New South Wales, Australia
About Roseville College
Roseville College is an Anglican girls' school teaching students from kindergarten age up to Year 12. It is situated in Roseville on Sydney's North Shore in New South Wales, Australia. It has about 100 teaching staff and a non-selective enrolment of over 900 pupils.
The college was established in 1908 by Isobel Davies and is a member of the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation (SASC).
Ms Deb Magill
Roseville College has among its various facilities a library with an attached Learning Enrichment Centre (LEC), containing a modern year 12 common room, several presentation rooms and a multi-function hall, a middle school technology complex with extensive ICT facilities including computer labs and various technology workshops, and a large performing arts centre with an auditorium. There is a wide range of purpose built specialist teaching rooms.
Students can also take advantage of the outdoor courts which cater for basketball, netball and tennis, and off-campus facilities include a college rowing shed.
The college follows the Australian Curriculum, developed for maths, English, history and science. In conjunction with this, the school adds Cross-Curriculum Priorities including Aboriginal history and culture, and sustainability, and development of general capabilities such as intercultural understanding, and social and personal capability. These curriculum areas are passed by the Board of Studies, and aim to give a well rounded education.
Roseville believes life is not just about academics, but the development of the student as a whole. It has a focus on promoting growth and inspiration while challenging pupils socially, creatively, emotionally, physically and spiritually, both outside and inside the classroom.