Community Invited to Join Centenary Committee

Port Lincoln High School turns 100 in 2023! A sub-committee of the PLHS Governing Council has been formed to plan a range of celebratory events/activities for our centenary year.

This group is scheduled to meet on Wednesday May 25th from 6:30pm inside our new Specialist Building (access from car park at top of Ruskin Road).

Interested community members are invited to attend and participate – please RSVP to Ms Creena Scholz in the school’s Front Office on 8683-6000 or at

Non Nobis Solum (Not For Ourselves Alone)

Port Lincoln High School (left) and Headmaster’s Residence (right) c.1929. Image kindly supplied by the Port Lincoln History Group, from the Eric O’Connor Collection.
4 Responses
  1. Chrissi Hobba

    Hi. My mum (who turns 82 next year) is interested in coming to any events which might be planned. Is there an email newsletter I can be added to so I can keep up to date with events? Thanks so much.

  2. Peter Crook

    I was Head Prefect of PLHS in 1955, together with Lynn Roberts. There is a bible presented to the school by an internationally renowned speech maker , Campbell Mc comas . It is named the Crook Bible. I am interested in what is planned for your 2023 celebrations and hope to be present at at least one if your events. Thank you

    1. Shaun Thomas

      Hello Peter,
      Thank you for your enquiry. My name is Shaun Thomas – I am also a former student, now current teacher and close friend of Andrew (son of John and Mary). I am about to email a graphic to you which outlines the events that we have planned for our Centenary Celebration Weekend in late September/early October – we would love to have you in attendance. Stand by.
      Warm regards,

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