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Alumni

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Motto

'Who shares wins'

Born out of the intrinsic truth that the Alumni exist to benefit Southport State High students just as much as ourselves, we all can play a critical role in the building of the next generation of leaders. We stand by our motto 'who shares wins' because we believe that passing on our wisdom and advice to inspire those following in our footsteps not only positively impacts students' lives, but our community as a whole. It's a winning pattern replicated over generations and one that provides a framework for our continued resolve and success.


Pillars

Storytelling:

Taking an innovative approach to sharing experiences to build a connection between past and present.

Click here to tell your story.

Mentorship:

Cultivating potential by connecting successful Alumni with students.

Click here if you would like to be a Mentor.

Community Engagement:

Generating opportunity by supporting the school in the local community.

Click here if you would like to donate, support or sponsor.


Membership

Membership of the Southport High School Alumni Association is open to all past students and staff.

The association promotes and connects past students and staff. We can also help coordinate school re-unions and events.

All inquiries to 07 5509 1288

To register as an alumni please click here.

 

Southport State High State High History 

Click here to view Southport State High History.


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Past Students

Lex Bell


Bell is the former Gold Coast mayor, serving between 1988-1994. He received a Master of Laws from Bond University and a Bachelor of Law from the University of Queensland, before going on to become a solicitor of the Queensland Supreme Court. He served on the Gold Coast City Council between 1985-2001. Photo credit: John Gass.

Lex Bell - Wikipedia


Ricki-Lee Coulter


An Australian singer, songwriter, television and radio presenter, Ricki-Lee began performing at the age of 15 and rose to fame in 2004 on the second season of Australian Idol, placing seventh overall. She earned her first ARIA Music Award nomination for song “Do It Like That” in 2012, nominated for Song of the Year. She is currently the host of Australia’s Got Talent. Photo credit: Max Doyle.

Ricki-Lee Coulter - Wikipedia


Russ Crane, AO, CSM


Crane is a retired senior officer of the Royal Australian Navy, serving as Chief of Navy until his retirement in mid-2011. He was awarded the Conspicuous Service Medal in early 2000 for his time in command of the HMAS Success, and was promoted to commodore and appointed Director General Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare. He became the Deputy Chief of Navy in June 2006, and was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia the following year. He succeeded Vice Admiral Russ Shalders as Chief of Navy in July 2008.

Russ Crane - Wikipedia


Stefan Dennis


An actor, Stefan is best known for playing Neighbours villain Paul Robinson from its first episode in 1985, continuing the role today. He took a respite from the show to star in Scottish soap opera River City between 1993 and 2004, when he returned to the cast. Photo credit: Tony Gough.

Stefan Dennis - Wikipedia


Fred Hilmer, AO


Professor Hilmer is an Australian academic and business figure, appointed the President and eighth Vice-Chancellor of the University of New South Wales between 2006-2015. He has served as the director and Deputy-Chairman of the Westfield Group since 1991.

Fred Hilmer - Wikipedia


Peter Lawlor


Lawlor is a former Labor Member for Southport and served as the Queensland Minister for Tourism and Fair Trading. He served as a Gold Coast City Councillor for two terms until 1994, and campaigned on environmental issues and protecting the Gold Coast Broadwater.

Peter Lawlor - Wikipedia


Jodhi Meares


Jodhi is an Australian model, television personality and fashion designer.

Jodhi Meares - Wikipedia


Clive Palmer


Palmer is an Australian businessman and politician with iron ore, nickel and coal holdings. He owns Mineralogy, Waratah Coal, Queensland Nickel at Townsville, as well as other properties around Australia including the Palmer Colonial Golf Course at Robina and the Palmer Gold Coast Gold Coast. He created the Palmer United Party in 2013 and revived it as the United Australia Party in 2018. Photo credit: Jono Searle.

Clive Palmer - Wikipedia


Bob Quinn


Quinn was elected to Parliament in 1989 and served as leader of the Queensland Liberal Party from 2001 before being ousted in 2006. He was the member for Merrimac from 1992-2001 and the member from Robina from 2001 until his 2006 retirement from politics. Photo credit: Mark Cranitch.

Bob Quinn - Wikipedia


Ben Rothstein

 

Ben Rothstein, now based in New York, has built a photography career that has seen him work with some of the biggest names in Hollywood including Will Smith and Hugh Jackman.

Ben Rothstein - Website


Larry Sengstock


Larry is a retired basketball player and was CEO of Basketball Australia and the National Basketball League until 2012.

Larry Sengstock - Wikipedia


Amy Shark


Amy is an ARIA award-winning indie pop singer-songwriter, best known for her 2016 single “Adore”, which ranked as number two on that year’s Triple J Hottest 100. Her debut album debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart.

Amy Shark - Wikipedia


Miles Stewart (L, pictured with athlete Courtney Atkinson)


Miles is a triathlon athlete, originally a speed skater. He’s a three-time winner of the Hervey Bay Triathlon, won a silver medal the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester and competed at the first Olympic triathlon at the 2000 Summer Olympics. He’s currently the CEO of Triathlon Australia. Photo credit: Alix Sweeney.

Miles Stewart - Wikipedia


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Last reviewed 13 August 2020
Last updated 13 August 2020