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Roseville College Celebrates 110 Years of Realising Purpose
Release Date: 27-Feb-2018 | Go Back
Roseville College, established in 1908, celebrates another milestone next week, marking 110 Years of realising purpose in the lives of young Australian women.
The College celebrates its 110th anniversary with a series of dedicated birthday events, beginning with a family Thanksgiving Service at the College on Sunday 25 February, followed by a traditional Birthday Assembly for the students on Tuesday. Throughout the week, the College will also host a number of tailored events for parents, the College’s wider community and its Old Girls.
Roseville College’s current, and 10th Principal, Ms Deb Magill, says celebrating is important in the life of any community.
“Since 1908, many families and students have likened Roseville College to an extension of home. Birthdays are a wonderful excuse to gather and be thankful; not only for the amazing environment; but for each other. Past and present.
“In 110 years, ten Headmistresses and Principals have led Roseville College, and five of these women attended our 110 Years Thanksgiving Service. That makes this service a particularly historic event for the College,” she says.
110 Year events will continue throughout the year, including a Learning Festival and Open Day on Saturday 26 May.
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