Students and teachers were invited to wear orange or a nationally recognised costume on Monday to promote Harmony Day 2020.
Orange hair, shirts, beanies and socks added a splash of colour across the College and served as a visual reminder to promote inclusiveness and respect for everyone.
Year 12 student Dezarae Terepo was a standout in her multicultural attire, honouring both her Indonesian and Cook Island heritage.
Dean of Positive Culture Team Kelly Hulin said it was wonderful to see students embrace the annual celebration.
“Comet Bay College has such a rich, multicultural community and Harmony Day is an important day for all of us,” she said.
“While we were unable to deliver any group activities this year, it was wonderful to see the students and teachers recognise the importance of the day by showcasing orange.”