Girls Academy

The Perth Girls Academy, located at Clontarf Aboriginal College, 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.

Clontarf Girls Academy

Clontarf Aboriginal College
295 Manning Road, WATERFORD WA 6152
T: 08 9458 7780 | F: 08 9458 7780
E: enrol at clontarf dot girlsacademy dot com dot au

ABN: 41 236 400 793

Role Models & Mentors

The Academy provides Mentoring and Personal Support to assist students through their educational experience and beyond graduation.…read more

Sports & Extra-Curricular Activities

Sporting and Extra-Curricular Activities including basketball and netball competitions, fitness programs, cultural excursions, sporting carnivals and specialised coaching are offered at the Academy.…read more

Latest News

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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United Nations Conference

Clontarf Girls Academy sent 3 girls to the United Nations State Conference held at the University of Western Australia on 11th -13th March.

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International Womens Day Lunch

The Clontarf Girls Academy hosted their first International Womens Day Lunch on Friday 6th March in the pavilion of the Clontarf Aboriginal College. The Academy Girls’ family, staff, sponsors and volunteers were invited to attend to get to know each other and enjoy a delicious lunch.

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