At the beginning of every year, high schools have their swimming carnivals and Goulburn High School, Mulwaree High School and Trinity Catholic College held theirs on differing days at the Goulburn Aquatic and Leisure Center.
Goulburn High School sports organiser Bonnie Chadwick said the carnival on Friday, February 14 went to plan and everyone had a great time.
"The winning house was Knopp, while some new era records were broken," Chadwick said.
"The kids had a great day participating in volleyball, the free swim race and novelties as well."
Following that, the school competed in the zone swimming carnival in Queanbeyan at QPRC Aquatics on Wednesday, February 26 and finished fourth.
Mulwaree High School deputy principal Sally Curry said their carnival on Tuesday, February 11 was only for competitors as the whole carnival was washed out due to rain.
"The students in attendance swam very well and were successful," Curry said.
"Emily Weston swam extremely well and was a standout at our carnival, breaking a record in the 100m freestyle.
"Ruby Hanger represented the school at the state carnival last year and we are expecting her to again swim well at the next level."
Mulwaree too competed in the zone carnival and finished second overall.
Trinity Catholic College held theirs on Monday, February 17 and their house spirit was high.
The competition was tough and the students' behaviour was exemplary.
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