Digital Media Awards:

The Roleystone Academy of Digital Media award winning films and credits include:

• Past student employed on internationally recognised series Outlander
• Past student employed within the lighting department, including work on locally produced feature films and the 2019 ABC series The Heights.
• Several past students currently at various film-based Universities, with pathways to the film and television industry.
• 16 screened extras on the Australian feature film, Paper Planes, Directed by Robert Connolly, starring Sam Worthington and Ed Oxenbould
• Winner, Smarter than Smoking Young Directors' Festival four consecutive years 2011-2014 (30 second anti-smoking commercial)
• Official selection, 2014 Flickerfest (Flickerup Schools Category). Last Letter and Chained Freedom
• Winner, 2014 Armadale FilmFest (Schools Category). Last Letter
• Winner, 2013 Atwell Film Festival (Under-18 short film category). Last Letter
• 2013 ATOM Awards finalists, Last Letter
• 2015 Dairy Australia Advertisement 1st Place Winners


The Principal’s Honours Club:

Awards children from Pre-Primary to Year 10 who have achieved an (A-) average or better at the end of a semester in English, Maths, Science and HASS (English and Maths only for P-3) and no worse than a C grade in any subject.

This achievement by our students promotes academic excellence in the College.

  • In 2018 Semester 1, there were 51 students and in second semester, 84 students, with 41 achieving first class honours – that’s more than 10% of the student population achieving an (A-) average or better.
  • In 2017 Semester 2, there were 50 students, with 11 gaining first class honours for achieving the award in both semesters.
  • In 2017 Semester 1, there were 24 students across the school that achieved this award. That was 3% of the school population.

Some students were also recognised as achieving First Class Honours two years in a row which is a wonderful achievement.

Sporting Achievements:

Roleystone Community College continues to impress with the quality of sporting prowess amongst its students with a number of outstanding athletes and sporting superstars helping the College excel at District and Interschool competitions.

The Dale Districts Athletes Shield has been held by RCC since 2015, with the College also holding the DDSA Interschool Cross Country Championships for 5 years.

Netball is a specialist program at RCC, and our athletes continue to aspire to be the best at all aspects of the game and winning numerous competitions.

2019 Netball Lightning Carnivals for Yrs 8 and 9
• Yr 8 girls Won Division 2
• Yr 9 girls First in Pool 2
• Second in pool 3

2019 SSWA Netball High School Cup Yrs 7 to 10
• Two year 7/8 teams and one year 9/10 team competed in five back to back games against schools from all across the south region

In 2017 our Netball girls also claimed the West Coast Fever Cup.

In 2017 and 2016 two Year 8 teams and a Year 9 Netball team were victorious in the South East High School Sport Association’s Lightning Carnivals, held against schools within the "hills zone” - Darling Range Sports College, Lesmurdie SHS, Kalamunda SHS, Kent Street SHS, Belmont City College, Como Secondary College and Cannington Community College.

In 2010 RCC, as Roleystone District High School stamped its authority on the DDSA Winter Netball Carnival, winning three years in a row, and then taking the title back in 2014, 2017 and 2018.

When the College participated in the Country Week series of sports, as Roleystone District High School, it was successful in winning the 2016 Volleyball Championship.

Academic Achievements:

On Monday 31 July 2017 Principal Mark Brookes attended an afternoon tea hosted by Local Federal MP Andrew Hastie.  Three lucky students from RCC, Kieran Ireland, Jasmine Jeronimo and Mia Williams, also attended with Mr Brookes.

 At the event they got to meet the then Prime Minister of Australia Mr Malcolm Turnbull, who took part in an informal discussion with them around the topic, ‘The role we play in shaping Australia’s future.”

These students were able to take part in the once in a lifetime opportunity by winning a school based competition where they wrote an application with their thoughts on the topic.