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  • Welcome to The Cathedral School

    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.

  • The best place for Year 7 and 8 in 2015

    Cathedral’s well-established Middle School program is coordinated by energetic and dedicated staff, represents an exciting and challenging opportunity for adolescents to deal more effectively with a broad range of issues confronting them and their learning in a dynamic and evolving modern world.

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  • See our School in Action - Tours on Tuesday

    We welcome all interested parents and their children to take a guided tour of the school on the first Tuesday of every month

    The tour is the perfect opportunity to see the school in action and learn more about our extensive academic, sporting, cultural and pastoral care programs.

    Bookings are essential. Click here to book online or phone the School on 4722 2000.

Cathedral students spread some Easter joy at the Townsville Hospital

On Thursday 10 April the members of The Cathedral School's Leo Club visited the sick children at the children’s ward of the Townsville Hospital to bring some Easter joy to their lives. The students participated in Easter craft activities with the children who were able to leave their hospital beds and for the children who were unable to leave their bed, the Easter Bunny makes a special visit to see them with some little Easter treats to brighten their day. Soft toys, greeting cards and of course chocolate eggs were among some of the gifts handed out to the children by the students.


Cathedral celebrates Harmony Day

Last week the Junior School children enjoyed their visit with Kerry Spina from Kids in Harmony.  Hands were chosen as a theme to represent our actions and the choices we make each day to create more harmony in celebration of Harmony Day.


Cathedral implements 21st Century learning

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.

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