365,000 new records added 1 April 2023
A further 365,800 entries have just been added to the online Queensland School Pupils Index Part 7 database. The additional data includes names from 193 schools – all from admission registers. The schools include both large and small from across Queensland – including a number of very large schools such as Birkdale SS, Bremer SHS, Bulimba SS, Cairns North SS, Cairns SHS, Caloundra SS, Camp Hill schools, Edge Hill SS, Geebung SS, Graceville SS, and Hughenden SS. There are also many small to very small schools such as Calen SS, Gadgarra SS, Gilbert River SS, Gungaloon SS, Harrisons Pocket SS, Haystack SS, Hirstglen SS, Hungerford SS, Lower Gregory SS, Myra SS, and Perthton SS.
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