Performing Arts

Camberwell High School’s instrumental music program features eleven bands and ensembles. Music is well regarded and valued highly by the school community, and is well recognised in the wider community as an excellent school for music.

Each year the music department runs a busy schedule of events, with groups performing regularly at school and community events, concerts and festivals and participating in intensive rehearsal camps. Senior ensembles undertake local, interstate and international tours, to locations that have included Canada, Europe, and the USA in recent years. These trips provide invaluable performance and travel opportunities for those who are prepared to work hard and earn themselves a place.

Other regular performing arts events at the school include a biennial musical production, and the popular student-led Battle of the Bands, House Home Chorales and Talent Quest.

Sports Co-curricular Program

Camberwell High School provides students with extensive opportunities to participate in Sports. In the Junior School, team selection for Interschool Sport is through the Sport Education program, where students show an aptitude or interest in playing competitively.  In the Senior School, sporting teams are selected based on student interest, training and then team selection.

Whole School Sports Carnivals are held for Swimming and Athletics and students can also compete in school Cross-Country events. Success at school level enables students to then represent their school at higher levels.


 Camps & Tours

Camberwell High School offers many camps and tours designed to build responsibility, team work, initiative, empathy and optimism.

Challenging camps are offered at Years 7-9 and Year 12, beginning with the Orientation Camp for Year 7 students, which gives all new students an opportunity to meet and get to know their new peers.

There are many opportunities for overseas travel through Language studies (France and China), Classics and Art tours, Music tours and the World Challenge Expedition experience.


Lunchtime Activities

As well as sporting activities there are always things happening at Camberwell High School to keep students engaged and interested. Table tennis can be played in the Hub at lunch-time. The Sports Hall is in constant use for sports training. Music students often rehearse informally during lunchtime and the Library is available for board games, reading and private study. Basketballs can be borrowed by Junior school students for lunchtime play and many students enjoy playing handball on the many four square courts located throughout the school.

The school has an active multimedia crew who are continually making films to capture the exciting activities taking place.