We are building an even better future

Ringwood Secondary College is a co-educational public secondary school located in the eastern suburb of Ringwood in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

We are building an even better future

Ringwood Secondary College is a co-educational public secondary school located in the eastern suburb of Ringwood in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Principal’s Welcome

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Ringwood Secondary College website. 

We are a truly dynamic, vibrant and globally engaged school located at the gateway to the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne. The website will provide you with a wealth of information about the College, its programs, policies, activities and opportunities to be involved as active members of our community. 

Our College has a long and successful tradition of academic excellence and innovative learning practices. Our staff take great pride in providing a safe and secure learning environment, whilst at the same time providing a full range of dynamic and challenging academic and extracurricular programs. 

Regular updates of this website will keep visitors, and particularly current and prospective parents, in touch with the latest news and excitement of school life at Ringwood.

Our Vision

Ringwood Secondary College fosters a learning community that caters for the unique academic, social and emotional needs of all our members. It is achieved through:

  • Learning to be yourself
  • Learning to do
  • Learning to think
  • Learning to live together

Ringwood’s core objectives are to ensure that students have all the skills, knowledge and attributes that would be expected after 13 years of schooling, so that their personal growth enables them to have the capacity to participate as responsible and productive citizens in a global community.

Rosina Fotia
Principal

Rosina Fotia - Principal and Students

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Acknowledgement of Country

We, the students at Ringwood Secondary College, acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land we are meeting on today.

We appreciate the waterways, mountains, skies, plants and animals from this land and thank our ancestors for their ceremonies of story-telling, music, dance and celebration.

We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and promise to learn to live in a community that is part of the oldest living culture on Earth and move forwards together to a place of equity, justice and partnership.

We recognise that First Nations sovereignty was never ceded. This was and always will be Aboriginal Land.