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S.T.E.M. Stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and Rosmini College is very proud to announce the launch of their S.T.E.M. Cell. In short this group will serve as an innovation think-tank to help students (years 9-13) who have a passion for these fields of study to engage in meaningful research while solving real-world problems.

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The following ongoing research by Rosmini College college students displays not only the exciting opportunities that are available for our students at the college but also the sort of things they are able to achieve when they embrace these opportunities.


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The Year 12 Hospitality and Catering students are analyzing the issues in provision of food for a high performance athlete.

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The 2015 Language Perfect World Championships were held from Monday, 18th May – Thursday, 28th May.  All Rosmini College French students from Year 9 through to Year 13 took part in this competition and they achieved a total of 330,544 points. This outstanding result meant that Rosmini College is the first in the world for French and 24th in the world for all languages combined. Year 11 student, Sekuini Tanimo (15) of Beachhaven was once again, for the third time in a row, the World Champion in Samoan. Sekuini scored an incredible 7,255 points which is his highest score ever. Language Perfect is a popular online language learning resource used by more than 1,000 schools around the world. The Championships involved over 1,000 schools and 300,000 students from around the world competing against each other to learn vocabulary online, earn points and gain awards. 

The 2015 Japanese Trivia Championships were held in the Tindall Auditorium on Tuesday, 19thMay. This very successful event was open to all Years 7 – 10 students. In Years 7– 8 the first prize was won by the team consisting of James Sadlier, Flynn Johnston and Yamato Inoue, and coming in second were Caesar Li, Joseph Sia, Aston Hoskins and Matthew Woodard.

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