St Andrews College, Marayong NSW







Established: 1998

Address: 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

About our school

Learning at St Andrews College is focused on the skills and knowledge required for our students to find success as the global leaders of the next generation. Our students are engaging in inquiry-based learning to develop their communication, critical thinking, creativity and innovation skills across the curriculum. 

Students and teachers collaborate to evaluate the legitimacy and accuracy of online content, which is a central part of our students’ learning. The College acceleration program caters to students working beyond their Stage Level. 

Through a strong sense of faith and community, the students of St Andrews College are encouraged and guided by staff to be people for others, to develop their interpersonal, problem solving and leadership skills, whilst always conscious of ethical actions and accountability. By being people for others, doing more and going beyond and through their Faith in Christ, students at St Andrews College have the potential to excel in any aspect of their lives. 

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

  • College’s Creative Arts Night (CAN) showcasing Music and Performance
  • Business Simulation for Year 10 Business students
  • Unity Day to celebrate the diversity of our community
  • Sporting and Co- Curricular opportunities for students
  • Religious and Spiritual opportunities
  • Sister school with Isahaya Commercial High School in Nagasaki, Japan
  • Opportunities for students in YCS (Young Christian Students) and Social Justice Groups
  • 1:1 iPad / Macbook program across all years
  • Transition Program in Year 7 and 10
  • Upgraded facilities

More from the school


  • Contemporary learning spaces with flexible furniture
  • 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
  • New Learning Centre with outdoor Learning Space
  • Commercial kitchens for Hospitality and Food Tech
  • Fully renovated and commercial grade Gym with new equipment
  • Multi-purpose courts for volleyball, basketball, futsal and soccer on both campuses
  • Pro Cushion outdoor basketball court, Tennis and Volleyball courts
  • Covered Synthetic grass areas
  • Air Conditioned Halls on both campuses
  • Electronic security gates
  • Renovated change rooms and student bathrooms

NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 7 544 515 556 544 550
Year 9 587 565 606 578 590

This table above shows the average student results at this school for the year 2019.
Naplan data is sourced from:

Campus Locations

Main Campus

116-132 Quakers Road, Marayong, 2148

Second Campus

50 Breakfast Roaf, Marayong, 2148

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