Creative & Performing Arts

St George Christian School provides students with the opportunity to explore the spectrum of creative and performing arts from K-12.  From Kindergarten onwards, our students are able to learn a musical instrument or take speech and drama lessons. Creative skills are nurtured and explored in Junior and Middle School with programs in photography, drama, music and specialist interest groups.


For Senior Students, our School provides strong and varied creative and performing arts programs in which they can develop their talents and if desired, build on this firm foundation to pursue a career in the arts.


Students involved in our bi-annual musical productions learn drama, technical production and event management skills. Musical performances are regularly scheduled at various venues including to the whole school community to reinforce performance experience.


Students studying visual arts have opportunities throughout the course of their study to prepare exhibitions for the School and the wider community. We also work collaboratively with community galleries to equip our students with exhibition experience.


A strong program of attendance to art galleries, musical performance, theatre and arts workshops are at the core of our arts education across the curriculum.


St George Christian School is a place where creativity is encouraged and nurtured.



Over recent years SGCS has produced and performed the following musicals

2015: High School Musical

2013: Beauty and the Beast

2011: Back to the 80's

2008: Singin’ in the Rain

2006: Seussical (based on the works of Dr Seuss)

2004: Annie

2002: You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown



On alternate years, SGCS stage performing arts events which provide our music and drama students with opportunities to perform for the whole School community, these include the recent productions of Ovation and Synergy. Our Music students also participate in performances at Open Days, Presentation Ceremonies and to the wider community.



Showcase is an annual event where students exhibit their major works including Drama and Music performances, Visual Arts and Design and Technology projects.


Art Exhibitions are held regularly at the Community Gallery of the Kogarah Library and Cultural Centre, giving students an opportunity to display their art work in the public domain.