Girls Academy

Role Models and Leaders Australia has established 12 Girls Academies throughout WA, the NT and NSW to bring about significant change to the lives of at-risk Indigenous girls. The Girls Academy works within the school system to break down barriers such as drug and alcohol abuse, pregnancy and violence that prevent Aboriginal girls from completing their education. Sport and extra-curricular activities, intensive mentoring and counselling, and a structured reward system keep the girls engaged in their education and their future. An Academy girl can shape her own destiny, lift up her family, and transform her community.

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Girls Academy

Role Models & Leaders Australia

Level 1, 412-414 Newcastle Street
T: 1300 833 904 | F: 08 9227 6400
E: info at girlsacademy dot com dot au

ABN: 41 236 400 793

Leadership, Teamwork & Vision

Leadership, Teamwork and Vision activities are designed to support the development of student's confidence, attitude, leadership and teamwork skills.…read more

Girls Academy Objectives

An educated girl is the most influential force in her family and wider community to break the cycle of disadvantage evident in Aboriginal communities. The Girls Academy is focused on equipping indigenous girls with the tools required to overcome the barriers that prevent them from completing their education and reaching their full potential…read more

Latest News

Girls Academy Expansion 2016 - 2017

RMLA are pleased to announce that the Federal Government has granted funds to allow expansion of the Girls Academy program to an additional 1,500 Indigenous Girls by the end of 2017. This expansion allows us to meet the demand from many communities to establish a Girls Academy, and reinforces RMLA Girls Academies as the single largest provider of engagement and support programs to Indigenous Girls.

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Ngurrara 2-Way Learning Cultural Camp

Earlier this month 6 girls from our Fitzroy Valley Girls Academy took part in the Ngurrara 2-Way Learning Cultural Camp, organised by Yanunijarra Aboriginal Corporation.

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Nigel Scullion Visits Girls Academy

On Monday 23rd May, The Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Leader of the Nationals in the Senate, and the Country’s Liberal Party Senator Mr Nigel Scullion took the time out of his very busy schedule to visit our Girls Academy in Perth

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