Roseville College is an Anglican School for Girls in Kindergarten to Year 12.
Founded in 1908, Roseville College is well established and features a welcoming school community of 900 girls.
Roseville College upholds a mission to provide girls with a contemporary, dynamic and relevant learning experience marked by a passion for excellence, and grounded in the ethos and values of the Christian faith.
The College’s vision for each child is that she is inspired and equipped to unpackage and realise her purpose – both now and in the future – as she lives a content life with meaning and virtue.
Roseville College reports consistently strong academic results (culminating in the HSC) and ranks among top educational performers in NSW. In 2018, the school, though non-selective, enjoyed exceptional success in the HSC: 56% of students achieved an ATAR of 90.00 or higher, with 68% of the cohort receiving University offers before completing the HSC. Of note is that two hard-working students ranked first in course in NSW.
The rigorous academic curriculum from Kindergarten to Year 12 is characterised by teaching excellence and a personal concern for how each girl learns best. Students are well prepared for Senior School by the innovative IB Primary Years Program in Junior School.
Alongside a varied and rigorous academic curriculum, Roseville girls from Kindergarten to Year 12 find balance by pursuing a personal passion or trying new challenges from the myriad sporting, creative, STEAM, leadership, personal, service and community opportunities available at the School. Consequently, our girls develop an authentic sense of personal courage, confidence, belonging, ownership and connection to the College and to one another.
Roseville College is centrally located in the suburb of Roseville on Sydney’s North Shore. While its 2-hectare campus is discrete, a personalised tour reveals well-resourced and considered campus. Its facilities include a Junior School and Middle School complex, Senior Girls’ Study and Recreation areas, Hall and Chapel, Performing Arts Centre (featuring an acoustic 350-seat auditorium, drama and recording studios), Creative Arts Centre, Library and technology Centres, a heated swimming pool and outdoor courts.
The College’s well-renowned student development and wellbeing initiatives provide active guidance and support to each girl subject to the stage of her schooling, age-appropriated milestones, and in consultation with her parents and guardians. These may include all or a combination of the following: class and pastoral care groups, mentoring, chaplaincy services, outdoor education adventures and camps, established leadership and peer network programs that foster positive connections, careers guidance (including work experience and careers evenings), student wellbeing seminars and events, community service, co-curricular programs, philanthropic and social justice activities.