In its third year, the QHS P&C Christmas Markets and Lights event will kick off in the school grounds from 5pm until late on Friday, November 29.
Already more than 70 stallholders have been booked and P&C President Mrs Lawlor is delighted to share the festive spirit with the entire community.
Last year's event drew a massive crowd of over 2000 people, which united the local High School and wider community and saw many families enjoy an evening of entertainment, dinner and Christmas shopping.
All funds raised from the event will go directly back to the school through the P&C.
"Santa will be arriving to distribute lollies to masses of gathered children," Mrs Lawlor said.
"The event, will feature unique market stalls and lots of free activities for children including a jumping castle, monkey maze and kids face-painting."
As well as the official lighting of the Christmas tree, local primary schools are joining in with their own market stalls, and the event will include performances by talented local musicians and the High School and Primary school are offering their Big band Bash.
Quirindi Rotary are set to host their ever-popular Chocolate Wheel. And as well as coordinating the event, the High School P&C will run a BBQ, with the school Student Representative Council selling showbags and a gift wrapping station.
"In this our third year, we are looking forward to celebrating all that is joyous about our wonderful school and region, when family and friends gathered on the cool green lawns for a night of shopping, festivities and Christmas wonder," Mrs Lawlor said.