Albion Park High School

Respect, Responsibility & Commitment

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Aboriginal Education

Aboriginal students are encouraged to explore all leadership opportunities that arise, including targeted initiatives.

Djinggi Program

This program aims to provide Aboriginal students with support that will help them to follow an alternative pathway into the teaching profession. Successful students are offered a school based traineeship as part of their HSC study program. Trainees undertake paid employment at their local primary school and complete Certificate III in Education Support with N.S.W TAFE. Successful completion of this program will qualify them for entry into teacher training courses in Education offered by the University of Wollongong.


AIME – Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience

Every year at APHS students from years 9 to 11,  take up the AIME challenge provided through Wollongong University. The program will run for 5 full days.

  • Year 9 students will step outside their comfort zone for sessions on art, drama, respect and Hip Hop.
  • Year 10 Leadership program includes sessions on racism, Year 11 and 12 subject selection, resume building and writing your first speech as Prime Minister.
  • Year 11/12 Leadership and Development sessions focus on Year 12 completion and transition/connection to the next chapter of life.

We believe that indigenous = success