Southern Hills Christian College will be developing a Club Sport model across a range of teams.
We are seeking expressions of interest from students interested in playing basketball, netball and soccer.
"I am wishing to develop more formally the wide range of sport that is already played in our college," said Mr Nancarrow.
The club-sport model relies on parents and teachers volunteering their time to develop a high-level of competition in selected sports.
"We are currently developing a club-sport team brand. The idea of bringing sport under the banner of 'Southern Spirit' is our current direction."
The programs success is dependent on the willingness and commitment of parents and teachers. Parents do not necessarily need training in the sports. The school structure will allow for training of coaches and oversight of individual teams. It is also a great opportunity for our senior students to be involved in the lives of our younger students as a coach or assistant.
"Later on in the year, we hope to extend the club-sport including our already successful swimming club."
We are looking at developing teams from all year in primary and secondary. Basketball teams would work with their coaches until the next formal season of competition became available. Our Southern Spirit teams would play as part of a wider basketball association.
We are looking at building a soccer club with school teams and playing as part of the West Australian Christian Football Association. The teams would train either at the college or local football fields and play in Ashfield.