Forest Lake State High School

Forest Lake students connect with Police through Blue Edge program

Jamie Furness December 20, 2022 2 min read

By Jamie Furness Twenty-three students from Forest Lake State High School participated in the Queensland Police Service (QPS) Blue Edge program at school in Term 4 of 2022. The program ran two mornings a week over eight weeks, and included a 30 minute fitness session followed by a breakfast attended by police officers and the…

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Forest Lake SHS staff grow a mo for men’s health

Jamie Furness November 29, 2022 3 min read

Staff and students from Forest Lake State High School have been actively participating in Movember this year, with their efforts raising almost $2000.   On November 1, FLSHS staff members Mr Lucas Nicholls, Dr Grant Darnell, and Mr Mike Van Barneveld were bravely shaved clean in front of all the students at Forest Lake SHS…

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Budding filmmaker makes film festival debut

Budding filmmaker makes film festival debut

Megan Woolley October 26, 2022 3 min read

Forest Lake State High School Grade 12 student Carrie Biddle has become the state finalist for QLD in the national REELise Film Festival for her short film Cinephilia. It all started with an assessment. Carrie, a Film and Television Studies student, had to create a stylistic project in Term 4 to be graded. After a…

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Forest Lake Esports Just Dance crew crowned 2022 Brisbane Champions

Jamie Furness July 27, 2022 4 min read

The Forest Lake State High School Just Dance Esports team took home first place at the Esports Fuse Cup Brisbane 2022 Grand Finals competition held in May this year. Year 8 students Taelira and Kelvin and year 7 students Jovanna and Brooke competed against 16 teams across Brisbane over two days. The team danced in…

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Forest Lake SHS officially dedicates First Nations mural

Jamie Furness July 25, 2022 2 min read

Forest Lake State High School held their official First Nations “Mullago Dhago” mural dedication on Friday, July 15. “Mullago Dhago” – which means “Tomorrow Altogether,” was designed by local artist Jenny Kent of Manamana Dreaming in conjunction with FLSHS students to create a vision of reconciliation. The mural contains the thumbprint of all of students,…

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Local schools excel at BPAC Dance Eisteddfod

Jamie Furness June 27, 2022 3 min read

Local schools achieved fantastic results at the Brisbane Performing Arts Challenge (BPAC) Eisteddfod school competition between June 16 and June 19, 2022. See the results from each school below.   Forest Lake State High School 1st place was awarded to FLSHS in the Varsity Hip-Hop and Junior Hip-Hop categories, as well as a student-choreographed routine…

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