The Hastings community has rallied behind the Rollands Plains Upper Public School P&C Association to support their recent photo competition.
The winning photos will form the images for their beloved calendar which raises vital funds for the school each year.
P&C Association president Kristina Hamley said she was delighted at how the community had come together to support the art competition.
"It has been wonderful to see so many people entering the competition and then come through the door when we held our exhibition on the weekend," Ms Hamley said.
"We had 12 categories which will then form the photo for each month of the calendar which will be available to purchase from the first week back at school in October."
During July and August, the Rollands Plains Upper Public School P&C Association ran a photo competition with 10 open categories and two specifically for students at the school.
Ms Hamley said it was wonderful that more than 150 people came through to see the exhibition and support the local community.
"When we were thinking about how to source the images for our 2020 calendar we thought it would be nice to include the community in it and the idea of an art competition was formed," she said.
"All the images that were chosen as winners are great and we are excited for people to see the calendar."
The calendar will be available for purchase on the P&C Association's Facebook page and from the school.