Halls of Recognition

The College Enjoys Four Halls of Recognition

Sporting Hall of Fame

The Sporting Hall of Fame which includes current or ex students who have excelled in a sporting endeavour. Inductees have represented Victoria or Australia in their chosen field and exemplify the qualities of true sportsmanship. Sports recognised include: Aerobics, Football, Ice-skating, Baseball, Badminton and Olympic Canoeing plus many more.

Science Hall of Excellence

The Science Hall of Excellence credits endeavours in fields of medicine, science, engineering and this hall is on display in the science corridor. Noted professions encompass: dentistry, psychiatry, botany, genetics, forensic science, medicine and immunology. The diversity of science and fields of expertise continues to be far reaching.

Arts Hall of Achievement

The Arts Hall of Achievement recognises talent across a diverse spectrum. Director of Circus Arts, Entertainers, Musicians, Fashion Designers, Illustrators, Journalists are but a few of the career directions. The creative and performance criteria of this Hall demonstrates the rich learning and experiences that helped forge such career achievements.

Hall of Heritage

The Hall of Heritage – our fourth hall of acclaim – was launched in 2009 to recognize community commitment and endeavour. It promotes an overarching presence in acknowledging many years of service as well as noted accomplishments.  

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.