Amiens State School was established in 1919. Our school is the heart of the Amiens community.
Amiens State School prides itself in the small school ethos of community, excellence in teaching, student satisfaction and high achievement.
Amiens State School vision is:
- Working together so every child achieves, socially and academically.
Our values are based on a positive approach to education which underpin our school rules:
- Be respectful.
- Be responsible.
- Be safe.
Amiens State School is a multi-grade co-educational state school situated 15 km from Stanthorpe on Amiens Road. The students are from the local Amiens area as well as from the Stanthorpe town area.
Amiens State School is a member of the Granite Belt Community of State Schools (GBCoSS). This membership benefits our students in varied learning opportunities with the combined schools of the Granite Belt. Such as participation in - sporting activities, school camps, competitions and transition to high school.
The school celebrated 75 Years Anniversary in 1994. The '75 Years History of Amiens State School' was written by Mrs Jean Harslett and is available at the National Library of Australia. It is also still available at Amiens State School. The Amiens community is looking forward to celebrating the 100 years Anniversary in 2019.