St Andrews College, Marayong NSW







Established: 1998

Principal: Dr Stephen Kennaugh

Address: Yr 7 - Yr 10 Campus: 116-132 Quakers Road, Marayong 2148


Key Information


122 Teaching

39 Non Teaching


$4,830 (Year 7)

$5,502 (Year 12)

HSC Subjects





VET Available

Flagship Programs

Academic Excellence, Co-curricular Program, Coding and Robotics, Enrichment and Accelerator Programs, Facilities, Humanities Program,

About our school

At St Andrews College, we aspire to nurture our boys and girls to be equipped with the skills and knowledge to succeed as the global leaders and innovators of the next generation. The College has a strong academic record, stemming from a comprehensive curriculum enriched by learning support, extension programs and diverse extracurricular opportunities tailored to the unique needs and abilities of each student. Emphasising Catholic traditions and values, we cultivate our students’ communication, critical thinking, creativity and innovation skills throughout their time at the College.

The passion and dedication of our talented staff further empower our students to strive for excellence. The College’s acceleration program accommodates students performing beyond their stage level. In addition to the College’s academic endeavours, St Andrews proudly excels in its vibrant Music and Performing arts pursuits. This is accommodated by our strong sense of community which fosters collaboration and respect among our students, creating an environment where values and skills intersect seamlessly. A St Andrews education enables your child to become a selfless, dedicated and dynamic individuals, whilst embodying compassion and accountability as they navigate the challenges of the 21st century. By ‘Doing More and Going Beyond’ we inspire our students beyond the classroom.

Principal's Message

St Andrews College is a Catholic co-educational secondary school committed to a personalised, relevant and meaningful learning experience for every student. With a strong record of academic, sporting and cultural achievement, students are presented with a range of learning options tailored to their abilities and needs. Our focus is developing the whole person through our SPIRE Framework.

St Andrews College is about creating dynamic learning environments that challenge and nurture students to be companions for each other and people of compassion,  confidence, competence, creativity, conscience and with the conviction of faith to transform our world.

Principal, Dr Stephen Kennaugh.

Quick Facts

  • St Andrews boasts NSW’s largest annual Creative Arts Nights (CAN)
    We offer a rigorous acceleration program designed to enhance students’ academic growth
  • Opportunity for students to experience international study tours in Vietnam, Singapore, Japan and across Europe
  • We have produced academics, media personalities, internationally renowned sportspeople and award-winning musicians among many other talents
  • With an emphasis on religious education and servant leadership, we cultivate well-rounded young men and women
  • Outstanding performance in Public Speaking and Debating
  • Robust student leadership body and community-centric culture • Students consistently achieve state rankings in the HSC

More from the school


  • Contemporary learning spaces with flexible furnishing to compliment learning
  • Upgraded Creative Arts spaces, including music rooms, art rooms, Hall of Fame with red carpet
  • Modern TAS machinery with universal laser cutters, Makerbot 3D printers, Arduino Thinker Shield Coding Platforms, Lego Mindstorms for Robotics, MultiMedia IMAC room and F1 Track
  • New Learning Centre with outdoor Learning Space
  • Commercial kitchens for Hospitality and Food Technology
  • Fully renovated and commercial grade Gym with new equipment
  • Multi-purpose courts for volleyball, basketball, futsal, badminton and soccer on both campuses
  • Pro Cushion outdoor basketball court, Tennis and Volleyball courts
  • Covered Synthetic grass areas
  • Air Conditioned Halls on both campuses
  • Renovated change rooms and student bathrooms

2021 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 7 546 538 571 544 554
Year 9 582 568 591 577 586

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2021. Data sourced from:

2022 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 7 550 543 564 542 556
Year 9 585 571 595 580 582

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2022. Data sourced from:

Campus Locations

Main Campus

Yr 7 - Yr 10 Campus: 116-132 Quakers Road, Marayong, 2148

Second Campus

Yr 11 - Yr 12 Campus: 50 Breakfast Road, Marayong, 2148

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