Each year, we
celebrate the achievements of our most outstanding academic, sporting and cultural achievers, along with our special awards at the
annual Bellbird Park State Secondary College Awards Ceremony.
In 2022 students can apply for some of our special awards. Nominations are due by Thursday 24 November, 2022. Please click on the links below to complete your nomination. Nominations can be completed by the student, parent/carer and BPSSC staff.
Bronze Academic Awards are presented to our students who achieved a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 4.3 to 4.49 out of 5 across their report cards for the year.
Silver Academic Awards presented to our students who achieved a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 4.5 to 4.69 out of 5 across their report cards for the year.
Gold Academic Awards
are presented to students who achieved a minimum
GPA (Grade Point Average) of 4.7 out of 5 across their report cards for the year.
- Swimming Carnival Age Champions
- Cross Country Carnival Age Champions
- Athletics Carnival Age Champions
- Coach of the Year
- Community Sports Award
- Junior Sportsman of the Year
- Junior Sportswoman of the Year
- Senior Sportsman of the Year
- Senior Sportswoman of the Year
PBL Phoenix RISE Award
P & C Community Service Award
Senior Secondary Growth & Leadership & Malaga Uso Growth & Leadership Award.
- Students can apply see nomination link above
STEAM Academic Excellence Award
Plenary All Rounder
Junior & Senior contribution and commitment to all aspects of school life, Art, Sports & Community, effort
Junior Dux Award
Bellbird Park State Secondary College’s Effort Ceremony is an important events at the college as we are able to join together and acknowledge the importance of hard work in the pursuit of academic growth.
The first step a student must take to achieve an Effort award is to persist even when their work in challenging. Secondly, they must attempt every task or activity by themselves before asking for help. Asking for help is so important, as is always giving the work a go before seeking assistance. Thirdly a student wishing to receive an “Excellent” Effort grade will utilise their student organiser and ensure they bring the correct books and equipment to each and every lesson.