Broughton Anglican College is an outreach ministry of Campbelltown Anglican Church and a service to the Macarthur community.

Students at Broughton Anglican College have the opportunity to participate in a large number of sports and physical activities throughout their entire time at the College.

All students from Years 2-12 compete at the annual Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics Carnivals. These carnivals provide not only a chance for competition but also an opportunity to engage with students in other grades through the use of the house system. Students are exposed to a large number of sports including Football, Softball, Netball, Cricket, AFL, Rugby League, Volleyball, OzTag, Hockey, Basketball and Ultimate Frisbee. A large number of recreational sports also take place each week such as Dance, Pilates, RFS Cadets, Lawn Bowls,Tennis and Improving Fitness Classes. Sport groups are designed to cater for students of varying abilities with a focus on improving abilities, fostering teamwork and learning to enjoy physical activity as an essential part of a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Students within the College will have the opportunity to compete at representative levels in their chosen sport. The New Anglican Schools Sports Association (NASSA) provides pathways in more than 15 different sports each year through gala days and trials. Students competing at higher levels will also have the opportunity to compete at the Association of Independent Co-Educational Schools (AICES) or Combined Independent Schools (CIS) level which caters to over 200 schools in NSW in over 60 sporting competitions. Every year Broughton has a number of students who compete in National and International Competitions through the NSW All Schools, School Sport Australia and Pacific Schools Games pathways.

All students are encouraged to seek out sporting opportunities of interest to them and to compete to the best of their ability. Broughton provides appropriate pathways for students of all abilities to compete in their chosen sport or develop their abilities.