INCOMING students of Horsham's Holy Trinity Lutheran College have had a sample of their future education at a prep transition day.
Dozens of four and five-year-old children engaged in activities at the junior campus including story time and craft on Tuesday.
The children said they were excited about starting school in 2020 and looked forward to learning and making friends.
Denise Schulz said her five-year-old grandson Javier Baker was "so ready for school".
Imogen Gerdtz, 4, said she was looking forward to attending school with her three older sisters, while Daniel Arthur said he was "excited for craft".
Robyn Adams, grandmother to five-year-old Boh Adams, said her now adult children had also attended the school - but a lot had changed.
Parents and grandparents said they were glad the option now existed for students to continue through to year 12 at the school.
This year was the first time the school had a year 12 cohort graduate, having attended since prep.
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