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Yesterday, nine PLHS students attended the annual Tcharkulda Rock Cross Country Running event, hosted by Karcultaby Area School at Minnipa. Our students competed with great sportsmanship all day and should be very proud of how they represented Port Lincoln High School.  Some outstanding individual efforts included Amelia Stevens winning the Senior Girls division, and Max...
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Port Lincoln High School’s senior Drama production for 2021 – “A Peaceful Night of Chaos” – is on in Week 6! Members of the public are invited to attend the evening performances from 7:30pm on Wednesday June 2nd or Thursday June 3rd. Seating at the performances will vary from cabaret and lounge, to Fringe-style casual...
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Dear Families, Port Lincoln High School’s Governing Council is a team of parents, community members, student and school leaders who work together in shaping the future excellence of our school. We met again recently and welcomed Mr Matthew Morgan, CEO of the City of Port Lincoln Council. Matthew provided a comprehensive picture of the Council’s...
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For Year 6 Families: Monday May 24th5~5:45pmStamford Floor (meet at PLHS Front Office) For Year 7 Families: Wednesday May 26th5~5:45pmStamford Floor (meet at PLHS Front Office) The content of these two informal sessions will essentially be the same; if you cannot make one, please feel free to attend the other. CAPTION: Our new Year 7...
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As it was National Youth Week last week, some of the students at the TLC got together and decided that they wanted to celebrate by fundraising for Foodbank and challenging the PLHS Staff to a game of Turbo Touch. On Monday, we were lucky enough to play some of the teachers in a game that...
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Dear Parent/caregivers, Further to my letter last week, and in light of recent attention, I just wanted to make it absolutely clear that sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour is not acceptable at Port Lincoln High School. As a school community, we work very hard through our curriculum offerings and the use of additional wellbeing programs to...
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On Monday May 3rd, 38 students in Years 5 to 12 from across the region competed in the 2021 Eyre Peninsula Interschool Gymkhana. This was the eighth year that this event has been held (with a break last year due to COVID-19). Although there was the odd spot of rain, the weather was perfect for...
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Since 1994, PLHS has shared a close relationship with Japan’s Muroto High School, mainly through three decades of biannual cultural exchanges between the two communities. When COVID-19 made international travel impossible last year, we turned to technology to maintain contact with our friends in Muroto – this was achieved through email and Zoom video calls...
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On Wednesday April 8th, thirteen of Port Lincoln High’s very best athletes departed the school by bus and ventured all the way to Adelaide to compete in the annual SSSSA athletics carnival. Our team, in combination with both Far West and Navigator College, was chosen to compete based on successful individual performances at our school...
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