Halls Head College celebrated their culturally diverse population with a Harmony Day festival on April 9 and 10 during recess and lunchtime.
Talented students provided musical entertainment which was embraced by their peers who sat by, relaxed and enjoyed the atmosphere.
The Falcon Lions Club cooked sausage sizzles for the hungry teenagers each lunch time while student leaders hosted a pancake breakfast on the Wednesday morning to celebrate togetherness.
The College said the festival days, which have become quite popular within the school, were all about coming together and belonging.
They encouraged positive role models and were particularly welcomed toward the end of a productive term.
Falcon Lions Club's Ian Derrick said the volunteers enjoyed cooking up more than 1500 sausages for the students.
"Falcon Lions are all about helping our community and assisting others," he said.
"Falcon Lions always enjoy doing such things as it is helping the youth in our community which will be the elders of our community in the not-so-distant future.
"We enjoy working with Halls Head College and our future leaders of our community."