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Curriculum

All students at Roma State College are exposed to a range of curriculum experiences. Students from Prep to year 10 study the National Curriculum for English, Maths, and Science. 2012 was the first year of implementation for this curriculum and in 2013, Humanities will also be included. Primary students also study the other Key Learning Areas (KLAs) throughout the year, including Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Physical Education (PE) and Arts. Students in years 6 to 8 study Languages other than English (LOTE), currently Japanese.

Secondary students select elective subjects to study in addition to the core subjects. Year 8 students study one elective each term, allowing them the opportunity to study four different electives throughout the year. Year 9 students select and study two electives subjects in addition to the core subjects of Mathematics, English, Science, Humanities and HPE. Year 10 students also select and study two elective subjects in addition to the core subjects of Mathematics, English, Science, Humanities and Career Course Education (CCE). Students in Years 11 and 12 select from two main pathways, Overall Position (OP) which is a tertiary entrance rank for students University bound or Vocational Education. The range of subjects offered cater for both of these pathways, including options for TAFE based subjects or Certificate I or II subjects based at the Senior Campus. 

Students also have the opportunity to involve themselves in a vast array of extra-curricular activities, focusing on sporting, academic and cultural pursuits.

An Instrumental Music program is available to all students in Years 3 to 12, including strings (Years 3 to 12), woodwind, percussion and brass (Years 4 to 12).