If you're looking for a high school with a difference make sure you explore Kooringal High School.
Kooringal High is a partially-selective school with a strong focus on the creative and performing arts.
"Each year, our students are involved in a variety of creative pursuits through visual arts, dance and music," principal Kyle Bryant said.
"One of the highlights on our calendar each year is the production.
"This year, it was "The Family Band" written by one of our staff members. All the shows were sold out."
The skill and dedication of the students at Kooringal is clear with the school production giving them a chance to showcase those skills.
"Students were not only fantastic on the stage with their performances but also many of our students were involved behind the scenes as stage managers, lighting technicians and involved in the control room where all shows were filmed in full 4K," Mr Bryant said.
"Aside from the creative arts, students at Kooringal are heavily involved in sports both at an elite and casual level as well as many other interests across all subject areas."
The 900 students are looked after by about 115 staff members who strive to make each student's experience at Kooringal High the best it can be.
"We have an extremely dedicated staff body that give much of their own time ensuring that all students get as many opportunities as possible and that they are known, valued and cared for," Mr Bryant said.
Education at Kooringal High is truly comprehensive where students are exposed to a variety of opportunities whether their interests lie in science and mathematics or the creative and performing arts.
While day-to-day school life is very similar to most schools there are also some big differences, namely the way students interact with each other.
"Every Friday at lunch time, we have 'Feel Good Friday's'," Mr Bryant said.
"This can be as simple as music playing for the students but is also used as an opportunity for students to volunteer to perform for all of the other students in the quad at lunch time.
"It is truly heartwarming to watch the students supporting their peers by dancing or singing along."
This theatrical approach to school life was carried into the students recent focus on keeping the school clean.
Students created the "Dopest Dunk" campaign encouraging students to show off their best moves or "dunks" when putting rubbish in the bin.
"Students are very confident and self-aware individuals and this campaign is just one of the many examples of them demonstrating their initiative to improve their school," Mr Bryant said.