All Saints' College is a community where the creative, unique and individual talents of every student are greatly appreciated, embraced and encouraged. All Saints' College is very proud to offer a range of performance, drama, dance, music and visual arts extra-curricular activities for students to support their development and growth.
ASPIRE is a diocesan program of excellence for students in the performing arts arena. Students audition in November each year for a place in the vocal ensemble, instrumental ensemble, drama ensemble and dance ensemble. Those who are selected attend weekly rehearsals in Semester 1 to prepare for a showcase in August each year.
DioSounds is an annual event held at the Civic Theatre each year. It showcases the talents of the students and programs on offer at schools throughout the diocese. Each year, approximately 50 students from the St Peter's performing arts program and 46 students from the St Mary’s performing arts program are selected to perform in the showcase.
Each year, All Saints' College alternates between putting on a school musical and a school play. Students who audition for the musical/play are advised that they are undertaking a major commitment of their time. In 2016, students slicked back their hair for the musical production, 'Grease'.
St Peter's has a range of ensembles that rehearse weekly during lunch times. These include an all-male choir, a mixed choir and band.
Each year, each campus holds an evening where students have the opportunity to shine through their performances. All students are invited to participate in the aptly named 'St Peter's Performs'. Students audition in order to perform on the evening. Items include rock bands, gymnastics, contemporary dances, drama skits, fashion parades, aerobic performances and music film clips produced by students.
The St Peter's Annual Art Exhibition allows children to exhibit their works in a professional showcase. Run over a week, the exhibition has an official opening by a renowned artist and a range of prizes are awarded to students including the Popular People's Choice Award.
Sporting pursuits play a fundamental role in producing balanced well-rounded young men and women. Such pursuits teach students to appreciate hard work and training, commitment to a team, sportsmanship and dedication to fair play. All Saints' College has a strong history of sporting excellence. Former students who have gone on to excel in this area include Matthew Johns (Rugby League), Dave Power (Athletics) and Andrew Johnston (Soccer).
Students compete in a range of individual and team sports including, Athletics, Basketball, Football (Soccer), Rugby League, Rugby Union, Touch Football, Australian Rules, Hockey, Netball, Cross Country, Swimming and Archery. The pathway for students wishing to compete at a higher level is School, Diocesan, NSWCCC, NSW All Schools and then National selection.
Students at St Peter's compete in the Diocesan Debating competition, a pathway to the NSW Catholic Schools Debating Championships. In recent years, the school has proudly won both a NSW Debating title and a NSW Country title.