Worawa Aboriginal College provides a holistic education and boarding experience for young Aboriginal women in the secondary years of schooling (Years 7-12) who come from Aboriginal communities in urban, regional and remote Australia.


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Pathways to Womanhood

Provides opportunities for students to develop their self confidence and self-esteem grounded in their Indigenous heritage but ready to take their place in the broader Australian Society.

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Debutant Dreaming

The Worawa version of a Debutante Ball may, at first glance look like any other. However, there are many essential differences. Our students spend time living together and sharing deeply about what it is to be a young Aboriginal women in today’s Australia.

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Ranger Program

Under the banner of Caring for Country, in partnership with the Healesville Sanctuary, the College operates a Cadet Ranger Program, a vocational, educational, recreational and personal development program. The Worawa Cadet Ranger Program is founded upon a ‘ hands-on, learning by doing’ philosophy and expands the existing Aboriginal social and cultural heritage program established at Worawa Aboriginal College.


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