Welcome to the Rowville Secondary College Videos page. Our college videos are created by our Media students, who plan, direct, film and create the finished product. Video creation forms part of our student’s assessment tasks in their Media class. *Please note some videos are also created by staff and third parties.  The videos are a snap shot of some of the great things we do at the college.

Enjoy watching our videos and audio recordings below.

Monday 22 June School Assembly

Listen to our school captain messages as they thank everyone for their contribution to term 2 remote learning and for embracing our back-at-school new processes & guidelines.

SRC Isolation Life – West

Watch this video of our SRC students from the West and see what they have been doing in ISO. Remember we are all in this together!

SRC Life in Isolation – East

Watch this video of our SRC students from the East and find out what they have been doing in ISO. We will See you Again soon.

RSA Intermediate Netballers

Watch Video of our Intermediate Netballers take on their remote coaching at home.

Meet our Intermediate Netballers

RSA Junior Netballers

Watch Video of our Junior Netballers take on their remote coaching at home.

Meet our Junior Netballers

2020 ANZAC Day Message

Watch video of our 2020 ANZAC Day video message from our Stynes student leaders.

Bullying is not okay

Rowville Secondary College Student Leaders come together to stand and say Bullying is not okay. This is part of the National Day Against Bullying and Violence on Friday 20 March.

See you again

“Sadly we had to say goodbye to our international student, Eliane Ott in term 1. She was meant to be here until the end of term 2 but due to ongoing international concerns, her parents have asked her to return home tomorrow. To say goodbye we recorded a song for her in VCE Music, with a message to say farewell and thank you.” – Mr. Jake Johnson, Music Director.

Listen to song recorded by our VCE Music – See you again.

R-E-S-P-E-C-T School Song

Our college theme for 2020 is Respect, and to kick this off our teachers and staff participated in a video singing and dancing to a Rowvilized version of the well-known Aretha Franklin song. Here’s the music clip for everyone to listen to.

International Student Program

Picture yourself at school at Rowville Secondary College in Melbourne, Australia. Listen to Ping Ping our International Student from Thailand share her experience and benefits gained of school life at Rowville Secondary College and in our four strengths based programs.

Whole School Assembly | Rock of Ages

Rock on! It’s all about the 80’s! On Tuesday 30 July we held our whole school assembly on both campuses & were treated to a preview performance of the BIG music numbers from our upcoming school production ‘Rock of Ages: High School Edition’. Watch the video.

School Open Nights

Video created by

Izzy Dorazio & Tahlia Carter, Year 11 Students,

This video showcases our 2019 Rowville Secondary College School Open Nights across our Eastern Campus and Western Campus. It’s a great way to see all the engaging and interactive initiatives we offer our students at the college. The video spotlights our four strengths based learning programs – Rowville General Excellence, Rowville Maths & Science Academy, Rowville Sports Academy and Rowville Institute of the Arts. If you missed the open nights, then this video is a must to watch.

*Music in video is royalty free music from bensound.com

ANZAC Day Memorial Service

Video created by

Directed, produced & edited by Callum Chandler, Year 11.

Shot by Callum Chandler – Year 11, Fletcher Brown – Year 12, Jason Lingard – Year 12 & Izzy D’Orazio – Year 11.

This video features our ANZAC Day Memorial Service to commemorate those who served at war. Taking place at our Rowville Secondary College Eastern Campus and led by our Student Leaders, the video also shares insight into what ANZAC day means to our students. The video was created and directed by our students. Lest we forget.

West Side Story – Students perform in the foyer

This video features an impromptu performance in the Arts Centre Melbourne foyer. “As you can see, the general public took quite an interest in our students our school captain, Mao on the piano and the girls singing,” said Teacher, Mr. Lachlan Mackay.

This occurred recently when our Senior Music Specialism students had a night on the town experiencing one of the great joys you can have as a Melburnian – dinner & a show! Students enjoyed the delights of dinner by the rive and then attended a professional production of one of the most acclaimed, influential, and arguably best musicals ever written, West Side Story.