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Jirrah is a proud Wiradjuri man who is currently in Year 12 at Gorokan High School. He is following a HSC + ATAR pathway. Find out how his strong connection to Culture is helping him to navigate his HSC journey.
Sarah is a proud Wiradjuri woman who graduated from St Mary’s Senior High School in 2006. Find out out how she succeeded in becoming a doctor and why it is important to her that she isn’t the last Aboriginal student to complete her HSC.
A proud Goombi woman from the Wiradjuri nation, currently in Year 12 at
Northlakes High School.
Paris is a proud Darug woman who graduated from Plumpton High School in 2021. She followed a HSC + ATAR pathway. Read more to find out how she succeed in breaking stereotypes on her journey towards attaining a HSC. You can find out more about this pathway on our journey toward the HSC page.
Greg Miskelly showcases a new study that reveals the importance culture plays in helping Aboriginal students complete their HSC.
A proud Gamilaraay man from Peel High School.
The number of Aboriginal HSC graduates at Dubbo College Senior Campus reaches a new high.
Milan is a Wiradjuri woman who graduated from high school in 2021. Read more to find out how she found herself studying Bio-medicine whilst playing for Perth Glory in the A-League Women.
Hunter is a proud Wiradjuri woman who graduated from Byron Bay High School in 2021. She followed a HSC pathway. Read more to find out how her strong connection to Culture helped her to navigate her HSC journey. You can find out more about this pathway on our journey towards the HSC page.
Shaun is a proud Gomeroi man, originally from Walhallow but now living in the north-west of NSW in Tamworth. Find out how he completed the HSC in 1992 and now owns a successful Aboriginal-owned business.
Tahlia is an Aboriginal woman from the Warri Warri and Wiradjuri mob. She has just finished her HSC following an SBAT pathway. Read more to find out how her job experience helped her decide on a university course.
Tia is a proud Bundjalung woman and is currently in Year 12 at South
Grafton High school. Once finishing the HSC she hopes to go to university to study environmental science.