At Rosehill Secondary College, the Mathematics team offers an engaging and inclusive course of Mathematics to all of our students.

In years 7 and 8, as well as participating in standard Mathematics classes, students have an additional subject, Enhanced Numeracy.  This subject is used to target the Numeracy needs of students and to expand the development of their Numeracy skills as they progress through the school.

To enhance mathematics students the school offers RAMP (Rosehill Accelerated Mathematics Program). Students are recommended for the program by their mathematics teacher. In RAMP, small group of 10 – 15 students are taught advanced mathematics to prepare them for the more advanced VCE mathematics courses.

In year 10 students are recommended for three different mathematical pathways:
Foundation Mathematics
General Mathematics
Advanced Mathematics
These subjects lead seamlessly in to VCE Mathematics.

In year 10 an elective entitled Trigonometry and Calculus is offered to students to help to prepare them for the more advanced VCE mathematics courses.

University Mathematics is proffered in year 12 to students who have really excelled in Mathematics during their time at the school.  This is in addition to their VCE studies.  Successful completion of this course allows students to receive ‘credits’ for their first year at university.

Rosehill Secondary College is accredited under the Department of Education and Trainings CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider name and code: Department of Education and Training, 00861K).
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