The Student Representative Council (SRC) had the privilege of volunteering at Our Big Kitchen (OBK) located in Bondi.
Engadine High School has once again showcased outstanding community spirit that embodies generosity and goodwill towards others! We raised over $27,000
On Harmony Day, Engadine High School embraced the Indigenous heritage of our beautiful school grounds
EHS is committed to keeping our community informed with the latest updates to the new HSC standards
and the processes involved in the RoSA credential.
In recognition of our outstanding support and embodiment of the Footy Colours Day spirit, Engadine High School is an inductee of Fight Cancer Foundation’s Footy Colours Day Hall of Fame 2016.
In August EHS celebrated Wear It Purple Day, which celebrates diversity and inclusivity in our school community. Student and staff donned purple clothing to make a statement that EHS is a safe and welcoming place for all students, regardless of gender or sexual identity.
This term we have been amazed by the incredible work Year 9 have done on their cross-curricular Project 'Building A World Worth Living In’.
Congratulations to the 50 participants in this year’s highly successful 40 Hour Famine. Our students, with the support of their families and friends, have raised an amazing $8,042.78 for World Vision projects across the developing world. Read more in Current News under the News Channel dropdown menu.
We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for all you have done to support Mercy Huts.
Every year Engadine High School is approached by Event & Sports Projects Australia Pty Ltd (ESPA) to volunteer at the Premier’s Gala Concerts.