Taree High School held their Anzac Day service on the last day of term one.
The service was conducted by captains Michael Ling and Georgia Tran on Friday, April 12.
The official party and special guests arrived with a guard of honour by the school's cadets while Jessie Shilling and Jay Davis played the didgeridoo and clapsticks respectively.
The group included MidCoast Council mayor David West, Taree RSL Sub-branch's Frank Martin, Darcy Elbourne and Dolce Balderston, Taree Legacy Club's Hans Rooimans, Second Officer Chet Clark, Graham Nix and school principal Allison Alliston.
Wanay Paulson delivered the acknowledgement of country in Gathang, the language of the Biripi people.
John Andrews was the bagpiper while Wingham High School student Lincoln Harrell was the bugler for The Last Post and Reveille.
Students to speak at the ceremony were Annie Chen, Huntah Hennessy, Jessica Osmond-Dryer and Katy McLeod.
Advance Australia Fair was led by Kiara Hollis and teacher Leanne Ralston. The senior music ensemble performed 'Nurses of Anzac'.
A wreath was laid out the front of the school after the ceremony.
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