Calrossy has cleaned up the awards, including a top gong, at Australia's largest performing arts event for schools.
Wakakirri attracts schools from all over the state, and this year had a particular focus on the power of dance to tell a story, with Calrossy's interpretive piece of the school's 100 year history given the State Award for Best Cultural History Story.
The dance piece was months in the making, and a credit to all students involved, both in the spotlight, and in backstage and production, according to dance teacher Amanda Ward.
"Like snapshots from a photo album, the Wakakirri dance allowed us to illustrate the journey of one family through three generations - each generation highlighting some of Calrossy's significant moments," she said.
"This year Calrossy celebrates its centenary, and in commemoration of this occasion our Dance Troupe decided to tell our school's story, from founding to present day, and to remember how far we have come and how much we have grown."
The school is also in the running to win the People's Choice Award, and also won five show awards, and five performance and production awards.