Vincentia High School's Wakakirri performers are celebrating a double dose of success.
The student performers are celebrating because they just received two awards from the event organisers.
Vincentia High won the Reconciliation and Cultural Category Awards.
The students impressed the judges during their performance in July at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre.
The students had a strong local story to tell and their performance was full of passion.
Cast member Isaac Graham, in the lead up to the event, told the South Coast Register how proud he was to take part.
The year 11 student said they had an important story to tell.
"We are telling the story of Wreck Bay and how it was handed back to the Indigenous owners," Isaac said.
The Vincentia High based Dhawarri Dancers also took part in the school's Wakakirri showcase.
Wakakirri is Australia's largest performing arts event for schools with separate events for primary, secondary, dance schools and schools in remote areas.
Each year hundreds of schools across Australia create stories and dances for Wakakirri that reflect student's thoughts, ideas and aspirations.