What began as a small Christian Brothers' school for blind boys in a north shore house 62 years ago, now has a role and reputation beyond its walls. Today 131 happy faces arrive each morning at St Edmund's College Wahroonga to the school they love. These students live up to a 40 mile radius from Wahroonga and come from many socio economic groups. They are often in their special transport ‘taxis' by 7.00am in order to arrive in time for an 8.30am start. A staff of 50 offers the warmth, care and expertise which permeates every facet of St Edmund's.
St Edmund's College evolved from a school catering expressly for boys who were blind to one that is now:
- An independent co-educational secondary college for students Years 7 to 12 with a wide range of disabilities including sensory impairment, intellectual disability and autism. St Edmund's is a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition and administered by the Christian Brothers.
Our history is rich and miracles happen every day at St Edmund's. It is a school our community is very proud of.
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