Shape her future

Why a Girls’ only Campus?

The girls campus is designed accommodate 400 girls from years 8 to 12.

Research both here and overseas has confirmed that girls’ educational success can be improved through single sex education.

The research has shown that girls working in an environment without the distraction of boys can be more successful. There are also more opportunities for girls to take up leadership roles and to engage in curriculum that explores the experiences of being female and understand better the challenges that face women and girls in all societies.

The commitment to maintaining a girls’ only campus was made when the local high schools, one of which was Gepps Cross Girls’ High School, amalgamated to form the Roma Mitchell Secondary College.

For more information about girls’ education success, click on the video link below:

Curriculum overview and frameworks…

The curriculum for Roma Mitchell Secondary College is based on two key curriculum frameworks. They are:

  • The Australian Curriculum
  • The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP)

To view the RMSC Curriculum for 2020 download Roma Mitchell Secondary College Curriculum Handbook 2020 The 2021 Curriculum Handbook for 2021 is currently in progress and will be published in Term 2, 2020.

Transition to High School through Middle Schooling

To support year 8 and 9 students to be successful and happy in their transition to High School, we have a middle school structure that minimises the number of teachers students have in their first two years.

The students’ Care Group teacher will also teach them for at least two other subjects. This facilitates more effective communication between teachers and families and establishes strong relationships to support learning.

We deliver the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP) for all Years 8-10 students in our Girls’ and Co-Educational campuses.

This is a rigorous academic curriculum framework being used in a growing number of public and private schools across Australia and internationally. Our teaching and learning programs are developed with reference to the IBMYP and the Australian curriculum materials.

Students are also given every opportunity to pursue their passions and talents through our extra programs:

As part of Roma Mitchell Secondary College we are implementing the Australian Curriculum and the International Baccalaureate for the middle years.

There is a Gifted and Talented program that is part of the program in place for the whole college.

Some girls are involved in the Specialist Sport Program and some Aboriginal girls are participating in the South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy program.

There is additional support for students who have English as an Additional Language and Dialect and for students with a Negotiated Education Plan (NEP) at every year level.

Register your interest in our Specialist Sport Program for girls


The Specialist Sport Programs (SSP) at Roma Mitchell Secondary College allow elite players and those with strong potential, the opportunity to develop, perform and compete at the highest level.

We offer high quality mentoring and training programs in soccer, cricket and AFL W partnering with industry sports associations to give our girls access to the best sports training, motivation and innovation in the state.

Our students are guided by talented coaches and sporting industry leaders all the while being supported in high quality education.

You can download more details including an application form at Specialist Sport Program

Register to enrol (Enrolment Enquiry)

Date for Applications to be returned by May 11, 2020

All year 7 to 12 students are eligible to apply for entry into the Girls’ Education Campus at Roma Mitchell Secondary College by completing an application form.  Please complete the information and application by clicking here (for a paper version)

Or click the button below to complete an electronic application.

Please complete all sections of the application and return* to or deliver to –

Stamatia Overell, Head of Girls’ Education Campus, RMSC

*Please remember to include a copy of your daughters most recent school report with the application.

Application for Girls' only Education