Students are allocated to one of 4 house teams named after famous Australian sports people.
Mockeridge - Russell Mockeridge was a Geelong racing cyclist. He was a Gold Medalist in the 1952 Helsinki Olympics
Redpath - Ian Redpath was from Geelong and a former Australian cricketer who played 66 tests and 5 one day Internationals for Australia between 1964 and 1976.
Opperman - Sir Hubert Opperman OBE was an Australian cyclist whose endurance cycling feats in the 1920's and 30's earned him international acclaim as one of the greatest Australian sportsmen.
Landy - John Landy was a Geelong Olympic athlete. He was the 2nd person to break the 4 minute mile and held the world record for the 1500 metre and mile race. He was also the 26th Governor of Victoria.
The children love to compete for their teams, earning house points.
The team system also provides children with leadership opportunities as house leaders and when running events as part of the team process.