PLHS Curriculum

Online Curriculum Guide 2024

Port Lincoln High School

Aboriginal Education

The Aboriginal Education Room is a space that has a high level of student ownership. This dedicated space was created with the vision of sharing knowledge and bridging of understanding amongst our school
community as we work towards reconcilliation.



The Clontarf Foundation (founded in 2000) exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander men.

LINC Learn, Include, Nurture, Connect

Our vision is for all young people to recognise their unique strengths and abilities so they can fulfil their potential and strengthen their connection to community.


The South Australian Aboriginal Secondary Training Academy is a SACE-accredited program for senior Indigenous students, and offers a unique sporting and educational program.


We are an intensive program that provides emotional and behavioural support for students and their families – please visit us to view our facilities and the programs that we offer.

Transition & Learning Centre

The TLC is our off-site Flexible Learning Options (FLO) campus; located at 30 Edinburgh Street, it provides access to a range of accredited learning and SACE-based educational programs.

Vocational Education & Training

PLHS caters for a range of career pathways through VET courses such as Aquaculture, Catering Operations, Doorways to Construction, Kitchen Operations, Maritime Operations and Workplace Practices.

Aquaculture PLHS


Our industry-standard Aquaculture Trade Training Centre features eight large grow-out tanks and a processing room, where students learn how to grow and prepare barramundi for the restaurant table.

PLHS Adopt-a-Barra program


You can adopt your very own barramundi, courtesy of our Aquaculture program. Each fish is individually tagged, monitored and managed by our students, with regular email updates provided.

Student Services

As experienced members of the school community, the Student Services staff are well placed to provide direction and advocacy for PLHS students and support the following:
Communication | First Aid | Uniform | Yondr pouches | Admin Support


The Student Wellbeing team consists of dedicated leaders, social workers and pastoral care workers, who work collaboratively across the whole school to support young people in reaching their full potential. The Student Wellbeing team offers students a range of support services, including: School Community support, Student Voice, Community Connections…


Our Special Options program caters for a capacity of 24 students with varying levels of intellectual disabilities and other additional learning needs across years 7-12. There is a middle school class for students in years 7-9and a senior school class for years 10-12….