Results and Recognition

Emmanuel College is a part of the Associated Private School Association (APS). Each year our Junior and Senior School teams (Years 4 to 12) compete in two seasons of inter-school sport against the seven other schools in the APS association. 

Emmanuel College has a strong performance record and we are competitive and respected amongst our competing peers. 

The table below demonstrates our overall APS performance from 2013-2017. 

AGGREGATE PLACE 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Swimming Junior School
4th
2nd
3rd
5th
2nd
Swimming Senior School
2nd
2nd
3rd
2nd
3rd
Cross Country Junior School
6th
4th
4th
5th
3rd
Cross Country Senior School
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
2nd
Athletics Junior School
3rd
5th
4th
5th
4th
Athletics Senior School
3rd
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd

Recognition and Awards

Our sports foyer contains a photographic honour board of our outstanding athletes. Secondary school students who are selected in Queensland School Sports Association teams are eligible for the Queensland honour board. The Australian honour board recognizes students who have been selected to represent Australia in their sport, in either school or club sport.

As part of our commitment to recognize the achievement of students in the sporting field, any student who meets the criteria below, will have opportunity to be considered for the following sporting awards:

 AWARD CATEGORIES

School – Sports Person of the Year 

Senior School: 1 male, 1 female from Years 11-12  Junior School: 1 male, 1 female from Years 5-6

Year level – Sports Person of the Year

1 male, 1 female from each year level from Years 4-12

Gold Award of Excellence

Unlimited number available for each sport

Silver Award of Excellence

Unlimited number available for each sport

Bronze Award of Excellence

Unlimited number available for each sport

NB:    Except in exceptional circumstances, awards will only be tied to sports directly linked to school representation and run under the auspices of the Queensland Schools Sports Association, or our APS association. The reason for insisting sports be run by QSSSA or APS is to ensure selection quality control. A large number of sports associations run events for schools nominally called “State or National Schools titles”. These events are usually direct nomination and therefore do not have the selection quality control that the usual, School – District – Regional – State – National, sequence imposes.

Students who compete in sports not covered by the school system, i.e. equestrian, cycling, gymnastics, rowing etc. may make special application to the awards committee to be considered for a Special Recognition award. In general, a student must be a Queensland or National representative to be acknowledged. Students must submit a nomination form to be considered for this category.