Tyron Vickers, Year 9, peers through one of the microscopes for sale at the school's open day.
Year 10 hospitality students including April Bretag (left), Jessie Tregoweth and Melissa Marschall catered the event with gourmet sweet and savoury finger food.
Patrick Eylward, Year 9 (right), shows Year 1 students Kira Schubert, Makayla Martin, Abbi Loechel, Olivia Handbury, Jasmine Ferris and Milly Thompson what he has been working on in science - electricity boards.
Some of the students' work on display.
The choir opens the formalities.
Guests go on a tour through the aquaculture area.
Year 8 student Jordan Dupree (right) explains some of the work on display at the open day to his grandma Rosie and mum Michelle.
Lucindale Area School Year 8 students Daniel Robb (left) and Kallum Dorward ride on a pushbike generator created by their Year 10 peers in Science class. As the pedals are pushed the lights turn on.
Shelby Ferguson, Year 8, demonstrates "clock reaction" at the Lucindale Area School open day. She is mixing two chemicals together and timing how long it takes for them to have a reaction and what affect variables such as temperature has on the time.
Shelby Ferguson mixes the chemicals.
Shelby Ferguson demonstrates the experiment to fellow peers.
Year 8 student Jack Morley-Paltridge demonstarates the "peanut experiment" to visitors at the Lucindale Area School open day. He is testing to see if a single peanut has enough energy to heat up a test tube of water.
Lucindale Area School student Brock Kelsh does a crutching demonstration in the shearing shed.
SHOWING off all it has to offer, Lucindale Area School hosted a successful open day last week.
Displays were set up from each learning subject and the 70-odd guests enjoyed touring around the campus and meeting with staff and students.
The day started with a "health hustle" by the junior year levels before a morning tea prepared by the Year 10 hospitality class was served.
A choir performance kicked off the formalities which included speeches from the school captains, vice-captains, principal, agricultural coordinators and a handful of students.
Tours were then taken around the agriculture learning areas, Yackadale Farm including the boarding house and through open classrooms.
A barbecue lunch and a "grand parade" of competition steers topped off the day.
Deputy principal Kellie Gibbs said she and principal Adrian Maywald were very pleased with how it all went.
"It's good to see lots of parents come and see what their kids are up to as well as a few from outside the region.
"All the students were very excited and it's good for other kids and year levels to see what their peers are doing.
"For them to be able to explain what they are learning is fantastic because it shows they understand it."
Special guests on the day included Naracoorte Lucindale Council mayor Erika Vickery and Department of Education and Child Development regional director David Chadwick.