Our Clubs

Our School Clubs


AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience) is a mentoring bridge between our students and university. UOW students deliver free tutoring to our Indigenous students.

Animal Ambassadors Club

The animal ambassadors club is a group for all students at Corpus Christi who are passionate about helping animals. The club aims to promote and raise awareness to show kindness and justice to all animals and raise money towards the end of animal cruelty.


Open to all years with students performing at school showcases, liturgies and community events.

Coding & Robotics Club

Students get together in small teams and write code to control and interact with robots and create various digital solutions.

Corpus Cafe

Senior Hospitality students operate a cafe before school and at recess. This gives students the opportunity to gain industry-related experience in the running and service of a cafe.

Corpus Christi Network

The CCN group produces a regular school news program and covers live school events. Students have the opportunity to experience the roles undertaken in broadcast media.

Corpus Crew Youth Group

Students come together in a relaxed environment to learn about their faith, discuss and share their experiences of worship, and ask questions about their relationship to Christ and the community.

Corpus Lego Club

Students gather at lunchtimes to design and create Lego Mindstorm robotic solutions to everyday problems.

Dance Ensembles

Students have the opportunity to be part of a wide range of dance groups including Contemporary and Hip Hop, with performance opportunities to participate in eisteddfods and community events.

Duke of Edinburgh

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is available for students from Years 9 - 12. The program encourages students to challenge themselves in the following areas: Skill, Volunteering, Physical Recreation and Adventurous Journey.

Entertainment Crew

Students have the opportunity to organise and coordinate performance events, learning sound, lighting and staging skills required in the entertainment industry.

Girls Fitness

The Girls’ Fitness Club aims to foster active participation in regular physical activity, while promoting a healthy body image and developing self-esteem among our female students.

Jazz Band

Jazz band is open to all students who wish to be part of a dynamic performance group. We run a Junior (beginner) band and a Senior (advanced) band.

Laudato Si

The Laudato Si Group was founded to respond to Pope Francis’ call for ecological justice. This group raises awareness, leads the school’s recycling program and manages the school garden.


Students from 7 - 12 meet three times a year for live music, games, worship and a guest speaker who inspires young people to believe in their purpose and actions as servant leaders. Once a year, students from 9 - 12 gather with schools across the Diocese for a youth festival celebrating our faith in Christ, and strengthening their commitment to each other.

Premiers Reading Challenge

The challenge aims to encourage a love of reading for leisure and pleasure in students, and to enable them to experience quality literature.

Production Crew

We run very successful school musical productions on a biennial basis for students in years 7-12. Students with interest in any of the arts areas, both on-stage and backstage, are encouraged to participate.

Public Speaking and Debating Club

This club meets weekly to develop academic argument skills and confidence when speaking in front of a group of peers. Students participate in competition events against other schools in our Diocese.

Reading Club

The Reading Club meets regularly in the LRC at lunch time and is open to all students. Students discuss the book they are reading, share their views and participate in activities.

Social Justice Club

Students raise awareness on a range of Social Justice issues and support initiatives such as The St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal and organisations such as Caritas.


The Student Representative Council (SRC) provides a voice for all students. It is the link between students, the student leadership team and the school leadership team. The SRC initiates a range of ideas and proposals, inspired by the students, with the goal of improving the school environment or contributing to the greater community.


The MakerSpace is open daily at lunchtime for those who wish to explore and investigate STEM-based solutions. Students have access to 3D printers and a Laser Cutter.

Tournament of the Minds

The tournament is a problem solving program that encourages teams of students to work collaboratively within a challenging and competitive environment.

Vocal Ensemble

The vocal ensemble comprises of a small group of students that perform acapella and other selected music.

Contact Details


Dharawal Country

100 Industrial Road
Oak Flats
NSW 2529

Ph: (02) 4230 3300

Email:   info@ccchsdow.catholic.edu.au

Hours: Monday to Friday 8am – 4pm