ALL Saints' College students will be part of the ABC TV Q&A session being broadcast live on Monday night.
The show, a panel discussion program on the national broadcaster, thrashes out the hot topics of the week.
Leigh Morrisey, head of English, Languages and Drama at the college, said Education Minister Simon Birmingham and deputy opposition leader Tanya Plibersek would be on the panel, along with four students from schools across the state.
While the college doesn't have any students on the panel they will be in the audience and will have the chance to ask questions and be part of the discussion.
Mr Morrisey said as students the group have a strong interest in educational policies and the school decided to apply to be part of the event after receiving an email about it.
He sent in a small bio on All Saints’ College, and about the quality and standard of the students who would form part of the audience.
In all 10 students from the school will attend and, as far as he knows, Mr Morrisey said they were the only regional school to be part of the event.
The school did try and have one student, Charlie O'Neill, included in the panel but with only four students selected from across the state inclusion in the panel was extremely competitive.
"We did try and get him on and it was very close in the end, but unfortunately he missed out."
The show will go live to air at 9.30pm on Monday, with the show being broadcast from the ABC's Ultimo studio.
Mr Morrisey said students uploaded their questions for the show on Friday afternoon which would give them the opportunity to create discussion during the show and join in the conversation.
Rachel Corbett-Jones, a student at the college, said she couldn’t wait to be part of the show.
"I'm going to uni so the things I’m really interested in are the HECS debt and what it will cost me to go to university,” she said.
She said the show was also an opportunity to hear other people's views on similar topics.
Mr Morrisey said the students had a very keen interest in political discourse and were well versed and quite engaged on the issues.