Talented students from Redland schools joined more than 1500 state school students from around Queensland as the curtain went up on on the state's largest youth performing arts event last weekend.
Creative Generation State Schools Onstage rocked the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre with its colourful and high-energy performances.
A total of 37 students were drawn from Redlands.
Eighteen of the dancers came from Redland Bay State School. They were year 7 students Morgan Stokes, Jacinta Jones, Danielle Cordell, Hayley Muller, Sammy Fudge, Carissa MacFarlane and Brieanne Hersey; year 6 students Tyla Coey, Grace Minogue, Kathleen Kostner, and Jessica Devenport; year 5 Maya Chrisopoulos, Aysa-Lily Moir and Eloise Padget; year 4 Emily Beamish and Aleisha Devenport; year 2 student Ava Somerhayes and year 3 student Jamie Hersey.
Year 7 Bay View State School's Kirbee Bedggood was a featured dancer, and Mount Cotton State School year 4 student Alayna MacAulay, 9, was a featured vocalist.
Capalaba State College year 12 student Jade Mulholland was a core choir member.
Seventeen students came from Cleveland District State High School, including James Morrison Creative Generation Big Band musician and symphony orchestra member Tim Reed, who is a year 12 student.
Featured and backing vocalists were Mikayla Gedye (year 12), Jacqueline Duckworth, Chloe Minogue (year 11) and year 12 student Oliver Samson.
Dancers included Kate Bradshaw (year 12), Kate and Ally Papps and Josie Krueger (all year 8) Tenneal Prebble (year 9) and year 10 students Carrie Magnussen- Harvey, Lauren MacDonald, Jordon Richardson, Phoebe Brown and Shannon Clemments. Year 11 student Jal Joshua Lebumfacil was a featured dancer and singer, and classmate Deanna MacLellan was a symphony orchestra musician.