Our college has a long sporting tradition.  We are committed to offering all our students opportunities to participate in a range of individual and team sports, at both a competitive and non-competitive level.

We have first class facilities for physical education and allied sports with a gymnasium, fitness centre, turfed tennis and netball courts, a squash court and use of Steele Park.

A considerable number of our teaching staff are actively involved in our sport programme either as teacher in charge of a specific sport or as coaches and managers of our sports teams. The level of commitment from staff shows students that the college cares about their involvement in sport and encourages them to get involved.

Coaches and managers of our sports teams are also often parents, senior students or members of our wider community. The college believes it is important to have an appropriate adult involved with each sport team. We also link with Sport Waikato and various sport associations.

Annual college sports days are held for swimming, athletics and cross country and all students are encouraged to participate in these days at an appropriate level. During these days, the students also represent their House Team. The competition is both fun as well as serious for those who are intending to represent the college at Waikato and national competitions in these sports.

Sport exchanges with our fellow Catholic colleges from around New Zealand are highlights of the sporting calendar. Mission Cup and Te Toa are annual competitions that generations of our netball and hockey students have competed in.