A new in-school program made in conjunction with Year13 and the NSW Government will be at Denison College on Thursday.
The Truth Project aims to stop students becoming dropouts by showing them how to succeed in life after school through finding the right post-school pathway for them clear of any judgement and stigmas.
Using greats from the past like Leonardo da Vinci and modern day titans like Apple's Tim Cook, the project draws connections between history, culture and the modern world to show how high school students can build their futures in a way which excites, and most importantly, makes sense to them.
Year13 founder Saxon Phipps said it's incredibly important that young people can feel confident in their post-school decisions, no matter where they are in the country.
"Australia is a country rich with opportunity, however, too often we've felt that upon leaving school there are only one or two options," he said.
"It's just not the case, and that's why we're so pleased that The Truth Project has been so well received from students all over the state. It's allowed them to look at their futures in a different light.
"It's exciting to see so many rural and regional schools wanting The Truth Project in their schools and we're incredibly excited to be working with them."
For more information on the Truth Project, visit the website here.