Awards & Accolades

Engadine High School

We are a proud comprehensive high school with a tradition of outstanding academic results. We have been recognised for award winning programs in a wide range of areas, including performing arts, engineering and sport.

Director-General's Awards

Numerous staff members and students who have won individual Director General's Awards and Sydney Region Awards for excellence. These awards demonstrate our ongoing commitment to excellence in all that we do. Engadine High School has won four prestigious Director-General's Awards for:

Excellence in Learning - Outstanding Linkages Program 2011

Outstanding Linkages Program with Primary Schools 2006

Excellence in Learning 2004

Excellence in Performing Arts 2002

 

International Awards

2013 5th 'F1 In Schools' World Titles, Texas 

2012 4th 'F1 In Schools' World Titles, Dubai

 

Australian Council of Educators

2017 Top Right (Bump It Up) Improving Literacy and Numeracy

2017 Bowerbirds - Collaborative Professional Culture that Lifts Achievement in Stage 6 

 

National Awards

2016 2nd  National 'REA F1in Schools Car Championship

2013 National winner of 'REA F1 In Schools' Championship

2012 National winner of 'REA F1 In Schools' Championship

2008 National winner of Wakakiri Story Dance competition

2007 National winner of Wakakiri Story Dance competition

 

Premier's Awards

2017 Top Right (Bump It Up) Improving Literacy and Numeracy (Finalist)

 

Significant Awards

Engadine High School has been awarded or nominated for the following honours in recent years:

John Lincoln Youth Community Service Award: Order of Australia Association NSW Branch – Evan Pignatelli 2015

School Donations Program – Gabrielle Mee 2015

MUNA Regional Champion Team – Hayden Sloggett, Callum Tsambalas, Joshua Warren 2015

Zonta – Young Women in Public Affairs Award – Sarah Fahey 2015

ROYA – Recognition of Youth Awards – Jessica O’Meara 2015

The Cohesive Community Schools Award 2014

Lions Club Youth of the Year Quest Finalist – Alexandra Neave 2014

2014 Young Women in Public Affairs Award – Sophie Abela and Teagan Jenkins

Marie Bashir Peace Prize – Sophie Abela 2014

John Lincoln Youth Community Service Award: Order of Australia Association NSW Branch – Sophie Abela 2014

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