Engaging Murchison based indigenous youth's in appropriate educational facilities and programs, has developed the educational levels of the young men and women involved and has benefitted the community as a whole.

The initial engagement of 3 boys into North Albany Senior High School and residing at the Albany Residential College in 2010 has grown very quickly with 96 Wiluna and adjacent area based students being supported and offered similar educational options in a range of different Schools and Colleges.

With the students attending these alternative Schools and Colleges the outcomes have been very beneficial for the students' development and growth.

Obtaining, Drivers Licenses, Bronze Medallions, White and Blue Cards, Boat licenses, Educational Certificates etc and being able to complete their studies in a conducive environment is extremely beneficial in building the students CV's for post-secondary school education and employment.

The Murlpirrmarra Connection has supported several students to graduate from secondary school.
Congratulations to the following students. Click to learn more about Murlpirrmarra’s involvement with them.

2012 Graduates:

Alan Ashwin Leithan Williams  
Alan Ashwin Leithan Williams  

2013 Graduates:

Ada Ashwin Braden Gilbert Duran Patch  
Ada Ashwin Braden Gilbert Duran Patch  

2015 Graduates:

Brogan Ashwin  
Brogan Ashwin  

2016 Graduates:

Ashlee Gilbert Shequiel Patch Joshua Simpson  
Ashlee Gilbert Shequiel Patch Joshua Simpson  
Isaac Mann Shaquille Morton    
Isaac Mann Shaquille Morton    

There are several additional Murlpirrmarra supported students who are expected to graduate from secondary school this year.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR GRADUATES, WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU.

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