Sport is an important part of college life.

All students at St James Lutheran College enjoy an active sport curriculum and have many opportunities to participate in inter-house and inter-school competitions, in addition to representing the school at district, region, state and country levels if successful.

St James has an annual carnival program that includes:

  • Athletics
  • Swimming
  • Cross Country

Following these events, students may be selected to participate further at local, district and state levels also.

St James students experience a variety of physical activities throughout their Health and Physical Education lessons, including: Basketball, Netball, Tennis, OzTag, Cricket, Swimming, Athletics, Archery, Lifesaving, Soccer, Canoeing, Indigenous Games, Hockey, Gaelic Football, Beach Volleyball, Touch and Ultimate Frisbee.

Students at St James Lutheran College also enjoy a vigorous House competition.  Our three Houses are named after local waterways on Fraser Island: Eli, Wabby and McKenzie. These Houses regularly compete for the sporting achievement awards and the spirit awards for the annual House Shields.

As the college expands, involvement in weekend sport will be increased according to need and availability.  St James Lutheran College currently have representative clubs in the local Netball, Basketball and Football (Soccer) Associations.  

Student in the Secondary School are also able to compete in a variety of external sport and recreational opportunities, including, but not limited to:

  • Netball: Club level, QISSN, Inter-school Comp teams
  • Oztag Competitions: All Schools State Cup, Fraser Coast Comps
  • Mountain Bike Club 
  • Fitness Club
  • Kokoda Challenge Teams