Wadja Wadja

An independent non-denominational community school in Woorabinda

Brief

About Us

Wadja Wadja is an independent non-denominational, co-educational Aboriginal Community School located in Woorabinda, Queensland.

Developing on historical links to The Range college in nearby Rockhampton in conjunction with strong community support, Wadja Wadja was officially opened in 1991.

We encourage all people to be independent and responsible by developing cultural and personal identities, nurturing community harmony, respect for self and others, and providing hope and commitment for the future.

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Our Goal

Wadja Wadja High School aims to:
  • Provide an environment that meets the needs of all levels of students.
  • Provide a vocational program to support the current curriculum and encourage more students to remain in an educational environment.
  • Provide a caring, supportive and culturally appropriate environment to enable the best possible academic results.
  • Give all students the skill to function in and be an asset to the greater community and lead a personally fulfilling life.
  • Provide role models for the community and to learn and teach others to respect and value their culture.

We Value Our Children's Future

And are committed to addressing educational disadvantage in our community

Trusted In The Community

Here's what others have to say
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    Wadja Wadja High School is an integral part of the Woorabinda community, and actively seeks to encourage students to remain in education.

    Brad Johnston
    Reservation Software
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    5 Stars. I wish I could give more!

    David Hassall
    Currawong Cattle Station
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    The staff and students at Wadja Wadja High School are an absolute pleasure to work with, providing (and developing) role models for the community.

    Tony Muller
    Business Wise

    Embracing Aboriginal Heritage

    This fantastic animation produced by our students demonstrates our commitment to incorporating aboriginal heritage in learning outcomes, and the artistic talent available within our community.

     

     

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