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School Sport Sunshine Coast was established originally as Sunshine Coast Region School Sport Board to provide quality representative sporting pathways and programs to 10-12 year old and 13-19 year old students within the representative school sport program. 

Geographically, the Sunshine Coast representative school sport region extends from Redcliffe to Noosa and west to Kilcoy.  

The regional colours are purple, orange/gold and grey.

What is it?

The representative school sport program (the program) is an initiative of the Department of Education (DoE).

It exists to provide students who show aptitude and talent in sport with opportunities to compete in representative level events and competitions.  The program provides the possibility of participants being able to progress through different tiers of representative competion (district, region, state) and can lead to students representing Australia in some international school sporting competitions.

What does it do for participating students?

As well as students having the opportunity to represent their school, district, region and state in more elite representative sporting competitions, the program provides personal growth opportunities.  It can extend student involvement and engagement and promote character development and teamwork.  Participants experience sport at a more elite level of play and the program provides these opportunities in a safe, supported, relaxed and yet competitive environment with other similarly aged and skilled students. 

Who can be involved in the program?

Only students attending affiliated schools can be involved in the program.  All state schools and most private and independent schools are affiliated in the program.

A full list of affiliated school campuses​ in the Sunshine Coast region,​ and the districts they are members of, is available on this website.






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