St Andrews College, Marayong, is a dual-campus school. The Holy
Family Campus caters for Years 7 to 10. The John Paul II Campus caters for
Years 11 and 12. The two campuses are located 500 metres apart at opposite ends
of Harvey Park.
The college has extensive facilities and grounds, and provides for
considerable academic and sporting achievements.
The focus on student-centred learning promotes academic achievement,
a strong employment uptake by graduates and balance between academic, sporting
and social development.
Facilities: The college has extensive facilities across both
campuses. These include: two information resource centres, two full-sized
sporting ovals with access to several more in Harvey Park, a large
gymnasium/hall capable of seating 1000. The College has excellent learning facilities
catering for technology, creative and performing arts, science, hospitality
suite and much more.
Facilities cater for flexible learning in a variety of learning
spaces including classrooms fitted with mobile technology and interactive
whiteboards, lecture theatre, common rooms and halls.
Electives Years 9 and 10: Building and Construction, Commerce,
Computing Studies, Design and Technology, Dance, Drama, Food Technology,
Industrial Technology — Engineering (Robotics), Italian, Japanese, Music, Physical
Activities and Sports Science, Technical Drawing, Technics — Wood, Textiles and
Design, Visual Arts. All students study Religious Education.
Electives Years 11 and 12: Ancient History, Biology, Business
Studies, Chemistry, Community and Family Studies, Drama, Design and Technology,
Earth and Environmental Science, Economics, English (all courses), Engineering
Studies, Food Technology, French (all courses), Geography, Industrial
Technology, Information Processes and Technology, Italian (all courses), Japanese
(all courses), Legal Studies, Mathematics (all courses), Modern History, Music (all courses), Personal Development,
Health and Physical Education, Physics, Senior Science, Society and Culture,
Software and Design and Development, Studies of
Religion (all courses), Catholic Studies, Visual Arts, Vocational
Education and Training — Business Services, Construction, Hospitality
Operations and Entertainment.
Sport: Aerobics, athletics, badminton, baseball, basketball,
cricket, cross-country, golf, indoor rock climbing, karate, netball, rugby
league, rugby union, soccer, six-a-side soccer, softball, squash, swimming, table tennis, tae
kwon do, tenpin bowling, tennis, touch, volleyball, weight training, yoga. The
College competes in the Parramatta Diocesan Sports Competition which is a well
organised competition for all students.
Co-curricular activities: An instrumental tuition program is
available to students with tuition offered in voice, keyboard, guitar and
Amnesty International, art competitions, Australian maths
competitions, Blacktown Festival, charity fundraising, choir, college
liturgies, creative arts night, debating, drama productions, enrichment days,
environmental group, leadership program, outdoor education camps, Mock Trial, public
speaking, retreats, science competition, science enrichment program,
Shakespeare Festival, social justice groups, St Vincent de Paul Society,
Streamwatch, theatre experience, titration, Tournament of Minds, variety night,
yearbook production, young writers’ competition.
Welfare and personal development: Pastoral care at St Andrews
strives to promote the development of each student as a whole person. The
College promotes a philosophy of personal bests: each student is challenged in
all aspects of life to surpass on each occasion what he or she has achieved
The strong academic curriculum, opportunities in vocational
education and the extensive co-curriculum promote an excellent level of student
Special features: The aim is that students develop as confident,
competent and compassionate young people with a commitment to faith.
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
|Enrolment||1100 students over two campuses. the major enrolment intakes are at year 7 and year 11.|
Less than 4k |
range from $3,050 to $4,200, which include diocesan school fees, building levy, subject and service fees.
02 9626******* 02 9626 1999
02 9831******* 02 9831 6526 (Year 11-12) / 02 9626 0556 (Year 7-10)
|Address||John Paul II Campus: 50 Breakfast Road, Marayong 2148 Holy Family Campus: 116 Quakers Road, Marayong 2148|