Glenunga International High School runs a diverse, comprehensive and inclusive Sports Program. These teams compete in the Southern Zone Secondary Schools Sports Association and the Sports Association For Adelaide Schools (formerly Independent Schools Sport Association) competitions as well as State Knockout [Secondary equivalent of SAPSASA].  The Sports Program at Glenunga International caters for students of all skill levels to encourage maximum participation in a socially non-threatening environment.

The school also enters a large number of carnivals throughout the year. From Triathlon, Athletics, Swimming, Fencing, Football and Soccer to Rugby League, Beach Volleyball and Touch Football.

The regular teams we enter vary from year to year depending on the student’s interest.  All Students at Glenunga International are actively encouraged to become involved in sports as there are many benefits of participating.  These include but are not limited to widening social circles, being part of at team environment along with the obvious health benefits and acquiring new skills which they can take with them into adulthood.  Please see below for more information on the sports offered here at Glenunga International.

Summer Sport

Offered Terms 1 & 4

  • Fencing Training- mixed
  • Volleyball- girls and boys
  • Basketball- girls
  • Badminton- mixed
  • Cricket- boys
  • Tennis- girls and boys

Winter Sport

Offered Terms 2 & 3

  • Fencing Training- mixed
  • Soccer- girls and boys
  • Football (AFL)- grils and boys
  • Hockey- mixed
  • Netball- girls
  • Table Tennis- mixed
  • Basketball- boys

Term 1 Boys Consent Form 2017

Term 1 Girls Consent Form 2017

House Structure

Interhouse Sport at Glenunga International High School involves the houses of Air (white), Earth (green), Fire (red) and Water (blue) competing against each other in a range of whole school competitions.

The purpose:

To develop in all students a sense of belonging and pride with the school by associating with a house team.

The interhouse competitions the school offers are:

  • Sports Day
  • Swimming Carnival
  • Lunchtime Sport competitions: soccer in term 2 and basketball in term 4

The organisation of interhouse sport and student leadership:

  • Student house leaders and captains are elected by the student member of the various houses.
  • Their role is to play a key role in the organisation of the various interhouse competitions.

For further information please contact:

Craig Rainsford
Director of Sports
Phone: +61 8 8379 5629