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Roma Mitchell Girls' Campus


Why a Girls’ only Campus?

As part of our commitment to excellence in education and optimising schooling outcomes, we are
proud to offer a girls’ only campus within Roma Mitchell Secondary College designed to
accommodate 500 girls from years 7 to 12.

The RMSC Girls’ Education Campus focuses on promoting leadership, academic excellence and
empowerment, while offering all the same subjects and facilities available to students in the Co-
education Campus, including a focus on STEM subjects, the International Baccalaureate Diploma
Program, an Enrichment Program and the Specialist Sports Program.

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

The research has shown that for some girls working in an environment without the distraction of boys can lead to more success. 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 to better understand the challenges that women and girls face in all societies.


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 2021 download Roma Mitchell Secondary College Curriculum Handbook 2021

Download the 2021 Curriculum Handbook

The 2022 Curriculum Handbook for 2022 is currently in progress and will be published in Term 2, 2021.

Transition to High School through Middle Schooling

To support year 7, 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.

International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program

We deliver the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP) for all Years 7-10 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.

Extra Programs

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

Additional Support

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.

Specialist Sport Program

The Specialist Sport Program (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 AFLW 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.

We can also provide support for Aboriginal girls participating in the South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy program.

You can find out more and apply Specialist Sport Program page.

Register your interest

Registrations of interest for positions in this program close Friday 9th April 2021.

To find out more or to book a tour of our facilities, please contact the College on 08 8161 4600 or email


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