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Friday January 15th, 2021 PLHS Artists Win Port Lincoln Art Prizes We are delighted to announce that three of our Art students – Nathaniel Hirschausen-Burk, Malcolm Warrior and Dre Vlassco – won awards at last night’s official opening of the 2021 Bendigo Bank Port Lincoln Art Prize. Nathaniel won a Youth Highly Commended Award for...
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During Reconciliation Week earlier this year, we reported that Year 11 student Kiana Stafford was one of eight worthy recipients state-wide of a Dame Roma Mitchell Scholarship – these prestigious awards assist Aboriginal students with their Year 11 and 12 studies, supporting their SACE attainment and preparing them to pursue their educational and professional goals following...
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16,338 words. 541 photos. 168 pages. 1 epic school year. Port Lincoln High School’s 2020 Yearbook is now available. To download your free copy, please click the following link: Port Lincoln High School Yearbook 2020 PLEASE NOTE: This is a large PDF file (47MB) – please be patient when downloading. If you wish to own a...
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Several weeks ago, we commissioned Mark Thomas from #MissingLinkMedia to produce a promotional video for us – what originally began as a virtual tour project developed into something much more. This unique concept captures six PLHS students starting their day – each student enters the site via a different entrance or method (school bus, Oxford...
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Thursday December 3rd // PLHS Gymnasium Master of Ceremonies: Miss Tash Rayson Acknowledgement of Country: Miss Nicole Carter Principal’s Address: Mr Todd George   Academic Awards A grade point average (GPA) is calculated for each student. A GPA of 4 indicates an A grade for each subject. There are two Academic Award categories: Academic Excellence...
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A busy Week 7 saw our Year 11 students participate in Stage 1 Exams and a two-day Year 12 Transition program. Although numbers were down, engagement levels were very high – we are confident that those in attendance have made a positive start to their Stage 2 courses. The week concluded with a Year 11...
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The 3rd edition of Wangangoodoo newsletter has been posted home today to our Indigenous families; please click the following link to access a digital copy: Family-Wangan-Newsletter-3rd-Edition
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Our Week 5 Art Connect Retreat at the Dutton Bay Woolshed was a rewarding and thought-provoking experience. The students funded the trip themselves as a result of their award-winning collaborative artwork “Vortex” being used by the Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Hub in Adelaide. During the Art Connect Retreat, we met Elder and celebrated artist Sandra Saunders at...
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This 3D animation from architects RUSSELL and YELLAND shows the new buildings currently being constructed as part of our $15M redevelopment of the top of the school.
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Across Week 5, the Aboriginal Education Team – with the support of other staff members – organised and ran lunchtime activities to celebrate the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders for NAIDOC Week. Students participated in creating canvas painted bookmarks, cooking lemon myrtle “melting moments” and quandong jam drops and a colouring-in...
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