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BROAD HORIZONS

ASPIRATION FOR HEAD BOARDER ADELE PROSSER.

There are more students at Adele Prosser’s boarding school than the entire population of her hometown of Corrigin, 235 kilometres south-east of Perth in the Western Australian Wheatbelt. The 17-year-old year 12 student at St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls in Perth says she has come a long way from the shy country girl who arrived at the beginning of year eight. St Hilda’s has more than 1200 students divided between the senior school in Mosman Park and the junior school in Chidley.

Adele’s early

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