The Junior School (Years 3-6)
The Junior School campus is situated in Burton Street, Milsons Point. There are approximately 330 students in the Junior School (comprising two classes in each of Years 3 and 4 and four classes in each of Years 5 and 6).
The Junior School site has all of its own facilities, including library, science lab, technology, music and art rooms. There is a small Chapel located in the main entry to the Junior School where class Masses are offered. The Arrupe Room named after Pedro Arrupe, a past General of the Society of Jesus, is a multi-purpose facility used for in-house performances and as a rehearsal space for choirs and concert bands as well as Year level meetings.
An onsite basketball court, cricket nets and undercover area are utilised along with the full range of facilities in Dalton Hall at the Senior School, nearby Bradfield Park and North Sydney Olympic Swimming Pool.
The Senior School (Years 7-12)
The Senior School campus is located across two sites on opposite sides of Upper Pitt Street, Milsons Point. Years 7 to 10 are on the main campus while Years 11 and 12 are across the road on the Wyalla campus. There are approximately 900 students in the Senior School.
The Senior School has a full range of modern facilities for both curricula and co-curricula pursuits, including the Kircher Library; a purpose-built drama theatre, the Miguel Pro Playhouse; the Andrea Pozzo Art Centre, along with music facilities on the fourth and fifth floors and a debating and public speaking theatrette, The Bellarmino. At the geographic heart of the College is the Boys' Chapel where all liturgies and Masses are held. Full school assemblies are held in the Great Hall. An IT help desk is available for boys to access on line. Parent P&F functions utilise the Juana Mateo Function Room on the fourth Floor and the Canisius Room on the ground level Courtyard.
The Dalton Hall facility provides a full-size basketball court, indoor cricket nets, an indoor swimming pool for squad and water polo training, and a complete gymnasium for strength and conditioning training. Apart from competition basketball and volleyball games played there, the facility is also used for PE classes.
The College Oval is located approximately 20 minutes away in the lower north shore suburb of Willoughby. Both the Junior and Senior School use this facility on a weekly basis for games and training in Cricket, Football and Rugby. The annual Cadet Passing Out Parade is also held here. The College Oval also contains a function room which caters for a number of social events including end-of-season Sports dinners and parent P&F functions.
Sporting teams have their weekly training sessions at various Willoughby and North Sydney Council facilities, which students are bussed to and from after school.