Life is full of challenges that can sometimes feel overwhelming. It's especially true for college student athletes who are often juggling multiple responsibilities. From attending classes, completing projects, working part-time jobs, maintaining social connections and taking care of their mental and … [Read more...] about Resilience For The Long Run
Junior Matildas Squad Call Up
It's another major milestone for Central Coast Sports College with Ava Carlson having been announced as a member of the Junior Matildas squad. Entering the College in 2021, Ava has progressed rapidly through the football ranks, competing in elite inter-school competition games and working … [Read more...] about Junior Matildas Squad Call Up
History In The Making
In the girls grand final a red-hot Central Coast Sports College will be determined to upset the four-year reign of Bill Turner Trophy heavyweights Westfields Sports High. For the Central Coast, it’s their first time in the final four. “We’re super proud of the improvements we’ve made over such a … [Read more...] about History In The Making
Physiotherapist on site at CCSC
Kevin Mantrell from United Physio provides preventative assessments, injury assessments and general physical improvement for our student athletes. Kevin is a highly experienced Physiotherapist with a successful practice at Terrigal. In addition to his day to day practice commitments, he is also the … [Read more...] about Physiotherapist on site at CCSC
New Sports Launching
New sports are on the horizon! Basketball and Dance will become part of our Academy programs. If you are a representative level student athlete in these sports, then we want you at CCSC. You can apply to trial by heading to our website to complete your qualifying application form. … [Read more...] about New Sports Launching
Life philosophy: Have less, be more!
Tanya Brown is our new Head of Multi-sport whose experience in all things education is an inspiration in itself. Working as a primary teacher at North East Public School of Distance Education in Port Macquarie and Hay, her role was to provide education to students who lived either too far to … [Read more...] about Life philosophy: Have less, be more!
The Ups and Downs of Home Schooling
I never thought I’d see the day that I would be at home teaching my own children! Even as a teacher myself, I thought it would be a hard gig. It is definitely easier to teach other people’s children than your own. Right now we find ourselves in this very unusual and unprecedented period, where we … [Read more...] about The Ups and Downs of Home Schooling
What about homework ?
CCSC's policy of no homework recently featured on the ABC 7.30 Report. You can read more about the reasons here as Paul Chapman explains his views. After working in the education sector for many years and completing a lot of research, it is my belief that the case against homework is compelling … [Read more...] about What about homework ?
Elite coach joins CCSC Netball Program
Central Coast Sports College is pleased to welcome on board Jen Wright. Bringing with her a wealth of experience Jen joins our netball coaching staff. An elite accredited netball coach and PDHPE teacher, she has extensive experience in pre elite and elite youth development and comments; “I am really … [Read more...] about Elite coach joins CCSC Netball Program
Central Coast Sports College appoints new Head of Football
Central Coast Sport College is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Cooper, former Newcastle Jets Academy Technical Director and current National Under 15’s Joeys Assistant Coach as CCSC’s new Head of Football. Cooper, a qualified teacher, played professionally and semi-professionally … [Read more...] about Central Coast Sports College appoints new Head of Football