For over a century, Roseville College has been delivering quality education for our students. Ours is a community that spans generations, with a shared sense of connection, heritage and belonging.

Founded in 1908

Roseville College was founded in 1908 by Miss Isobel Davies, the daughter of a retired Welsh clergyman. Seven pupils, a small playing field and a cottage known as ‘Hinemoa’ (named after a Maori princess) formed the humble beginnings of Roseville College. By the end of the first year, the school was established with 24 students. Naturally, the school has grown over the years, but it still retains the intimate, thoughtful and caring atmosphere of Miss Davies’ little school.

Our Principals 

Ms Deb Magill

BEd MECh MACE MACEL Principal (2017–current)

Mrs Megan Krimmer

BA DipEd MEd MACE Principal (2011–2016)

Dr Briony Scott

BSc Agr MEd EdD (Syd.) Principal (2006–2011)

Mrs Elaine Collin

BA DipEd MSc Principal (2000–2006)

Mrs Joy Yeo

BA DipEd DipSpeech/Drama Principal (1985–1999)

Mrs Mary Richardson

BSc MACE Headmistress (1972–1984)

Mrs M Higgins-Honey

BA MACE Headmistress (1959–1972)

Miss E McMaster Horner

BA Headmistress (1953–1958)

Miss Cynthia Rogers

BA Headmistress (1948–1952)

Mrs Isobel Davies

BA DipEd Founder and Headmistress (1908–1948)

Acknowledgement of Country


We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, the Cammeraygal people of the Eora nation. On this land they taught their children their beliefs, knowledge and culture and we pay our respect to them as we seek to do the same for our children.