Peering through a virtual reality headset is one way South Burnett teenagers can open their minds to the possibility of scientific careers timed to bloom at the 2032 Olympic Games.
Two South Burnett organisations have been big winners in the latest round of “Tackling Tough Times Together” funding.
The rain came … and went, but it wasn’t enough to wash away the smiles at the recent Kingaroy State High School Formal.
Year 10 students from Saint Mary’s Catholic College recently took part in work experience opportunities across the South Burnett.
Year 9 and 10 STEM students at Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy have been working on solutions for common problems faced by farmers.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk praised Cherbourg Council and the positivity she had seen in the community, when she visited the town on Wednesday.
Police can cop a lot of abuse when they’re out doing their jobs, so it’s a very pleasant surprise to get a big “thank you” from a young supporter.
Kilkivan P-10 State School has won an award at the 22nd annual Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools.
“Challenging, overwhelming and unexpected … but above everything, it’s been pretty awesome.”
A Year 12 student at Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy will take the first steps to carving out a career on the stage after he graduates this year.
The latest NAPLAN results have left Saint Mary’s Catholic College principal Carmel O’Brien feeling very proud of all her students, but particularly the Year 9 cohort.
World renowned author Nick Earls recently named Saint Mary’s Catholic College’s art teacher Bronwyn Martoo the “Doodle Champion of 2021”.
It is not too late for students from regional areas who started university this year to apply for a scholarship worth up to $18,000.
A large crowd of parents, students and teachers packed Nanango State High School’s hall last Wednesday for the school’s 40th annual awards night.
Kingaroy State High School’s annual Flair concert had everything recently, from armwrestling to magic tricks … and a few surprises in between.
Nanango State High School student Olivia Nunn will be going straight from Year 12 into an apprenticeship at Stanwell, all thanks to three years of hard work she has put in at the Kingaroy TAFE campus.
After “dodging and weaving the COVID-19 minefield” throughout 2021, Kingaroy State High School teachers and students could finally breathe a sigh of relief on Monday night …
The State Government has extended applications for grants for Indigenous Languages programs until October 29.
Kingaroy State High School’s bright up-and-coming artists have taken over the Kingaroy Art Gallery for the month of October to display their skills.
Murgon State High School and Kilkivan P-10 are among 50 Queensland State Schools which will have a GP allocated to them next year as part of a State Government pilot program.