Monday - Year 7
Tuesday - Year 8
Wednesday - Year 9
Thursday - Year 10
(recess - lunch)
Sports Co-ordinator: Mr Olchoway
All students in Years 7-10 engage in a weekly sport activity. For Years 11 and 12, sport is optional, although students must provide evidence of a regular exercise program.
Mosman High School offers a variety of sports, catering for a wide range of interest and ability. Some are only offered in summer, others only in winter. Students have the opportunity to represent the school in a range of knock-out sports as well as participate in sports and recreation activities including learn to surf, sailing, weight training/gym and rock climbing.
Our Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 students participate in an individual program that is specific for each year and changes each term. They are involved in a range of sports and activities over the course of the year. Students are introduced to surfing, frisbee, netball, touch football and soccer. In addition, swimming, athletics and cross country carnivals are held throughout the year. Students compete in their House groups for the coveted title of 'House Champions' and all year groups are encouraged to compete to achieve personal bests and possibly represent Mosman at zone, regional and state carnivals.
The following sports are woven into the individual Year Groups programs.
All Year 7 participate in Learn to Surf in Term 1, which has a first aid component.
Year 11 and 12 have optional sport provided they have evidence of an out of school fitness and exercise program.
Each year Mosman High enters a number of teams into various State Knockout competitions. In 2017 teams will be entered into:
Parents, remind your keen sports students to pay attention to daily roll call throughout the year, where information on which sports are trialling, and how and where to trial, will be given.
Mosman High is very proud of its annual sports assembly in November, where high achieving athletes are rewarded for their efforts. Recent guest speakers include in 2016, Bryanne Crabb, world ranked tennis player, Rene Farrell, current Australian women's cricket fast bowler in 2015, Phil Kearns, past Australian Rugby Union captain, Diana Dent, Australian Dragon Boat coach in 2013, past Sydney Kings Basketball player Luke Cooper in 2012, past Australian Netball Captain Anne Sargeant in 2011 and Paul Roos in 2010. Phil indicated that the school's motto "Only effort earns success" has so much meaning in sport. Mosman High strongly encourages all our students to choose an area of sporting interest and aim for personal best at either an individual or team level.
This is an active committee that encourages the expansion of school sport. Our mission statement is to support, promote and encourage a vibrant Sports culture at MHS. We encourage other parents to join us. We meet on the second Thursday of each month at 7:30pm in the School Foyer (unless another school event is scheduled for that evening).
Chairperson: Hayden Mackellar
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
See also: Extracurricular/Outside School Sport