has made a significant contribution to Darling Downs Region Debating, a part of the QDU (Queensland Debating Union) over many years. The College staff provides the support needed to maintain the high levels of involvement by students from Years 7 to 12. The Debating season begins in Term One on a Wednesday evening. Each year level is allocated a particular school that they debate at for the season. Debates are scheduled for a 7.00pm start or an 8.15pm start. A schedule for the season is given at the first debating meeting.
St Saviour’s College Interact Club is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Toowoomba East. Their Youth Director or another member/s attend/s our monthly meetings at the College. The Interact Club has the same objectives as Rotary. The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the idea of service. The Club usually meet one Friday a month. All general members are required to attend all full meetings and to participate in many of the events as a service to others. Interact organise events such as: Girls’ Night In, The Great Debate, between our students and the Rotarians, Trivia nights and other service activities.
Student Representative Council (SRC):
The Student Representative Council are a very active committee in the College. The SRC is comprised of a President and four representatives from each year level from Year 7 to Year 11. The Year 12 cohort will be represented by the four House Captains.
The SRC organise many lunchtime activities as well as the SSC Socials with St. Mary’s College. Some of the activities include: Clean up Australia day, Melbourne Cup horse races, lunchtime ball game activities, world teachers’ day cakes and morning tea for the staff.
Social Justice Ministry Committee:
The Social Justice Ministry Committee are a group of volunteers who join at the beginning of each year to become involved in outreach projects at the College. The committee meet each Thursday and organise activities such as: blankets for the St Vincent de Paul organisation, the College Living Crib, Project Compassion help ROSIES and raise funds during Homelessness week. The committee are also responsible for preparing the College Mass and Liturgies.