Engadine High School once again celebrated White Ribbon on Monday, declaring proudly to our community that our students promise to reject and speak out against violence towards women.
Our success stories have been incredible over the past few weeks, with students, teachers and strategic teams being acknowledged for their dedication to learning and the community.
In one of the most successful Great Barrier Reef excursions to date, 30 of our HSC Geography students witnessed the beauty and fragility of the Australia’s greatest natural wonder. The five-day excursion was a great learning experience, bolstering their understanding of the first topic of the HSC course: Ecosystems at Risk.
On Friday, 15th September the school came together to raise awareness and much needed funds for the Fight Cancer Foundation. Footy Colours Day directly sponsor Fight Cancer Foundation’s education support which works with major paediatric hospitals to keep kids with cancer engaged with their education.
Year 7 have been working hard over the last term to create and construct a pair of boxer shorts.
Casey Coulthart Yr 12 was awarded a VET excellence award for her outstanding achievements in Hospitality.
Twelve of our students volunteered their own time to sell official merchandise for Legacy throughout last week.
Year 10 recently completed an assessment task where they were asked to create a single serve dessert inspired by a piece of literature.
The sounds of 'Swing Machine' entertained our community with 30 minutes of jazz at the Engadine Public School Fete on 26th August.