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Extra Curricular Sports at Wahroonga Adventist School

Over the course of Term 1, students have attended running training on Friday mornings. The group has seen 40 to 50 participants every week, completing four to five kilometres, in the bush and along the Fox Valley Road paths.

It has been great to see the fitness and speed of the students increasing each session in preparation for the upcoming Cross Country. Thanks as always to committed parent volunteers for providing breakfast after the run! Running training will continue in Term 2.

The WAS mountain bike rides were impacted by the wet weather, however, the school did manage to sneak one ride in for Term 1. More than 50 riders, students and parents from Wahroonga descended upon the “H20″ mountain bike trail at Westleigh. The experienced riders completed a full lap of the trail, while beginner riders completed skills, drills and laps of the green-rated trails. The ride finished with an informal handicapped time trial race where students tried to chase down their friends on a lap of the green trail. More mountain bike rides are scheduled for Term 2.


The Wahroonga Basketball training group have been working hard every Monday afternoon. The junior and beginner sessions have come a long way in developing their skills. The senior session has focused primarily on training for the Tuesday afternoon representative basketball competition, and the senior boys’ and girls’ teams are developing into a highly talented group.

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Religion Christian
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
02 9487******* 02 9487 2100
Address 181 Fox Valley Road, Wahroonga NSW 2076
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