The house system and house competitions build community spirit and help younger students integrate into secondary school life through social interaction and bonding. The house system also allows students to learn the importance of teamwork and to build on leadership skills.
Each house has a housemaster who is the pastoral care teacher for the students in the house. There are also deputy and assistant housemasters who assist in the house as well as senior prefects.
As part of the house system, students take part in inter-house competitions where the houses compete as teams against each other in various events. Points are allocated to each house at the end of every competition as students vie for the enviable position of the winning house at the end of the year.
- Clark House (boarding students)
- Williams House (boarding students)
- Sargood House (boarding students)
- Fitchett House (day students)
- Hall House (day students)
- Hamilton House (day students)
- School House (day students)
- Harington House (female students)
Click here to read the history of the houses.