Nyangatjatjara College

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Nyangatjatjara College
Address
288a Mala Road
Yulara, Northern Territory, 0872, Australia
Information
School type Independent, high school
Opened 21 July 1997 (1997-07-21)
Chairperson Rita Jingo
Principal Chris Harvey
Vice principal Terry Brown
Years offered 7–12
Gender Co-educational
Language Pitjantjatjara
Campuses 4
Communities served Yulara, Kaltukatjara, Muṯitjulu and Imanpa
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Nyangatjatjara College is an independent high school based in the Northern Territory of Australia. It has campuses in Yulara, Kaltukatjara, Muṯitjulu and Imanpa. It teaches students who speak Pitjantjatjara as their first language.

The school was first opened on 21 July 1997. The campus at Yulara is the school's original and main campus. It has boarding facilities to allow students to from the other, smaller, campuses to live at the college while studying. Kaltukatjara, Muṯitjulu and Imanpa are small communities in remote areas. The campuses there were opened between 1998 and 2002. The students are taught at their home campuses for part of the year, and then study at the Yulara campus for the other part. The school teaches both boys and girls, but their classes are separated.

Nyangatjatjara College is owned by the Nyangatjatjara Aboriginal Corporation.[1] It is a member of the Association of Independent Schools of the Northern Territory (AISNT).

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