Rowville Secondary College
"Rowville Secondary College is a community that aims to equip young people with the education, skills, and values necessary to ensure a fulfilling future. Rowville Secondary College is not simply a space for learning but is also a place for experience. Exciting, diverse, and innovative, RSC provides a myriad of pathways for every student, ensuring that every individual is provided with the opportunity to fulfill his or her potential."
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Rowville Secondary College opened in 1990 with approximately 180 students in Years 7 and 8. In 2003, the student population has grown to approximately 1750 across two campuses. The Western Campus, which opened in 1990, caters for students in Years 7 to 12. The Eastern Campus opened in 1996, catering in its first year to students in Years 7 and 8, and is now offering Years 7 - 10.
Although the College is located on two campuses, Rowville Secondary College is one school. Uniform, rules, curriculum, policies and programs are the same on both campuses. Teachers from both campuses meet together, and all curriculum planning meetings are held as one school. All College committees including the College Council have representation from each campus in order for all decisions and College directions to represent the views of staff, students and parents in the College as a whole.
Although the total enrolment is large, the enrolment at each campus is smaller than many of our neighbouring schools. Our class sizes are kept to a maximum of 26 in most cases with some classes being smaller than this.
Students on each campus will be provided with the opportunity to take part in all College activities such as instrumental music, sport, outdoor education and other extra curricular activities.
Teachers will be based on one of the campuses for the school year, but will be encouraged to move between campuses every few years to ensure consistency in all areas of College operation.
Rowville Secondary College is a College aiming to provide a quality education to all students. The College staff work closely with parents and the community to ensure that this aim is achieved. The following provides some information about the College, but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information or details should they be required.
Our mission is to equip each student with the skills needed to successfully live and work in Australian society. Positive attitude to learning leading to excellence in outcomes will come from vibrant, challenging and exciting programs.
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