About Year 11 and 12. In 2018 Worawa Aboriginal College is introducing the Victorian Certificate in Applied Learning (VCAL). This is a ‘hands-on’ certificate that is a recognized senior secondary year 11 and 12 qualifications. Find out more about VCAL.
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Walk in Two Worlds is a collection of art proudly produced by the students of Worawa in 2017 that will be on display at the Sandra Bardas Gallery at Worawa from Wednesday 13 December 2017.
A Beautiful Garden set in the Breathtaking Ancient Splendour of the Yarra Valley. Warwick and Paulette Bisley warmly invite you to enjoy their garden and life’s work.
On our Presentation Day we acknowledge and reward the achievement of our students and we extend an invitation to you to join with us in this celebration.
Term 3 Newsletter 2017 now available for download. Art at Worawa, Deakin University COLLAB17 Project, Sports Academy,
Emerging Sports Talent, Congratulations to Our Under 13’s Netball Team and more.
Term 2 Newsletter 2017 now available for download. Reconciliation Sports Carnival, Indigenous Weather Knowledge, Deloitte Reconciliation Action Plan,
Cadet Ranger Program, Worawa Principal Honoured and more.
Among the notable Australians pausing to reflect on the 50th anniversary of the historic 1967 Aboriginal referendum will be the one-time model, turned pillar of Indigenous education, Lois Peeler. By Luke Waters. This is a story about Lois Peeler on inspiring the next generation of Indigenous Australians – SBS.
Imagine leaving behind your family, your country, your way of life. All at the age of 12. That is what it takes for young women to pursue an education at Worawa Aboriginal College. This is a story about how Worawa College empowering young Aboriginal women with skills and confidence by photojournalist Jane Cowan, ABC News.
Term 1 Newsletter 2017 now available for download. The Hyllus Maris Memorial Lecture, Worawa Hawks defeated Maroondah Magic, Sustainability at Worawa, National Indigenous Training Academy and Uluru and more.
Hyllus Maris (1934-1986) was many things: activist, artist, cultural leader and philosopher. Above all, she was a visionary, who used her many talents to stand up for what she believed in. Her success in establishing Victoria’s first and only Aboriginal school challenged the education status quo and has been unlocking young people’s potential ever since.