Senior School


Our Senior School students enjoy a new season of independence and education as they explore maturing interests and prepare for life after RJ.

Transitioning from Primary

a new adventure
for our emerging adolescents

All Year 7 students are warmly welcomed into a nurturing environment that will assist them to successfully transition from primary to the multi-faceted disciplines of secondary education.

In this final part of the RJ journey, our students are challenged and equipped to prepare for life beyond RJ as a positive, respectful, and contributing members of society.

Our students are inspired to think logically, creatively and innovatively within our dynamic educational environment. They are encouraged to embrace the academic rigour required to achieve their best, through to the HSC.

Importantly, RJ’s professional and committed Christian teachers are great role models for our maturing students as they journey to adulthood. Teachers facilitate student success through an engaging curriculum, together with enrichment and extension activities, differentiated for individual learning abilities.

Extra-curricular, leadership and service opportunities abound. Focussed welfare support undergirds the development of each student's wellbeing, understanding that they are unique individuals.

Our teaching programs are written from a Christian perspective and encourages the development of enquiring minds that are not afraid to ask questions and search for truth. Students are asked to think deeply about their world and their place in it, and to reflect on the different worldviews they each bring to RJ.

As students consider their future, our Careers Advisor provides thoughtful guidance, providing information regarding traineeships, apprenticeships, scholarship opportunities and university applications.

Our contemporary Paul Cockrem Senior Learning Centre provides our Year 11 and 12 students, an inspiring learning environment as they embrace adulthood.

The best part of RJ was definitely the teachers, especially during the senior years. The teachers constantly went out of their way to ensure students could succeed through providing countless resources, tailoring their teaching styles to the needs of the class and through inspiring the class by being excellent role models.
Mr Hassan Shaikh (ATAR 99.95)