Jindalee State School is a co-educational primary school in the leafy residential suburb of Jindalee in the western Centenary area of Brisbane. Built in 1966, the school grew with the suburb and now has an enrolment of around 820 students from Preparatory through to Year 6.
The school has taken a community and educational leadership role in developing a values-based curriculum aimed at academic excellence. A global perspective reflects the multicultural community and international student program, and is focussed on educating students for a clever and creative future.
The school’s popularity in the community has seen the introduction of an enrolment management strategy to ensure the school's infrastructure is sustainable.