Roseville College, an Anglican School for girls, is a vibrant, dynamic and innovative learning community founded on the Christian faith. Established in 1908, the College has a rich 107 year heritage of educating and transforming the lives of young women. We aspire for every girl to flourish and our purpose is to engage girls in enriched learning experiences and empower them to make a positive difference in the world.
As an optimally sized, non-selective learning community of 830 girls K - 12, the College is well-renowned for its high academic results, its positive culture, its exception pastoral care and its Christian foundations. Every girl is well-known and inherently valued, a feature girls and parents often comment on as being a positive and distinctive characteristic of the College.
Providing a well-rounded education for girls, a culture of '21st Inquiry Learning' pervades the College: Enriching, challenging and engaging academic offerings are complemented by extensive leadership, music, sporting and outdoor educational programs as well as the availability of a wide variety of co-curricular activities in both the Junior and Senior Schools.
Nestled in the 'leafy North Shore' and possessing 'state of the art' facilities, such as the Joy Yeo Performing Arts Centre and our refurbished 21st Century Library, Roseville College seeks to focus on the development of the 'whole girl', while also staying at the forefront of educational developments and research. The College aims to develop each girl's unique potential help her achieve her personal best in all aspects of her life.