At St Rita’s, students are encouraged to question rather than to assume, to challenge rather than to conform, and to take the lead rather than to follow.

With an unfaltering belief in the transforming power of education, St Rita’s provides its students with a holistic learning experience where creativity and critical thinking exist together and where self-respect is more precious than self-importance.

St Rita’s College aims to provide a stimulating learning environment across the academic, vocational and cocurricular disciplines. Our academic results in NAPLAN testing, OP achievements and scholarship attainments continue to stand out as among some of the most impressive in the State, and we foster a positive learning environment based on mutual respect and open communication. The St Rita’s student will work independently and in teams, experience collaborative learning, and involve themselves in decision making and leadership from Year 7 through to Year 12.

The curriculum framework at St Rita’s is underpinned by the values of a Catholic school in the Presentation tradition and embeds Catholic Social Teaching into all subjects across all Year levels. A clear focus is maintained on continually reviewing and revising our curriculum so that it addresses the most relevant, proven, innovations in the constantly changing world of education and continues to cater for broad learning abilities through pedagogy and support programs in the aim for each girl to achieve her personal best.

One of the greatest strengths of the St Rita’s classroom practice is the commitment of our dedicated staff to work in partnership with parents and guardians to enable our students to achieve to the best of their ability. It is only by working together that we can deliver a quality, satisfying and enjoyable curriculum that empowers and invigorates young women to leave our College with positive mental habits and excellent preparation for further learning and work beyond school.