St Andrews College Marayong is one of the few schools in Australia to run a competitive Springboard and Diving program. Each week, students of the College train at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre (SOPAC), under the guidance of thTraining at the same time as the Olympic divers is an inspirational experience.
The Year 12 SLR class had the first opportunity to see the newly refurbished College Gym. The students were blown away by quality of equipment and the amenities that will become a fantastic learning space for the students. Read More...
Monday, June 10, 2019 Mr Martin Gillogly | Leader of Learning (Sport)
On the 25th of May Georgia Green from Year 10, along with her team, Ripples St Marys Representative Squad, participated in the 2019 MS 24 Hour Mega Swim and helped raise $6711 to support people living with multiple sclerosis. Read more...
Monday, May 13, 2019 Mrs Weaver | NSWCCC Diving Convenor
On Monday the 13th of May, eight students from St Andrews College represented the school in diving at the NSW All Schools Championships at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre and divers competed against students from Catholic, Independent and Public Schools throughout New South Wales. Read more...
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.
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.
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.
On the 17th of September, the Junior and Intermediate Girls Basketball Teams represented St Andrews College at the PDSSSC Gala Day held at Penrith Sports Stadium. Both teams played a total of five games back to back against multiple schools within the Diocese.