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    Roseville College

    Founding year: 1908
    Website: Visit Website
    Number of students: 0
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Ms. Deb Magill (Principal)
    Number of staff: 0

    Roseville College is a non-selective, Anglican day school for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12 on Sydney's North Shore, founded in 1908. Alongside a varied and high-caliber academic curriculum, students from Kindergarten to Year 12 engage actively in balanced school life, and they make the most of the myriad opportunities available. The School's vision is to realize purpose by leading in girls' education through four qualities that we are renowned for Christian Faith, Character, Leadership, and strong Community.
    The School is known for these qualities, where girls thrive as they live and learn for purpose. Ours is a caring, vibrant, connected College community; consequently, girls develop a strong sense of belonging, ownership, and connection to the College and one another. Here, the College prepares each girl with an education that serves her for life, in a culture of excellence. Learning for purpose is driven by academic rigor and quality teaching that inspires each girl to strive for her best. Learning and equipping each girl with a progressive, robust attitude to learning enables girls to take responsibility, overcome the challenge, and be curious.
    The School ranks among the top educational performers in NSW, promoting a rigorous and challenging curriculum for Junior and Senior girls, including global initiatives like the IB Primary Years Program for Kindergarten to Year 6 and the prestigious Cambridge Courses for Years 9 -10. Student testimonies of personal best achievements evince the value of a Roseville College education. It is demonstrated by consistently strong NAPLAN results, educational testing and competitions, and consistently strong HSC outcomes.
    Importantly, Roseville Old Girls (the College's graduates) credit the School with a significant role in helping them develop indispensable and commendable qualities such as self-confidence, optimism, a spirit of inquiry, wisdom and personal accountability, a concern for others, and the courage and confidence to "have a go."
    Inspired by the woman of noble character in Proverbs 31, this paraphrase captures the dignity and great value that God intends for women. Verses like this remind us of whom He has entrusted to us as our students: your daughters. Each girl is one of a kind and beyond compare. Her smile in joy, love, and accomplishment are among our most significant rewards.
    For an Anglican school like ours, this verse also reminds us of each child's inner worth and promise. The privilege of nurturing and guiding your daughter through her school years – partnering with you to help her strive toward her potential and discover who God made her be – is what makes our "jobs" as educators so inspiring, rewarding, and motivating.
    At Roseville College, every girl in Kindergarten to Year 12 is known and valued. Our ambition is that each girl engages in enriching learning experiences that challenge and empower her to pursue and attain her personal best.






    Address: Roseville College, 27 Bancroft Avenue, Roseville, New South Wales, NSW 2069, Australia

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