Rose Bay Secondary College, Dover Heights

Name: Rose Bay Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Hardy St
Town: Dover Heights
Postcode: 2030
State: New South Wales
Region Sydney
Phone: 9301 0300
Fax: 9371 4688
Pupils: 836

Students at Rose Bay Secondary College achieve academic excellence. All are encouraged to reach their full potential by a uniquely broad, flexible curriculum that challenges and inspires them. All have opportunities to succeed.

All students' learning is enriched by an exceptionally active creative and performing arts program. Curriculum options include music, dance, drama, film and TV video production, broadcasting and visual arts. The thriving co-curricular program offers many more opportunities for extension in this area.

Our students learn in an outstanding environment. Our exciting new facilities include science laboratories, theatre and gymnasium and film, music and broadcasting studios. The expansive campus grounds are back dropped by ocean and harbour views, providing excellent opportunities for recreation and outside learning.

The college is equipped with state of the art computer technology that supports our ICT learning programs, among them software development, robotics, film animation and special effects editing, and music composition and editing.

The experienced, dedicated staff members provide traditional and innovative teaching in well managed classrooms. Personal and social responsibility is nurtured, respected and rewarded

Our college has vibrant, strong links with its community, parents, local primary schools and other community organisations and figures, and these are continually developing.


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