2019 College Swimming Carnival

The St Andrews College Swimming Carnival was held on Thursday the 28th of February and was another great day in the life of the College. The atmosphere was amazing as usual. Congratulations to the Age Champions and those students who broke records.

2019 Open Day

On Tuesday the 5th of March the Junior Campus opened its doors to the community to celebrate and showcase Catholic education at St Andrews College. It was an opportunity for future students and their families to experience what happens each day in our great College. ​

2019 All Schools Triathlon

On Friday the 1st of March, The NSW All Schools Triathlon took place at the Regatta Centre, Penrith. We were astounded by the mass of people and number of schools from all across NSW. We had two teams compete, a Senior Mixed Team who had to compete against the boys and an Intermediate Girls Team.

2019 Basketball Open Gala Day

On Monday the 25th of February 2019, our senior students represented St Andrews College at the PDSSSC Basketball Gala Day. They showed great sportsmanship throughout the day and achieved their personal best on the court.

Year 11 Ancient History Lesson

The Year 11 Ancient History students have been undertaking their first topic about the nature of Ancient History. They have been learning about the nature of archaeology and changing excavation methods.

Year 10 Reflection Day

On Wednesday the 27th of February the Year 10 cohort had a Reflection Day with the focus on inclusion. Especially, inclusion for diversity and the marginalised people of our community.

Lifted Leaders Day

On the 22nd of February, the Year 12 leaders travelled to Penrith for the ‘Lifted Leaders’ Day, hosted by the Parramatta Diocese. This provided us with the opportunity to articulate our own plans and initiatives implemented at our respective schools and also garner some diverse ideas from other leaders.

Senior Campus Vinnies Valentines Day and Pancake Day

This term the Senior Vinnies Team has been working hard to create some great fundraisers in order to raise some much needed funds for the St Vincent de Paul Society.

2018 HSC High Achievers Assembly

Nine St Andrews College students achieved an ATAR of over 90. Our ATAR Dux Jan Gan achieved an ATAR of 98.35, ATAR 2nd Place Larissa Isakov achieved an ATAR of 98.00, ATAR 3rd Place Harout Ajoyan achieved an ATAR of 94.85.

School leaders embrace diversity and inclusion for 2019!

As students across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains continued their preparations for the beginning of the 2019 school year this week, more than 500 Principals and Leaders of Learning gathered at Rosehill Racecourse for Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s (CEDP) annual System Leaders’ Day. Read more...