SCHOOL HISTORY - LAWNTON CAMPUS
Gained funding in 2005 through Education Queensland to assist in the funding of the Lawnton & Caboolture Alternate Delivery Education Programs.
2013 The last Year 12 students graduated from the Caboolture Alternative Education Program after the loss of  Education Queensland  funding. Education Programs continue at Lawnton, Stafford and Fortitude Valley.

2015 YOS gained Independent School status and enrolled 21 students in its first year of operation. The school is situated at The Salvation Army Pine Rivers Corps (Church) at Lawnton.

2015 Alternative Learning Programs also operated at Lawnton (16 students). YOS Continues to support young people through Accommodation, Education, Life Skills and Driving Programs.

2017 YOS gained approval to build two temporary classrooms, a space the students could call their own.