At Cathedral, we are 'educating for life-long success' . We know that this requires a well-rounded education - to develop the "whole person" by nurturing the body and spirit as well as the mind.
Students are continually challenged and encouraged to take advantage of the exceptional opportunities available at Cathedral. A careful balance of academic, sporting, cultural and spiritual activities produces confident, well-rounded individuals who are prepared for the challenges of life.
Applications for scholarships for students entering Year 7, 8 or 11 in 2015 are now open
Every year The Cathedral School offers a range of scholarships to new and current students providing partial remission of tuition fees for either 2 or 3 years (until completion of Middle or Senior School).
Types of Scholarships available - Academic, Boarding, Church and Music.
Applications close on Friday 21 March, and scholarship testing will occur at The Cathedral School on Saturday 29 March 2014.
Find out why at the Middle School Expo - Thursday 20 March, 4pm - 6pm
Meet the dedicated staff and friendly students, learn about the academic curriculum and all the opportunities available for your child.
Since the establishment of Cathedral's Middle School program in 2006, our students have been experiencing the benefits of this environment well before the state government’s decision to move Year 7 into secondary school in 2015.
Click here for more information about Cathedral's Middle School program.
Every year The Cathedral School in Townsville offers a variety of scholarship opportunities for rural families and this year is no different.
In 2007 a substantial sum of money was donated to the school by a pioneering family of the north. The money has been used to fund the education of selected students from rural and remote Queensland whose families may be struggling financially.
A spokesperson for the family said the EHSB scholarship, named in honour of the family group - Eyles-Hampe-Scholes-Buhôt, was a small way to help rural families who couldn’t afford to send their child to boarding school.
As most students around the region pack their bags for the start of the school year, the school bags of Cathedral’s Year 4 and Year 7 students will be much lighter as their iPads are packed instead of as many school books.
The iPad program at Cathedral has been introduced to help students prepare for future careers, helps students learn, and most importantly supports a more personalised learning experience. Students will use the iPad as their core technology to support learning at school and at home.