Conondale State School is a P-6 school established in 1912 and is administered as part of the North Coast Education Region.
Conondale is located in the Upper Mary Valley within the boundaries of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council.
Conondale school community
Conondale is a caring and innovative school with a present enrolment of around 100 students.
We take every opportunity to provide experiences to develop student skills in all areas.
Our school serves a diverse community with the majority of the children attending the school from either the Conondale township or from the Crystal Waters Permaculture Village located nearby. Around 12% of our students are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander heritage.
A high percentage of our students travel to school on one of the two bus runs that service the school.
Parent support is strong and continuing as the consultative networks provided allow for input from many varied focus groups.
Community members have many opportunities to be involved in school activities and our open communication structure provides the opportunity for all stakeholders to have their say.
The Conondale School Community is characterised by:
- diverse lifestyles and expectations
- a dynamic community
- a rural setting
- a supportive community.
Our active Parent and Citizen’s Association is involved in our planning and operations.