Our participating schools

Our unique and vibrant school community setting reflects our position as the inner city Sydney hub for educational excellence and demonstrates our commitment to serve and respect our diverse local community through mutually authentic partnerships, collaborative decision making and respectful relationships. 

Principal: Debra Lade 
School Lead: Dan Waterworth
Aboriginal Lead: Deb Daley
Cultural Mentors: Hilton Donovan and Des Barton

Matraville Sports High School is a co-educational community high school, in spacious grounds, providing a supportive, caring and disciplined learning environment for all students.

It offers quality academic and sporting facilities and incorporates a variety of traditional, challenging and innovative courses designed to meet the needs of all students. 

Principal: Billy Lundon (Relieving for Nerida Walker)
School Lead: Shallan Foster
Aboriginal Lead: Shallan Foster

Cultural Mentors: Aunty Barb Simms and Mel Thorne

Oak Flats High School is located on the land of the Wodi Wodi people of the Dharawal Nation, on the shoreline of Lake Illawarra on the South Coast of NSW. Our school is a diverse learning community with 14% of students identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, and 10% of students having a language background other than English, which includes 18 languages.

The diversity of our school ensures a rich learning environment in which students can develop empathy and understanding for all people. Catering for and celebrating this diversity is part of our commitment to ensuring every student is known, valued and cared for. 

Principal: Angela Byron
School Lead: Tim Newton
Aboriginal Lead: Lee-Anne Setter

Cultural Mentor: Sue-AnnTsanganis

As a comprehensive secondary school, we provide quality programs in academic, vocational, cultural and sporting pursuits.

Student progress is reported on in a variety of ways to both students and their parents/caregivers. Students are encouraged and supported by strong welfare programs.

Principal: Kim Taylor
School Lead: Terry Simpson
Aboriginal Lead: Tracey Kingi AEO

Cultural Mentors: Ronalda Combo, Aunty Marcia Browning, Aunty Charline Emzin-Boyd and Mahayla Phillips 

With the support of the community and a committed and professional staff Lake Cargelligo Central School strives to provide: an innovative and challenging teaching and learning environment for all our students; a culture of mutual respect in a supportive safe and caring environment that enables each student to achieve their full potential.

Principal: Eliza Cooper
School Lead: Erin O'Neill
Aboriginal Lead: Kirstin Morris
Cultural Mentor: Josie King 

Gilgandra High School is an inclusive, culturally diverse school residing on Wiradjuri, Gamilaroi and Wailwan Country, with a student body of 178, of whom 40 per cent identify as Aboriginal. The school has a strong tradition of academic, cultural, and sporting excellence and caters for all students' learning styles and abilities.

Gilgandra High School has well-maintained facilities, including three trade-training centres, a self-sustaining aquaponics unit, relationships with tertiary institutions and Wiradjuri language; providing an inclusive curriculum, ensuring student interests, academic levels and goals are supported. Our school has strong relationships with the partner primary schools, parents and the wider community.

Principal: Michelle Archer
School Lead: Michelle Archer
Aboriginal Lead: Kimm Naden
Cultural Mentor: Sonya Graham

Condobolin High School is an inclusive comprehensive secondary school in the township of Condobolin on the lands of the Wiradjuri people. It is considered to be a remote school and is located close to the geographic centre of New South Wales.

Condobolin High School is committed to providing a supportive educational environment where every student can thrive. Staff and the community work collaboratively in developing students to become academically and vocationally competitive within a local, national and global context.

Principal: Wendy Scarce
School Lead: Tim Small
Cultural Mentor: Deborah Coe

Condobolin Public School has a tradition of providing quality education since 1872. At Condobolin Public School we are Strong, Smart and Proud.  

We aim to be an inclusive school working to meet the needs of a diverse community.

Principal: Jessica Neilsen
School Lead: Claire Owen
Cultural Mentor: Deborah Coe