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Vermont Secondary College has a long history of excellence in Sport and we encourage all students to to participate in Inter-School competitions each term.

Team sports offered by term:

Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
  • Cricket (boys and girls)
  • Baseball (boys)
  • Softball (girls)
  • Volleyball
  • Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Aussie Rules Football (boys and girls)
  • Netball (boys and girls)
  • Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Table Tennis
  • Hockey

If teams are successful at Division level they can progress through to Regional and State competitions of which the majority are scheduled during Term 4.

As well as a wide range of team sports, students are encouraged to participate in the VSC House Swimming Carnival (Term 1), VSC House Athletics Carnival (Term 1) and the VSC House Cross Country Competition (Term 2) to gain points towards the yearly House Cup.

From their participation in these events, students can then be selected to represent Vermont Secondary College in the Division teams, and if successful can progress through to Regional and State competitions.

Detailed Sports Results and information for Regional and State Finals for the Year 2016 can be found here.

VSC House Swimming Carnival

On Wednesday 10 February, all VSC students travelled to Monash Aquatic Centre for the annual House Swimming Carnival.
The challenge was on could Hotham or Stirling finally take the House Shield away from the champions of the last 6 years, Macedon?
The day started out beautifully for Stirling, out in the lead during the freestyle events, but unfortunately they dropped away slowly from the front runners, Macedon and Hotham. It was a tight race all the way to the end coming down to the results of the relays.


Congratulations to all students and staff in Hotham House - 2016 House Swimming Champions!

House Cup Points:

Hotham - 891       Macedon - 838       Stirling - 601

VSC House Athletics Carnival

On Friday 10 March, all students and teachers travelled to East Burwood Reserve for our annual House Athletics Carnival! We were extremely lucky with the weather, a beautiful sunny day!

The participation rate this year was sensational with many of our junior field events with over forty students! All students who participated this year are to be commended on this super effort.

As far as the House Cup was concerned the lead shifted numerous times throughout the day, with Hotham, Macedon and Stirling all within around 15 points of each other coming into the relays. With Macedon having a point to prove, they managed to overcome the other houses with their huge participation rates in the relays and the 1500m events to win the day!


House Cup Points:

Hotham - 1332       Macedon - 1419       Stirling - 1360

VSC Cross Country Competition

On Thursday 21 April, around 200 VSC students travelled to Bellbird Dell over the course of the day to compete in the Cross Country Competition. Students ran either a 3km or 5km course (dependant on age group) through Bellbird Dell to gain a place in the VSC Cross Country Team.  The lead shifted many times throughout the day, but Macedon had the numbers in the final event of the day to take out the competition.


House Cup Points:

Hotham - 106       Macedon - 147       Stirling - 125

Our successful Division Cross Country team, who won the Junior, Intermediate, Senior and Overall Shields in the Waverley Division Competition in 2016.

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