Kincoppal – Rose Bay

Kincoppal-Rose Bay School of the Sacred Heart is a leading Catholic independent school that is part of the international network of Sacred Heart schools.

School Founded
1882
Student Numbers
900+
Affiliation
Catholic
Gender
Co-educational
Year Levels
ELC – YEAR 12
Boarding
Yes
www.krb.nsw.edu.au

(02) 9388 6014

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New South Head Road

Rose Bay

New South Wales

2029

Kincoppal-Rose Bay School of the Sacred Heart is a leading Catholic independent school that is part of the international network of Sacred Heart schools. Located in Rose Bay in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, the School consists of a co-educational Junior School (P-6) and girl’s only Senior School (day and boarding 7-12). Our students are encouraged to be leaders. Opportunities for leadership take place in the classroom, in sporting programs or through mentoring other students. Students from ELC to Year 12 are given the opportunities, confidence and skills to become future leaders who can transform their world. With over 130 years of educating hearts and minds, Kincoppal-Rose Bay prepares its students for lives of courage and confidence; educating them to discover their purpose, develop their talents and passions, and commit themselves to service as global citizens.

ELC: For more information on our ELC curriculum visit http://www.krb.nsw.edu.au/1893/learning/early-learning-centre

Junior School: For more information on our Junior School curriculum visit http://www.krb.nsw.edu.au/1894/learning/primary-to-junior-k-6-

Senior School: For more information on our Senior School curriculum visit http://www.krb.nsw.edu.au/1895/learning/senior-7-12-

Kincoppal-Rose Bay offers students a diverse range of opportunities to challenge themselves both in and out of the classroom. From our gifted and talented program to becoming involved in social justice initiatives, students can be the best they can be within a supportive community. KRB also offers an extensive co-curricular program. We believe there is a strong relationship between co-curricular activities and academic achievement. That’s why all senior students are required to participate in at least one co-curricular activity each year. Junior school students are involved in activities such as debating and public speaking as part of their curriculum. They may also engage in other activities outside school hours.

For more information on our co-curricular program visit http://www.krb.nsw.edu.au/2040/learning/co-curricular

• Performing Arts/Drama Centre

• Visual Arts Centre

• Library resource Centres x 2

• Design & Technology Centre

• Music Technology Suite

• Community Learning Spaces

• Science Labs

• Lecture Theatre

• Gym

• Netball and Tennis Courts

• Sports Field

• Darkroom

• IT Labs

• Media Suite

• Dance Studio

• Indoor and Outdoor Swimming pools

• Multi-Purpose Auditorium

• Cross Country Course

• Cricket Nets

• Basketball Courts

• Café

• Extensive grounds overlooking the iconic Sydney Harbour

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