Learning for the future at The Riverina Anglican College

College leaders vice captains Martha McCready, Abby Murray with captains Elise Jay and Salvino Mamo (middle) and fellow vice captains Luke Maslin and Angus Malmo.
College leaders vice captains Martha McCready, Abby Murray with captains Elise Jay and Salvino Mamo (middle) and fellow vice captains Luke Maslin and Angus Malmo.

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The Riverina Anglican College places students in the centre of their educational experience.

A culture of thinking, learning, excellence and inclusivity is evident in all facets of College life.

“Students become empowered by an ever-growing understanding of the world around them, through our immersive cultural experience, and are supported by life-long friendships,” principal Paul Humble said.

Open night

See why the College is the perfect place for secondary education at the open night on Tuesday March 13 from 5.30pm. Prospective parents and students can explore everything College has to offer and experience first-hand the exciting opportunities that await them upon enrolment.

The open night will commence with presentations from key members of staff and students including information about the College becoming an International Baccalaureate World School followed by tours through the beautiful and spacious College grounds.

Future focus

In 2018 more than $4 million will be invested in facilities and technology.

The addition of a dedicated STEM building will enable students to be engaged in using emerging technologies, enhancing students critical thinking skills.

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The College’s master plan includes the upgrade of facilities for the Agriculture Plot set on more than five hectares where students will experience the latest advancements in agricultural technology.

The College is proud of its ties with Charles Sturt University. Building partnerships with local educational stakeholders is a key to the ever-evolving educational platforms being offered.


“We believe our teachers and support staff are our most valuable resources,” Mr Humble said.

Pathways for professional development are astringently targeted, enabling every staff member to become highly effective and innovative educators.

Parents, teachers, staff and the College community want all students to flourish in their education and co-curricular activities.

“We want our students to feel safe and to be challenged in their learning, to strive for excellence whilst achieving their own ambitious goals,” Mr Humble said.

Teachers routinely go beyond the call of duty to ensure they are facilitating fun, invigorating and purposeful learning experiences.

Students consistently achieve impressive results across all levels of their education. The Alumni pursue careers in a range of disciplines in Australia and around the world.  

This reflects the considered and engaged approach to lifelong learning that is characteristic of a Riverina Anglican College education.


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