Weekly Physical Education (PE) classes are an integral part of the Junior and Middle school curriculums and from Grade 3 onwards, students compete in House sport carnivals for swimming, athletics, cross country and a Summer/Winter sport program.
Middle School and Year 9 students also participate in structured House sporting competitions. The weekly competitions enable students to be involved in a competitive environment as well as mix and team build with their peers at a House level.
Students represent their respective Houses of Hilton, Braeside, and Pentland and Braeside accumulating points that ultimately go towards the awarding of the Principals Shield at the end of the school year.
Students in grades 3 to 6 take part in local interschool competitions under the umbrella of the Bacchus Marsh Primary Schools Sports Association (BMPSSA). BMPSSA is the gateway to district to state level competition.
Sports include netball, AFL football, soccer, hockey, Newcombe in Winter and basketball, tennis, cricket, tee-ball and rounders in Summer.
Middle and Senior school students have the opportunity to compete within the Independent Co-educational Country Schools Association (ICCES) framework. Our athletes represent Bacchus Marsh Grammar in major sporting carnivals for athletics, swimming and cross country.
Not only does this mean our students can participate in a high-level competitive environment but the range is extensive and includes badminton, table tennis, basketball, netball, soccer, hockey, cricket, softball, volleyball, tennis, AFL football and golf.
The Bacchus Marsh Grammar School Elite Sports Program is for students in years 9 and 10. The program utilises information across all disciplines of sports conditioning and science to aid athletes in developing and or consolidating individual conditioning and recovery programs.