Kelly Scougall, president of the P and C at St Helens State School in Maryborough, encouraged those opposed to the phone tower being placed so close to the school to lodge an objection with the Fraser Coast Regional Council, which will be in charge of either rejecting or approving the project.
If the application was successful, the land would be rezoned from rural dwelling to telecommunications facility.
"We strongly oppose the rezoning of that land," Ms Scougall said.
"We want to create awareness so people can have a say on this."
Ms Scougall said she hoped if enough people objected, the council would reject the proposed site of the tower.
The public has until December 3 to make a submission.