Congratulations to Mrs Helen Marks and the fantastic cast and crew who earlier this week delivered several performances of this year’s Senior Drama Production, “Skits+Pieces”. The show featured a compilation of short sketches made famous by comedy giants such as Monty Python and Abbott and Costello. For the first time, Year 10 Drama students performed […]

As part of our ongoing Reconciliation Week celebrations, a morning tea was held in the Aboriginal Education Room earlier today. Miss Kesby Turner-Wiebreck and some Year 8 Social Education students prepared delicious treats with a Native Australian ingredient theme – the quondong tarts with lemon myrtle cream were a highlight! As pictured below, Port Lincoln […]

Earlier this afternoon, a group of athletic staff and students took to the court in the Gym for a fast-paced game of netball – the event was part of our ongoing Reconciliation Week celebrations. Although the final result wasn’t taken too seriously, the student Red team claimed a last-goal-wins victory over the staff/student Blue bibs. […]

  To celebrate Reconciliation Week 2019, Port Lincoln High School’s Aboriginal Education team have created several events and learning opportunities to encompass this year’s theme “Grounded in Truth, Walk Together with Courage”. Reconciliation Week Events at PLHS: Tuesday @ Lunch – Staff versus Student Netball in the Gym Wednesday @ Recess – Morning Tea (with […]

On Thursday May 16th, our Open Boys and Girls Touch Football squads took on teams from Navigator College, St. Joseph’s School and Cummins Area School in the annual tournament. Both teams improved as the day progressed – the boys unfortunately lost to Navigators (the eventual winners) in the semi-final, whilst the girls finished a commendable […]