Music is an integral part of the College, and music is practised in both secular and liturgical settings. It is a mandatory part of the curriculum for Years 7 and 8, elective in Years 9 and 10, and offers Preliminary and HSC options in Years 11 and 12. Music at Schols encompasses choirs, instrumental ensembles, bands and chamber orchestras. Girls are encouraged to join those groups where they will enjoy extending their musical talents.

Music Ensembles

The following ensembles are on offer:

  • Symphony Orchestra

  • Concert Band 

  • College Choir

  • String Ensemble

  • Rock Band

  • Chamber Orchestra

  • Vocal Ensemble

The following tuition is available:
  • Alto/Tenor Saxophone

  • Baritone/Euphonium

  • Cello

  • Clarinet/bass clarinet

  • Double Bass

  • Drums

  • Flute/Piccolo

  • French Horn

  • Guitar

  • Oboe & Bassoon (taught outside the College)

  • Piano

  • Trombone

  • Trumpet

  • Tuba

  • Viola

  • Violin

  • Voice



Music Camp

Cancelled for 2020

Mid Year Music Showcase

to be advised

Annual Music Showcase 

to be advised


Tuesday 7.45am

College Orchestra

Wednesday 7.45am

Stavinsky Strings

Thursday 7.45 am

Concert Band

Friday 7.45 am


Stapping Strings

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Good Samaritan Education (GSE) is responsible for ten incorporated colleges in Australia. Established in 2011 by the Sisters of the Good Samaritan, the mission of GSE is to sustain and nurture our Catholic schools as Good Samaritan Benedictine communities of learning.

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Glebe NSW 2037 Australia

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St Scholastica's College community acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of the Country upon which the College stands. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our community.