Roma Mitchell Secondary College
Roma Mitchell Secondary College opened as a new multi campus school in 2011 consisting of a co-educational campus, a girls’ education campus and a special education campus all on one site. The school is located only 15 minutes from the Adelaide city centre, close to bus routes, the city parklands and a world-class cycling velodrome and hockey stadium. Roma Mitchell Secondary College, named after Dame Roma Mitchell, the first Australian woman to become a judge, Queen's Counsel, chancellor of an Australian university and governor of an Australian state, has quickly established a reputation for academic achievement and sporting success. This new school is purpose-built to engage students in 21st Century learning with flexible learning spaces and technology rich environments. Roma Mitchell Secondary College is an International Baccalaureate Candidate school implementing the Middle Years Program (IBMYP).
The school is in a unique position of being able to offer a co-educational option for girls and boys and a single sex option for girls on the one site and as a large secondary school, we are able to offer a broad range of academic and vocational subjects, allowing our students to choose a university, TAFE or vocational education and training pathway that best suits them after leaving school.
Students in the senior school (Years 11-12) study the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE). Some students may also choose to study nationally recognised certificates in vocational education and training (VET) at the same time as they complete their SACE. The Special Education Campus and special classes offer a curriculum framed by SACSA and SACE and reflective of student needs."
Middle Years Programme (MYP)
Diploma Programme (DP)
Roma Mitchell is a candidate school for the IB Diploma Programme.