RISE – Sporting Development Program
Introducing RISE, St John’s Sporting Development Program, an initiative of St John’s People with Purpose Enterprise. A new talent and identification sporting development program seeking students who excel in any sport to be mentored and developed providing opportunities through representative pathways and within The Associated Schools (TAS) sports competition. Successful students entering the program will be awarded a sports scholarship – conditions apply.
Facilitated by the Sports and Specialised Activities Manager, the program seeks to attract students who are capable of competing in a wide selection of sports on behalf of the College. This program will focus on the early identification and nurturing of young athletes from a variety of backgrounds, providing them with the opportunity to be extended through advance skills development.
Benefits of the RISE Program
Students will be expertly coached by a highly qualified coaching team in a fun and exciting environment in the College’s brand new, state of the art sports centre. With a holistic education approach, successful applicants will have access to the following: Sports Scholarship Opportunities, Personal Mentoring and Goal Setting, Strength and Conditioning Sessions, Nutritional Sessions, Sports Psychology Sessions, Academic Support (where required), College Sports Camps.
St John’s is currently seeking applications from students entering Years 7, 8, 9 or 10 in 2021 who are not currently attending the College. All students applying for this program must participate in a performance testing day on Saturday 7 November 2020.
Testing Day - Application Form
Conditions of the RISE Program
As this is a new program at St John’s there are a limited number of scholarships available for 2021 which are open to new students only. Existing and new families will be able to apply for 2022 scholarships to enter the program – further details will follow.
Contact St John’s RISE Program
Sports and Specialised Activities Manager | Anthony Hillier