Proston P-10 students are looking forward to a big year on the rural show circuit after a generous donation to the school by Smithfield Cattle Co.
Saint Mary’s Catholic College annual awards ceremony was a much smaller affair this year but that didn’t stop the smiles on the faces of the proud students as they received their awards.
The class of 2020’s odd journey through school was highlighted at the Kingaroy State High School formal on Friday.
Tertiary students in Yarraman and Cooyar will again miss out on the opportunity of applying for a $5000 Council scholarship, thanks to guidelines that stipulate they must have graduated from a high school within the boundaries of the Toowoomba Regional Council area.
The University of Southern Queensland has unveiled new incentives to encourage students to live on campus.
MP Deb Frecklington opened the second round of her Nanango Electorate Year 12 School Leaver’s Bursary on Thursday to help support local students pursuing further study or qualifications after Year 12.
Crawford State School P&C Association is pinning “pig” hopes on its annual Ham and Roast Pork Drive.
COVID-19 put a stop to this year’s Relay For Life at Kingaroy Showgrounds, but it couldn’t stop a bunch of keen Year 6 students at Taabinga State School on Friday.
Students from three South Burnett schools will be performing their own compositions as the “warm-up” act for Topology’s upcoming Wondai concert.
Taabinga State School will receive $10,000 from the Federal Government’s Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program.
Schools throughout the South Burnett have been celebrating Book Week this week with plenty of colourful characters coming to life off the pages of children’s books and movies.
A new teaching space which aims to give hairdressing students a genuine salon-like experience was officially opened at the Nurunderi TAFE campus at Cherbourg on Tuesday morning.
Students from Moffatdale, Cloyna and Windera State schools entertained some special visitors last week who dropped in to share some musical skills.
The sky’s now the limit for Nanango’s Megan Stephens, 19, the first graduate from TAFE Queensland’s Diploma of Aviation.
People interested in enrolling in a TAFE course next year can find out what’s on offer without having to leave their homes.
The glittering gowns and stylish suits were there, and the smart cars were there … but COVID-19 meant the crowds were missing at St Mary’s Catholic College’s annual formal.
First year uni students from Yarraman and Cooyar will be eligible to apply for a new scholarship next year at the University of Southern Queensland.
The Deadly Ways crew from the University Of Southern Queensland usually host camps for Indigenous high school students to allow them to enjoy a taste of university life.
The South Burnett’s formal season kicked off in style on Friday night with Nanango State High School students rolling up to the school auditorium for their special night.
Queensland boarding school students who live in either NSW or the ACT have won the right to go home for the Christmas holidays, but it comes with strict conditions.