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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.
You’ve heard of blue poles? Well, how about adding some pink, violet, orange, yellow and green poles as well?
Students in Years 3 to 6 at St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy were treated to a morning of literacy and laughter when Australian author Steven Herrick visited on Tuesday morning.
A former Kingaroy school teacher has co-authored a study guide for the new Queensland physics curriculum.
Kilkivan State High School has been named as a Regional Winner in the 2020 Education Queensland “Showcase Awards For Excellence”.
The regional finalists in the prestigious Queensland Training Awards have been announced, and the South Burnett again has a good representation.
The State Government is inviting school P&Cs and other community groups to apply for grants to help teach, learn and celebrate Indigenous languages.
Pandemic restrictions have led to the cancellation of the 2020 Apex Queensland High School debating competition.
St John’s Lutheran School student Charlotte Landherr has won first prize in a national writing competition.
Murgon State High School student Katie Langton, from Cherbourg, has earned a prestigious Harding Miller Education Foundation scholarship.
Teachers and school support staff have narrowly voted to reject proposed new enterprise agreements at 26 Lutheran schools in Queensland.
St Mary’s Catholic College held its 30th “Rock On Stage” last Friday, reimagined for a COVID-19 world.
Work is expected to begin in October – or maybe even a bit sooner – on a stunning $12.65 million construction program at Murgon State High School.
Noticed the electronic sign outside Nanango State School in Drayton Street?
Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) has denied union claims that working conditions will be cut or job security threatened in proposed new enterprise agreements at its 26 Queensland schools.