School Community


Radiant Life College is committed to the health of our students both now and into their future. We provide free regular general health checks through our partnership with Mamu Health Service. Closing the life expectancy gap for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islanders starts with education from a young age. With the help of the Mamu Health Service, we teach our students about healthy eating and lifestyle habits that will benefit them all the way into adulthood.

About Mamu Health Service

Empowering our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who live in Innisfail and surrounding areas to live long healthy lives.

Mamu Health Service Limited is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation owned and managed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to provide culturally appropriate and comprehensive primary health care programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities in the Innisfail and surrounding areas.

YGON Youth Group

Through the support of the Tabernacle of Yeshua Church and Pastor Trent the college hosts a Youth go night event 4 times per term. This evening of fun learning and activities is open to children from 8-18 and encourages good social interaction in an informal setting.

Evening s start from 5pm and finish around 9pm. We provide bus transport to and from the church, if required. For more information about upcoming events or how to get involved please contact Trent Baptiste on
0468 821 450.