Citizen Scientists at Engadine High School!
The School of Ants is an exciting international citizen scientist driven project in Australia.
EHS hosted a visit and creative writing workshop by award-winning children's author, Will Kostakis.
The recent Year 12 Music Night was a showcase of impressive talent with a wide ranging repertoire of performances from19 committed students.
Amy Cook has received the most exciting news of her life! She received an email from Swimming Australia to congratulate her on her selection to the Para Tokyo Development Squad.
Jessica Yeats and Evan Pignatelli were selected by region to be a Director for a Day.
Our HSC Drama Night was a ripping success - well done to our troupe of thespians!
A team of fifteen passionate young Australians from Year 11 have formed a committee to support World Vision’s 40 Hour Famine.
There is nothing quite as powerful as young people determined to bring about positive change in their world. As with all generations there are significant challenges that need to be faced and in so doing leave our world a better place for the generations that follow.
It’s been a bumper time for performances, festivals, auditions and awards at Engadine High School.
The Concert Band competed at the NSW School Band Festival They performed in the ‘Graham Lloyd’ event where they received a Gold award for their outstanding performance.
In-spite of the threat of rain the students of Engadine High turned out in their hundreds for the annual swimming carnival.