A group of Year 9 and 10 students from the SRC attended the annual Amnesty International Schools Conference in Glebe Town Hall on Friday the 4th of September
Tickets are now for sale for this exciting event.
Congratulations to Evan Pignatelli in Year 12 who has been chosen by a judging panel of eminent persons as one of the winners of the 2015 John Lincoln Youth Community Service Awards.
EHS Performing Arts are holding a Fundraising Concert for ex-student Matthew Webster on Saturday 8th August.
Fifty Year 10 students had the opportunity to participate in a simulation program at Menai High School that mirrors the experience of a refugee.
Year 11 SRC and members of the Human Rights Committee attended the World Vision Youth Conference at Luna Park on Sydney Harbour. This conference was designed to provide those in Year 11 with the skills to run the 40 Hour Famine in our school this year.
At our P&C meeting last night, Ms Lisa Edwards gave a presentation aimed at Year 7 parents.
Gabrielle Mee from Year 11 was selected to be one of only fifty students from NSW, Victoria and ACT to participate in the UBS Young Women’s Leadership Academy, which was held at Sydney University, 13 - 17 April 2015.
Engadine High raises over $50,000 for World Vision over 40 years.
This year, World Vision is celebrating 40 years of the 40 Hour Famine. Engadine High has officially been thanked and congratulated for having been part of this significant milestone.
Thank you to the Engadine High School community for supporting our recent appeal to raise much needed funds for the thousands of people currently suffering in Nepal. EHS has raised $1116.35 for this most worthwhile appeal. A tremendous effort. The funds raised have been transferred to the Save the Children Fund.