Engadine High School staff and students stood with schools around Australia on Friday to declare that we are proud of our inclusive school.
Engadine High School is the third highest fundraising school in Australia raising an incredible $22,306 for World Vision Projects in the Middle East and Africa.
During the school holidays, Mikayla Groat-Reischl spent four days immersed in the world of Historically Informed Performance (HIP).
It was truly heartening to see our school community wearing an assortment of beanies today to support the Mark Hughes Foundation - Beanies for Brain Cancer day.
After 18 months of preparation, rehearsing and organisation 72 students from Years 8-12 and 5 teachers have embarked on a 13 day Performing Arts Tour to the United States of America focusing on San Francisco and Los Angeles.
F1 in Schools is an internationally recognised competition in which school students around the world design and manufacture small formula one cars and race
Engadine High School is so very proud of its Year 12s and their excellent HSC Results. Congratulations to all Year 12s and their families! Highlights include:
- 64 Band 6s
- 233 Band 5s
This week, Engadine High School held its annual White Ribbon assemblies to speak out as a community and condemn violence against women. Domestic violence in Australia remains an important social problem that needs our collective effort to bring about change.
Dean Salucci’s HSC Visual Arts Body of Work has been selected for inclusion in the upcoming Art Rules 2016
On Friday 9th September 2016, we welcomed our esteemed Minister for Education, Adrian Piccoli, to our school where he spoke in detail with teachers, parents and students about technology, literacy and learning.