Engadine Public School
Our school has a rich history, having been planned for, from as early as 1918.
The original school was established as "Engadine Provisional School" and opened its doors for the first time on September 13th, 1932. This school was located on Railway Parade.
Commencing with 39 students, the school soon had more students than seats! After much persuasion from the local community, the Department relocated the school to its present, more suitable site. Schooling on the current location commenced on May 21st, 1935 with 89 students.
Today our school provides quality education, in a caring environment and we have approximately 360 students.
View the Engadine School handbook (PDF 1MB).
All programs at Engadine Public School are underpinned by a Student Welfare Policy which aims to meet the personal and social needs of students and enhance their well being. The school is committed to fostering social responsibility and student achievement through balanced, challenging and relevant curricula. The school caters for the individual needs of all students, supporting those in need of remediation and extension.