Murray Bridge High School is seeking community consultation to create a fresh, modern image that will reflect the journey of the youth who will pass through its doors.
Students, parents, teachers and the wider community are being asked to provide input into a rebranding of the school's message and meaning, which will include a new logo and motto.
Murray Bridge High School principal Ruth Mussger said the rebrand would reflect the school's strengths, values and aspirations.
"Our ultimate goal is to create a new look and feel that reflects the school's rich history and cultural background, while also incorporating a more aspirational message about our future as an entrepreneurial, skills-focused, job-ready, progressive, inclusive and specialist high school," she said.
"Now, more than ever, we're focused on equipping our students with the knowledge and skills to achieve their life and career goals, in a rapidly changing world.
"The views of students, parents, teachers and staff, alumni, the Ngarrindjeri community and, of course, the wider Murraylands public will be so important during this process."
As year 7 students get set to transition into high school in 2022, the school wants to show its approach to becoming future-ready with resilient and skilled graduates.
Ms Mussger said the school was seeking community consultation on the rebrand so it could reflect the history, vision and inspiration of the institution.
"We don't want to create the new brand in isolation ... that's why we are asking for feedback from our key stakeholders to help us along this journey," she said.
Community consultation begins this month with an online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GR578KZ.
For more informationvisit https://www.mbhs.sa.edu.au/.