As a member of the Cadet Corps, students are involved in:
  • Leadership development
  • Outdoor expeditions
  • Duke of Edinburgh's Award program
  • Scuba Diving
  • Lifeguard & First-Aid Training
  • Marksmanship & Biathlon teams
  • Community Service activities
  • Fitness training
  • Military skills
Among our many traditions, one of the oldest and most colourful is the #142 St. Andrew’s College Highland Cadet Corps. Celebrating its 111th year in 2016, the Cadet program has evolved over the past century into a broad-based spectrum of leadership training that teaches teamwork, and recognizes both individual and group achievement.

This leadership journey, which starts in grade 8 and continues until their grade 12 year, allows SAC students the opportunity to rise through the ranks and lead their peers in the establishment of future leaders in our community as well as in society.

The Cadet Corps training year culminates in three annual ceremonial events: the Church Parade, the Headmaster's Inspection, and the Annual Cadet Inspection. For more information on SAC’s Cadet Corps, click here or contact the Commanding Officer, Major Brian McCue.

Documents & Forms

Cadet Inspection Video
Click here to watch a video of the 110th Annual Cadet Inspection in April 2015.
 
 

Cadet News

List of 9 news stories.

  • Michael Kurp

    Student earns top award at U.S. Naval Academy program

    After finishing his final exam, grade 12 student and incoming Prefect, Michael Kurp, flew off to participate in the U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar. 
  • Pipes, pomp, and pageantry

    Like spotting the first blooms of spring, seeing Cadet training groups around campus is a sure sign three annual traditions will soon be upon us.
  • Major (ret’d) Kamal Sethi presented a signed copy of his new book to each senior Cadet and provided a compelling lecture on leadership.

    Wellington Dinner steeped in tradition

    For more than two decades, a highlight for SAC’s Cadet Leadership program is the Annual Wellington Leadership Lecture and Dinner.
  • Henry Paluch (left) with other winners of the competition

    SAC’s youngest pipers prove their worth!

    Congratulations go out to the two youngest members of the Pipes & Drums, Middle School pipers Henry Paluch, grade 7 and Roy Huang, grade 8.
  • (l-r) Tania Wybenga, Keith and Melissa Ramon, Jan Stainer-White

    Ironman teacher aims to raise $100K

    The Commanding Officer’s Parade in Yuill Gym yesterday was pre-empted with a surprise announcement for unsuspecting Civilian Officer, Keith Ramon.
  • Ryan Jamieson (left) with Oli Harris

    Saints at Cadet Provincial Biathlon

    Congratulations to Oli Harris and Ryan Jamieson for a first rate showing at the Cadet Provincial Biathlon championship this past weekend in Sault St. Marie. 
  • Trencher bearers

    Scottish for a day

    Nearly 250 pounds of haggis was consumed at St. Andrew’s this week, as students, staff, and faculty celebrated our school’s namesake and Scottish roots.
  • Remembering our Fallen

    Keeping the memories alive of those who died for our freedom is central to the Remembrance Day message at St. Andrew’s.
  • Cadet Corps joins 48th Highlanders for Queen’s Park Parade

    Members of SAC's #142 Highland Cadets Corps continued a long-held tradition by joining the 48th Highlanders Regiment in their Annual Remembrance Parade and ceremony yesterday.
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Cadet Corps Photos

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