An Active Community and Parent Association

In a world where one’s idea of “community” seems increasingly fragmented, Roseville College wholeheartedly partners with a dedicated Parent Association to foster and protect the special sense of community enjoyed by families at Roseville College.

The Roseville College Parents’ Association (RCPA) seeks to facilitate and protect the enduring sense of community enjoyed at the school.  A close ally of the College, the RCPA Volunteers work with staff to help new families settle into school life, to support the learning outcomes of students or uphold families in times of distress, to raise funds for continuous improvements around the campus, to coordinate social events, and sponsor friendship in our community.

All parents and guardians of current students are also members of the RCPA, and are encouraged to join the RCPA Committee and/or become a Volunteer at the school.

RCPA Volunteers greatly enhance life at Roseville College by participating in a range of activities. They include: helping girls with reading, assisting and fundraising for continuous improvements around the campus and supporting extra-curricular opportunities (such as  rowing or debating), marshalling and helping at school carnivals, preparing frozen meals for families in times of distress, serving in our school Canteen or Uniform Shop, or meeting regularly with others for prayer. Our strong Class Parent Network also organises social and friend-raising events for their child’s respective classes and year groups.

Find out about current opportunities for participation – and areas at school that welcome parent involvement – by contacting the Community Relations Office on 9884 1100.