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North Coast

Congratulations to the following North Coast regional award winners:

The Network Ten Showcase Award for Excellence in the Early Phase of Learning

Banksia Beach State School, Literacy excellence - just add children
Bundaberg Central State School, Central class construct
North Arm State School, Mad volunteers

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia Showcase Award for Excellence in the Middle Phase of Learning

Aldridge State High School, Transition with a purpose
Gin Gin State High School, Above and beyond
Meridan State College, Jump start into junior secondary

The Showcase Award for Excellence in the Senior Phase of Learning

Burnside State High School, From little things big things grow

The Village Roadshow Theme Parks Showcase Award for Excellence in Inclusive Education

Beerwah State High School, Bigger, bolder, brighter
Gin Gin State School, Coming to school is great

The Queensland University of Technology Showcase Award for Excellence in Leadership

Banksia Beach State School, Team Banksia - building the brand
Sandy Strait State School, Leap into learning
Winfield State School, Winfield winning

The RemServ Showcase Award for Excellence in Innovation

Burnside State High School, Supporting teenagers with education, mothering and mentoring
Maryborough Special School, The ALF way

The QSuper Showcase Award for Academic Success

Kepnock State High School, ACE'M

The BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance Showcase Award for Excellence in Community or Industry Partnerships

Bundaberg Special School, Partnerships across the sea
Redcliffe Special School, Making school work

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