Sporting Associations

Embleton Little Athletics Club

With the aim of promoting health, fitness, strength, athleticism and well being, Embleton Little Athletics Club have worked in partnership with John Forrest, sharing our facilities. Embleton Little Athletics Club has made a significant contribution to the John Forrest athletic facilities through accessing community grants. This includes new long jump facilities and a sport equipment storage shed.

Mount Lawley Tennis Club

Since 2013 the John Forrest Specialist Tennis Program students have all been members of the Mount Lawley Tennis Club. The College uses the club courts for training and match play days and students participate in club activities.

Netball WA / Netball Australia

Coaches and students are affiliated with Netball WA. Specialist teachers are affiliated with Netball Australia through their coaching qualifications.

Tennis West

Tennis West endorses the John Forrest Specialist Tennis Program and supports the promotion of the program and the recruitment of players.

Western Australian Cricket Association (The WACA)

The WACA has endorsed the John Forrest Specialist Cricket Program. It assists the College with its aims of developing young cricketers (male and female), giving students opportunities to excel in the game through the provision of quality coaching and access to excellent facilities in an educational setting. The program's goal is broader than just skill development, offering a holistic cricket education that includes coaching, umpiring, history of the game, captaincy and an emphasis on fitness.

WACA Development Officers attend trials to assist with the selection process of students and once selected and enrolled at the College, students have the opportunity to practice and develop their skills at the WACA facilities. John Forrest Secondary College is home to the Regional WACA Junior Development Officer.