Sydney Catholic Schools educates more than 70,000 students, providing support to help each of them thrive. We develop teaching and learning resources in consultation with principals and teachers, assist with operations as broad as finance and photography, and provide admin support.
We aim to inspire both minds and spirits, and help students grow in an environment enhanced by strong moral values like kindness, generosity and hospitality.
Our main goal at all times is providing students with a rigorous, well-rounded education – and everything we do is enhanced by our moral traditions, the person of Jesus, and the Catholic faith.
👏Congratulations to Year 11 student Alysha Mobberley-Barreto of St Aloysius College Cronulla who has hit a home run after being selected in the NSW Women's Baseball Team to compete at the Australian Women's Championships! 🏆Wishing Alysha all the success!
Brigidine College, Randwick St Clare's College Waverley Patrician Brothers' College, Fairfield Freeman Catholic College, Bonnyrigg Marist Sister's College St Vincent’s College Ashfield Trinity Catholic College Aquinas Catholic College, Menai Marist Catholic College Penshurst
NOW LIVE🎨The 2024 Portrait Prize Virtual Gallery is open! Discover the outstanding work of our K-12 Visual Arts students, who created representational portraits of those closest to them. Don't forget to vote for your favourites by creating an account and reacting with the 💓 button in the gallery. Follow the link: https://brnw.ch/21wHh69
This week, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP and The Hon Tanya Plibersek MP visited St Mary's Cathedral College Sydney to acknowledge the school’s student leaders and representatives for 2024.
🤩📣 REGISTER NOW: The Sydney Catholic Schools Eisteddfod is BACK! Our parents and teachers can now register our students, so don't miss out! Get in before Thursday 14 March. Find out more on how to join the fun here: https://brnw.ch/21wHc0Y
Sydney Catholic Schools’ Sutherland Shire precinct is set to enter an exciting phase in 2024 with each of the precinct’s three schools welcoming new cohorts for the first time. Our Lady of Mercy Catholic College Burraneer and De La Salle Catholic College Caringbah will both welcome their first Year 11 students this year, while St Aloysius College Cronulla will welcome its first Year 7 students. Find out more here.
Sydney Catholic Schools’ (SCS) Sutherland Shire precinct is set to enter an exciting phase in 2024 with each of the precinct’s three schools welcoming new cohorts for the first time. Our Lady of Mercy Catholic College Burraneer and De La Salle Catholic College Caringbah
Our schools provide the well-rounded education needed by the students of today for future success. Discover our difference.
OUR CATHOLIC FAITH
Our schools work closely with their local parishes to create opportunities for students, staff and parents to celebrate what it means to be Catholic and understand the value of helping others and contributing to the world.
OUR TEACHING AND LEARNING
We ensure that every student has access to a high quality education, focused on their individual needs, with teachers who challenge, inspire and nurture them to achieve their full potential and become lifelong learners.
Our schools each have their own thriving communities, where teachers, parents and the parish come together to provide unparalleled levels of care in safe, supportive and inclusive surroundings which nurture students’ wellbeing and instil confidence.