On Tuesday June 9th, ten Stage 1 Outdoor Education students hiked Marble Range as part of their “Experiences in Natural Environments” assessment. The class developed their navigational skills, teamwork and leadership over the five-hour loop hike. The class got lucky with clear skies and sunshine, making the peak worth the calf-aching ridge walk. Well […]

Chloe Designs Literacy Group’s Logo We would like to celebrate the outstanding design work of Year 10 student Chloe Poel. As a Year 9 Design student last year, Chloe won a class competition to create the logo for “Paint Port Lincoln REaD”, a local community initiative supporting early childhood literacy. Congratulations, Chloe – you nailed […]

Eight aspirational Aboriginal students are one step closer to their dream careers after winning scholarships in celebration of Reconciliation Week – we are delighted to announce that Year 11 PLHS student Kiana Stafford is one of the worthy recipients. The Dame Roma Mitchell Scholarships assist Aboriginal students with their Year 11 and 12 studies, supporting […]

Dear PLHS Families, I am writing to inform you of an incident involving a group of students this afternoon. A fight occurred at lunchtime which was witnessed by other students in the area. SAPOL was contacted and attended the school. An ambulance was called as a safety precaution, however no student or staff member was […]

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. The dates for NRW remain the same each year; May 27th (today) to June 3rd. These dates commemorate two significant milestones in […]