Ruyton Girl’s Schoolis a well established, successful independent girls’ school situated in Melbourne.

Scripsi: creative writing publication
showcases the Senior School students’ considerable talent for creative and persuasive writing. Included are winners of the Isobelle Carmody Award and Boroondara Literary Awards. Published annually, it is presented to final year students as part of a leaving package.

The 2010 Ruytonian Year Book
is produced in cooperation with final year students who formalise a particular theme that they identify with. The publication is produced in both softback and hardback formats, the latter being presented as a gift to the final year students. This year’s theme was ‘Film’.

The 2009 Ruytonian
Year Book

the theme chosen by students for this year’s publication was ‘Newspapers’.

The 2008 Ruytonian
Year Book

the theme chosen by students for this year’s publication was ‘Alice in Wonderland’. As the 130 year commemorative issue, we recommended producing it in a landscape format with additional dust jacket to distinguish it from previous years and identify it as a ‘special’ issue.

The Ruyton Reporter is a broadsheet seasonal newsletter that is circulated throughout the current and past Ruyton community to inform on school matters, successful events and showcase students achievements.