Cobram Secondary College students enjoyed a splash in the sunshine at the school's swimming carnival last week.
There was racing, chants, hot dogs and plenty of fun for all.
School community engagement officer Anne-Marie Hindle said it was "bittersweet" for the Year 12s taking part in their final swimming carnival.
“They had a hot dog stall raising money for their valedictory at the end of the year,” she said.
She said students who did not want to race had the option of earning points for their house through swimming in a continuous lane.
“We wanted to encourage everyone to join in and have a bit of fun and exercise while contributing to their house,” Mrs Hindle said.
“We're really excited about students progressing to the zones because we have some really strong swimmers.”