Rochester Secondary College is a coeducational 7-12 secondary college of 410 pupils situated 180km north of Melbourne and provides for the educational needs of a mixture of rural and semi-rural communities which includes the township of Rochester and surrounding districts. The College is set in attractive grounds and boasts excellent facilities to deliver a comprehensive curriculum.
Our size enables us to be large enough to offer a broad curriculum but small enough to deliver personalised individual attention. Continue reading about our school.
The Queensland trip bus has been delayed and they are due to arrive back about 6:45 this evening.
Waranga were this year’s winners of the house athletics. The house spirit cup was jointly won by Burnewang and Restdown.
It has been said that by 2020 Australia will need and extra 100,000 workers if it is to keep pace with the rising demand for information and communications technology skills. On Wednesday, June 22nd, Rochester Secondary College held an Information … Continue reading
Specialist educators from the Gene Technology Access Centre (GTAC) in Melbourne conducted an activity with all Year 10 students and Unit 4 Biology students on Wednesday, June 15. Students investigated why tolerance to lactose in modern humans is much more … Continue reading
The theme this year was ‘Around the World’.
Waranga house won the swimming sports. Have a look at photos taken on the day.
Last Thursday, Year 10 students in 902 Investigative Science went to Shepparton to the Cows Create Careers presentation day. Students thought the day was educational and entertaining. Unfortunately no teams won a prize, but The Heifalumps were acknowledged as the … Continue reading
As part of our Year 10 Investigative Science class, we were given the opportunity to raise two calves for three weeks. Our class had a visit from dairy consultant Cameron, who taught the class a bit about what it’s like … Continue reading
On Monday the 7th of September the Year 7 students were lucky to have the Questacon Smart Skills sessions visit school. The focus of the day was design and forces in relation to bridge and platforms. Students used tablet to … Continue reading
On Tuesday the 4th of August, our 902 Investigative Science Class took the train to Bendigo and went to Bendigo South East College for the Science and Engineering challenge. We were put in groups and were assigned to different challenges. … Continue reading