Cambridge Park High School is recognised as having an excellent reputation in creative and performing arts (CAPA), and provides students with a wide variety of opportunities in performing arts. Every year the CAPA department runs a variety of initiatives, such as:
The Cambridge Learning Community Performing Arts Festival (CLC PAF): This event, now in its eleventh (11) year, is rapidly building in strength and embraces around 400 high school and primary performers and 1000 spectators.
The Annual Creative Arts Exhibition: Also in its fourth year, this event includes works from our partner primary school students.
Vocal Group: This group have successfully auditioned for the Arena Choir at School Spectacular for the last four years and the Arts Unit Choral Choir Festival.
Flannofest: A local drama event held at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre. This is our fourth year.
Bring It On Hip Hop dance crew: Three-time Grand Finalists.
Various Dance initiatives such as a new boys Stomp Group (made up of students from our three partner primary schools with the aim to engage boys in Dance and the Performing Arts), a new Cheerleading Group and involvement in the Blue Mountains Nepean Dance Festival and the Schools Spectacular Combined Dance Ensemble in 2012.
A Celebration of Music: For high performing music students from Years 7-12. Two years running.
National Cheer Competition: Currently, Cambridge Park High School are National Champions for two years running.
Penrith Valley Performing Arts Festival: Festival comprising of schools in the Penrith Area for music, dance and drama.
Targeted Music, Dance, Drama and Art Programs: Aimed at students who have a special interest or talent in creative arts as additional classes to normal timetables.