In addition to the House and Tutor Group activities, the College provides a significant variety of co-curricular activities and experiences in which our students may become involved.

There are a number co-curricular activities available to students:

A growing number of students are undertaking the Duke of Edinburgh Award, first offered at Werribee Secondary College in 2003.  Students have completed the award to bronze, silver and gold levels.

The College fields a number of inter-school debating teams, which have achieved excellent results in competitions.

Student may receive public speaking training and participate in Rotary Public Speaking Competitions and the Lions Youth of the Year Award.

The College has developed a number of bands, choirs and ensembles which perform at Presentation Evening, at concerts held each term and at special events.  Bands include Jazz, Rock, Big Band and Concert Band.  We produce four major concerts each year and perform at public events throughout Wyndham.  Students aspire to leadership positions within the Music Program.

The College has an active Drama Club which provides opportunities for students to experience all elements of theatrical production.  The program is administered with the support of student Drama Leaders.

Our Year 10 and Year 12 Formals are organised by a committee of students working.

The College organises the annual Valedictory Dinner for graduating Year 12 students.

Students may participate in hosting students from our sister-schools in Singapore, China, Spain and / or Japan.

A Reading Club operates for all students and a special Reading Club is offered to students studying English as an Additional Language.

Students are encouraged to represent the College in a number of interschool sports including Swimming, Athletics, Cross Country, Australian Football, Basketball, Netball, Soccer and Table Tennis.

The College has a Chess Club which attracts a large number of participants at the College and students are able to compete for the College against students from other schools.