New skills, new knowledge and new understandings will give our learners the confidence to face the future.

The structure of the College is based on a Junior School (Years 7-9) and a Senior School (Years 10-12). All students in Years 7 to 9 undertake the core units of English or EAL (English as an Additional Language), Mathematics and Science. Semester based units in Humanities, Languages (Japanese or Italian),Technology, The Arts, Physical Education and Health make up the school’s comprehensive curriculum.

There is also provision made at each level for English, Mathematics and Science extension. Rosehill offers four enrichment programs:

STEP (Selective Talent Enrichment Program) runs from years 7-9 and focuses on providing opportunities for enhancement across the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science. RAMP (Rosehill Accelerated Mathematics Program) and REAP (Rosehill English Accelerated program) are also offered across years 7–9 and target students with an affinity for and exceptional ability in Mathematics and English. While VHAP (Victorian High-Ability Program) is a virtual enrichment program; selected students connect with like-minded peers across Victoria to extend each other academically and personally.

Rosehill has a supportive environment, with a strong emphasis on relationships. It has a clearly articulated welfare and student management policy based on positive behaviours.

Rosehill has a clear continuing agenda of refurbishment of facilities, with a focus on the creation of vibrant indoor and outdoor learning spaces. The college has upgraded Science and Art facilities and has a new administration building. Senior students enjoy their own Year 11 and Year 12 study centres, while 2021 has seen the opening of our multi-million dollar state of the art STEM centre. 2021 has also seen the finish to our full re-surfacing and oval upgrade which not only benefits our Physical Education classes and sporting teams but all of our students during recess and lunchtime.

We now look forward to the next stage of our capital works with 10.204 million dollars to spend on school improvement. This work will commence late 2021.

CRICOS code 00861K
Department of Education and Training (DET)