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16 February 2024

2024 marks the fifth year of participation in this great interschool sports program. Here at Thomas Carr College, we pride ourselves on fair play and great sportspersonship. Like our Thomas Carr College mascot the ‘Titan’, our teams display great power and strength and show a ruthless tenacity to be the best they can be. We are sure that this will stand our teams in good stead for a busy year of SACCSS Sport.

So far, all our teams have started well, with Senior Boys Cricket, Senior Girls Netball and Year 10 Premier League kicking off. The teams have started strongly, and we cannot wait to see how the season unfolds. For all results, please visit:

On Monday 12 February our Seniors competed in the SACCSS Senior Futsal Tournament. Congratulations to our Senior Boys team who went back to back, beating Penola Catholic College 5-1 in the Grand Final. Joseph Lettieri (Year 11) was named player of the finals for the second year running.

We wish all of our teams the best of luck for the year ahead.


Luminosity Co-Curricular Colours Program

In 2023, the College rolled out our new Co-Curricular Program known as ‘Luminosity’. This program is aimed to formally recognise the contribution of students to the wonderful and vast array of activities that the College has on offer for students to get involved in.

There are five main categories of:

  • Academics
  • Service
  • Sport
  • Performing Arts
  • Community

Each category will have various clubs/activities associated with them. Students must attend 90% of all clubs/activities in which they partake in to be awarded Luminosity Points. All clubs/activities will have a different allocation of points associated with them due to the nature and length of the activity.

Students who are awarded ten points or more in a category will be awarded a Luminosity badge signifying their commitment to this important area of College life, as well as a certificate. There will also be a special Luminosity badge awarded to any student who achieves ten or more points in each of the five categories.

Students will also gain valuable House points for their participation in these clubs/activities which will go towards the Luminosity Co-Curricular Cup. This cup which is awarded to the House which has earned the most Co-Curricular points over the course of the year.

We are very excited to unveil this program to the Community as we strive to allow all students to shine inside and outside of the classroom.

Margie White
Head of Sports and Co-Curricular