It may be their last week of high school ever, but despite having raised more than $14,000 for the Dubbo Royal Flying Doctors Service, St John's College year 12 students are still making moves to raise the bar.
Year 12 coordinator Dianne Quade said they could have left their donations as it stands but instead they brainstormed ways to hit their fundraising target of $15,000 for the RFDS.
The cohort wanted to claim the title as the year 12 class to raise the highest amount of money.
On Wednesday, the students, along with teachers including Ms Quade, donned their pyjamas and brought baked goods to sell during recess.
The students contributed money to wear their pyjamas, which will be added to the funds raised through their cake stall and added to the existing donation pool of $14,200.
The force behind the drive was school captains Lillie Abbott and Sharon Sabu who were both rocking their pyjamas.
Lillie was wearing a more practical satin two-piece button up and trousers, Sharon on the other hand was rocking a bright red Elmo onesie, and he did so in style.
"All the juniors love it [seeing them in pajamas]," Sharon said.
"It's good to see some of the teachers dressed in their pyjamas," Lillie said.