2017 will mark the College’s 150th birthday. Such an auspicious milestone could not have been reached without the thousands of young women and men, teachers and parents whose stories have stitched the fabric of Rosebank’s history and unfolded its future.
“As the College approaches 150 years, we are seeking to reconnect with as many people as possible who have a story, memory or artefact to share and to help us complete the intricate and colourful tapestry that is Rosebank College,” said College Archivist Mr Robert Beazley.
This includes teachers and staff too!
Mr Beazley explains, “Everyone with a connection to Rosebank is very important. Please do not count yourself as insignificant.”
You can assist by getting in touch if:
- You are an ex-student, former teacher or past parent of the College
- You have any old uniforms (particularly from the 1930s – 1950s) that the College can use to either photograph or recreate
- You are the relative of a deceased mother/aunty/cousin/grandmother etc. who attended Rosebank and can recall any conversation you had about Rosebank
- You have any photos (particularly from the 19th century), exercise books, diaries, medals, trophies, yearbooks or other memorabilia from your time at the College
Mr Beazley is extremely keen to hear from anyone who can contribute. Contact details are: firstname.lastname@example.org or 9713 3155.