Joining the junior school of St Mary’s Cathedral College Sydney marks the beginning of an enriching experience with a specialist music and academic education that is highly rewarding. The St Mary’s Cathedral Junior School
Edward Parsons joins a growing list of St Mary’s Cathedral College Sydney year 12 graduates whose depth of creativity and artistic skill has garnered a place in the prestigious HSC visual arts showcase, ARTEXPRESS.
St Mary’s Cathedral College, established 1824, is the oldest Catholic boys’ school still on its original site in Australia. Boys are educated at Cathedral in the tradition of the Christian Brothers. The College is
Sydney Catholic Schools has achieved its best HSC results ever with 11 of its 33 schools ranked among the top 100 high schools in NSW. Special kudos to St Mary’s Cathedral College students
The college showcases its musical achievements throughout the year. The concert is a calendar highlight, with all the young men of the college involved in the evening. We hope you enjoy this trailer of
George Annas The Archbishop’s Awards acknowledge the commitment to their faith, academic life, community and social justice of one student from each of 50 secondary schools in the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney.
Over the last two years the Technical and Applied Studies classrooms have been upgraded and expanded. These developments have not only modernised existing rooms but have also created entirely new spaces to meet the
Visit the College on Open Day, Friday 12 March 2021. Prospective Year 7 students between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm Prospective Primary students from 12:30 pm
The HSC results of the St Mary’s Cathedral College Class of 2020 were among the best in the history of the college. Students from the college appeared 99 times on the Distinguished Achievers merit list,
St Mary’s Cathedral College Class of 2019 have achieved HSC results that are among the very best in the history of the College. Students from the College appeared 99 times on the Distinguished Achievers