Rosenkranz Centre for Excellence and Achievement

The Rosenkranz Centre for Excellence and Achievement was endowed in 1997, through the generosity of Judy and Leon Goldman in honour of Betty and Shmuel Rosenkranz who devoted themselves with intellect, integrity and commitment, to the development of so many communal organisations for over 60 years.

The Rosenkranz Centre for Excellence and Achievement is the focal point of enrichment and extension programs, supplementing the curriculum throughout all levels of the school and catering for different groupings — whole class, small groups and individuals.

Opportunities include full year–level enrichment programs, small group enrichment workshops and weekly mentoring sessions that allow individual students to meet with mentors to explore areas and topics specific to their strengths and interests. 
The Rosenkranz Centre is also a focal point for the enrichment and extension of learning and teaching pedagogies. Guided and supported by our relationship with Project Zero at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, The Rosenkranz Centre works with teachers across all sub schools to develop and foster pedagogical practices that build rich and deep cultures of thinking, a culture that permeates The College, and prepares our community for the dispositions they will need to succeed in an ever evolving world.