Providing a range of co-curricular opportunities is important to us because we value each child’s individual skills and interests, and we want to give every opportunity for students to grow and further their potential.

The college has a rich and diverse co-curricular program to allow students to pursue areas of passion and interest. Whether it is in competitive sports, creative and performing arts or social justice, there’s something to inspire and engage every individual as they develop on and transition skills into the next phase of their lives.

St Marys Cathedral College Sydney Instrument Tuition

Instrument Tuition

St Mary’s Cathedral College’s music department is pleased to offer a flourishing private tuition program.

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St Marys Cathedral Catholic College Sydney students reading musical composition

Music Ensemble

Playing an instrument in an ensemble opens up a whole new world of experiences, friendships and fun.

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St Marys Cathedral Catholic College Sydney students at choir practice

Cathedral Choir

The college offers places for boys who wish to extend their musical education, as either choral scholars or music scholars.

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St Marys Cathedral College Sydney Cathedral Concert

Concert

Opera has claims to be the greatest of all art forms, combining music, drama, and narrative together with dance and the plastic arts into a unified, collaborative artistic expression. The college’s well-drilled instrumental ensembles performs a number of pieces from operas, both traditional and contemporary.

St Marys Cathedral College Sydney Athletics Carnival

Athletics Carnival

The Athletics Championships are held in Term 3 at ES Marks Field in  Kensington. Staff and students of the college participate with enthusiasm to ensure we have a successful carnival every year.

St Marys Cathedral College Sydney HSC Results Cocurricular Activities Performance

Performance

Our primary and year 7 items are traditional crowd-pleasers, along with our hip hop dancers. A typically engaging and polished performance, along with Drama students from year 10, the school has enjoyed a history of success.