Welcome to the April Sporting Spotlight where we celebrate some of the outstanding sporting achievements of our students.


Henry from Year 6 continued his swimming rise this year with a trip to the State Championships. He was invited to swim in the 200m Freestyle relay MC, with the team coming away with 3rd place, and a medal!

Henry smashed his PB in the 50m Backstroke MC by a massive 7 seconds, came in 5th and won a finalist ribbon. We couldn’t be more proud of you Henry!


Year 6 student, Jack, recently competed for the second time in the School Sport State Swimming comp. Jack competed in the 50m and 100m backstroke, and the 200m breaststroke, achieving a 9.44 PB in the breaststroke and coming in 8th. This is a fantastic achievement and evidence of his hard work training 5-7 times a week. He will be off to the Queensland Short Course Champships in August this year. Well done Jack!


Year 8 student, Teagan, attended the Queensland Athletics State Champs last month where she came home with a Gold Medal for vaulting 2.20m – equal to her PB. Gaining 1st place at States secured her a spot on the Queensland State Team, giving her the opportunity to head over to Adelaide for the Australian Athletics National Event. She did Queensland proud with some fantastic vaulting, ending up 5th overall.


During the holidays, Ewan competed at the QLD Gymnastics State Championships.  He came 2nd overall for Level 9 u15, with 4 silver and 2 bronze. He has been selected to represent QLD at the National Championships in May which will be held in the Gold Coast. All the best for a fantastic competition Ewan!


Resident swimming star, Rylee, recently represented the Sunshine Coast Region in 5 events  – 100m Backstroke, 200m Individual Medley, 400m Individual Medley, 400m freestyle and 200m Freestyle.  Rylee scored a silver medal in 200m Individual Medley (QLD Team reserve), Bronze medal in 400m Individual Medley,  5th in 400m Freestyle, 5th in 200m Freestyle, 6th in 100m Backstroke.

Rylee has represented the Sunshine Coast Region in multiple events every year since she was 9 yrs old. She competed in the Australian National Age Swimming Championships over the school holidays and the Australian Open Championships last week.  Rylee will also be competing at the Australian Olympic Trials in June to gain experience on the senior level. What a ride! We can’t wait to hear about the next instalment in your swimming journey, Rylee!


Mueller’s most decorated water polo goal keeper, Tian, has taken another leap forward in his sporting endeavours. After numerous achievements in 2023 including winning gold at the Qld Representative School Sport comp, gold at the Australian School Water Polo Exchange, and ‘Most Valuable Goal Keeper’ at several significant competitions, Tian has been selected for the U18 Mens Squad for the 2024 World Championships. He will head to Argentina for the comp later in the year and we will be cheering loudly all the way from Rothwell!