COMMUNITY

Community Groups

We have a strong and engaged parent community supporting our thriving co-curricular program.

Community Groups
Community Groups

Our Community Groups are made up of volunteers who support our co-curricular program through a range of events, programs and activities aimed at building community, a sense of belonging and ensuring our students and families feel very supported.

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Carey Community Forum (CCF)

The CCF comprises parent representatives from all sections of the School. Working with the Student Services Department and Community Engagement, the CCF provides information sessions and opportunities for dialogue on issues of child development, education issues, social and emotional wellbeing, parenting and adolescents.

Carey Local and Overseas Student Association (CLOSA)

CLOSA was established to help new international students settle into life at Carey, but the CLOSA Parents group is also very active. Their aim is to help incoming international and interstate parents integrate with the Carey community and create opportunities for them to develop new friendships with other parents.

Carey Theatre Association (CTA)

The CTA supports the production of the Senior School Musical each year.

Friends of Carey Music (FOCM)

FOCM supports music and the performing arts programs and performances at Carey.

Sport support groups and clubs

These clubs support the School sport teams:

  • Carey Boat Club
  • Carey Cricket Club
  • Carey Football Club
  • Carey Hockey Club
  • Carey Netball Club
  • Carey Rugby Club
  • Carey Soccer Club
  • Carey Snowsports
  • Carey Tennis Club

For more information, please contact Community Engagement.

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