Yarrabilba girl Telethia Delaney will walk through the doors of the Yarrabilba State Secondary College for the first time tomorrow, as a foundation student.
But a foundation student's role is not new to the youngster.
Telethia was also part of the first intake at St Clare's Catholic Primary School, Yarrabilba, when she started there as a four year old.
After that, she attended Yarrabilba State School, in years five and six, in another first intake.
Her mother Tiffiney said she took Telethia to the state school to be near her friends.
"It looked like a really good school, and all her friends were going there," she said.
Now, the 11-year-old is attending yet another new institution as it opens its doors.
She will be at the school for its official opening with education minister Grace Grace.
The youngster was thrilled to again be part of history, this time at the secondary college.
"I'm excited to go to the new school," Telethia said.
"All my friends are going there as well."
Tiffiney was pleased to get her daughter into the college, and said she was excited for her daughter's education.
"It seems like it's going to be a great school," she said.
Telethia has been accepted into the schools performing arts program. She will learn about all things stage, like singing, dancing and backstage production.
"It's everything to do with performing arts," Tiffiney said.
Telethia said she hoped to be famous one day, but did not know what she would be well known for.
Her backup plan was to study interior design, though Telethia said she enjoyed most school subjects.
Her favourites are English, maths, art, music and physical education.
Telethia said she enjoyed playing netball, but was not specific about sticking to a position.
"She just loves running around," Tiffiney said.
The college is one of eight schools opening in Queensland this year.
Up to 1800 enrolments are expected by 2024.
Lara Morris, who will play violin in the school's music program, was the first student enrolled at the college.