Students in the Boarding College are accommodated in three wings of the historic 1930s building located within the College grounds. Students in Years 7-10 are housed in rooms of two while Senior students have single rooms.
Each of the four dormitories has a common room with televisions, video and DVD players as well as computers with access to the College network. Facilities are also available for students to complete their own laundry if they wish.
Boarders have access to a full range of College and local facilities. Computer laboratories may be accessed by students after school hours with adult supervision.
Tutors are employed to provide assistance for students with their homework and are present at set study periods through the week. All students have compulsory supervised study periods. Junior students are encouraged by staff to study in a classroom based environment whilst senior students are encouraged to study in their own room.
Proximity to the city gives boarders the use of many community facilities such as University libraries, swimming pools and other sporting facilities.All Junior boarders are involved in an organised activity program on Sundays which helps them to become familiar with the natural and cultural landscape of Sydney.