The College has four houses. Each house is named after a notable individual whose achievements match the aspirations of the College community.
Each student belongs to a house and traditionally, members of the same family are usually in the same house.
The house system is designed to enrich the overall life of the College. The house system provides opportunities for students of different ages to mix and work together. The house system is also designed to create a positive climate of healthy competition between the four houses.
Each House has a student leadership team consisting of:
- Junior Years House (2 house leaders and 2 vice leaders)
- Middle Years House (2 house leaders and 2 vice leaders)
- Senior Years House (2 house leaders and 2 vice leaders)
The leaders play a significant role in coordinating the House teams in the variety of competitions associated with the Community House Shield (Pastoral activities) and Champion House Shield (Sporting activities).
The student leaders also assist the House Coordinators with the running of House assemblies, manage house communication through noticeboards, act as role models and provide student perspective at House meetings.