The Cranbrook School sports program is one of inclusiveness, opportunity, and competition within a supportive environment. We encourage the balance between the team and the individual within each sport as well as place great importance on the ongoing cultivation of skills, training and conditioning. With 14 regular sports on offer, all boys have the opportunity to discover an activity that they will enjoy and thrive within.
As a member of Combined Associated Schools (CAS), a group of Sydney independent schools which share common interests, ethics and educational philosophy, Cranbrook Senior School competes in well organised and highly competitive inter-school CAS competitions throughout the year. Students in Years 3-6 compete in a similar competition organised by the Independent Primary Schools Heads Association (IPSHA).
Cranbrook School has an elite sporting alumnus including Murray Rose (Swimming), Ed Cowan (Cricket), Damon Anderson (Rugby) and Steven Solomon (Athletics).