The opportunity for extension and support at Ringwood Secondary College is a dynamic feature of the teaching and learning program. Teacher flexibility and expertise allow for a rich program throughout the year.
ACE – Achievement, Commitment, Excellence – A program for high ability students.
The College ACE program for high achieving students is offered to students in Y 7 – 10.
The aim of the program is to engage and challenge high ability students to reach their full intellectual, social and emotional potential in an enriched educational program. It is offered to students who demonstrate academic skills above those of their peer group, are self-directed and strongly motivated to achieve academically.
The ACE class progresses into Years 9 & 10, where students continue to participate in a rigorous and challenging curriculum in their core subjects. In Year 9, students will also select elective studies as part of their program.
In Year 10, students will have the opportunity to undertake one or two VCE subjects (Units 1 and 2). This will allow them to study one or two Year 12 studies (Units 3 and 4) in Year 11 and provide them with the opportunity to study a University Enhancement Study in Year 12.
For more details on the ACE program, please contact Mrs Annette Niven on 9870 2002.
Extension programs at Ringwood Secondary College cater to our students’ needs. Within the classroom, the curriculum delivery and modes of assessment are adjusted and monitored to cater to the abilities of students. Teachers are trained to identify students who require enrichment and enhancement and students are provided with opportunities to participate in a rich and varied extracurricular program.
Extension activities include:
Literacy and Numeracy support is extended to Year 9 students with specialist classes designed to meet the learning needs of students.
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.