Rouse Hill Anglican College is an independent Christian school situated in Rouse Hill in Sydney’s north-west.
It is an Anglican co-educational school for students from Kindergarten to Year Twelve.
The College was established in 2002 and has grown rapidly in line with population growth in the local area.
In its short history, it has established a reputation for pastoral care, academic excellence and the
development of the individual potential of students.
The College motto, 'Understanding Through Christ', emphasises the Christian foundation of the College and
our reliance on the teachings of Christ to provide direction and purpose for our lives.
‹Congratulations to Lachlan G (Year 4) who was place in the top
20 for the Under 12s in both Giant Slalom and Skier Cross at the
Australian Children's Championships!
‹Congratulations to Kiara C (Year 8) on her selection for the 2014
U12 Ladies Indoor Netball State Team representing NSW at the
Indoor Netball Australia Junior Nationals in Perth this December.
‹Congratulations to Alexandra M (Year 6) who was named as the
competition winner for naming the Norwest Rail Link Tunnel Boring
Machine "Elizabeth" after Elizabeth Rouse of Rouse Estate.
‹Congratulations to Lachlan G (Year 4) who has been invited to represent
the College at the NSW State Snow Sport Championships aThredbo
‹Congratulations again to Georgia R (Year 8) who, with her partner, Kira, won a
gold medal for Australia at the Indo Pacific Championships and now enjoys
the title of U17 Womens Syncronised Indo Pacific Champion!.