The college values the voice of our students as active stakeholders in the college community. There are a range of activities that allow students to develop their potential and talents. The college has a comprehensive life-skills program, including years 7–9 camps and the years 9–11 Duke of Edinburgh Program.

The college participates in debating and public speaking competitions within the Catholic Schools Debating Association (CSDA) and performs strongly in the Catholic Schools Sports Association (CSSA).

Student leadership plays an integral role in the life of the college, providing aspiring leaders to contribute in a meaningful way to the development of our community.

St Marys Cathedral College Sydney Student Voice

The college has formal student leadership structure consisting of the senior prefect body, including the prefect executive, a Student Representative Council (SRC), ministry leaders, peer support mentors and class captains. There are regular meetings of these groups to support the students execute their duties. This includes leadership camps and training sessions as needed to support these students to undertake their responsibilities as leaders.

Student leadership positions are highly valued at the college and allow for student voice to play an important role in the functioning of the college. Student leaders play an important role in the academic, sporting, cultural, spiritual and social justice opportunities that enable our young men to find their passion and become the best cathedral men possible.