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Situated in the eastern suburbs of Warwick on the Condamine River, our school provides a co-educational education from prep to year 6 for 214 students from Warwick as well as the surrounding rural area. These students comprise of 29 enrolments in prep and 185 primary..

The Warwick East State School facilities are comprised of primary, special education unit and prep facilities on one campus.

The school has a long history dating back to 1850, making it the oldest school in Queensland. The National School building, one of the original buildings is heritage listed.

Classrooms are a mix of new modular rooms as well as refurbished rooms in older buildings. A special education unit caters for students with disabilities. A purpose built early years complex was completed in 2014 heralding a new era of education with the early years.

The air conditioned resource centre houses the school's library collection as well as a lab of computers and a media room equipped with interactive white boards. Other hubs of computers are located in the middle and upper school classrooms with all classes having access to computers in their room. Internet access is provided to all classrooms.

Warwick East State School is situated on picturesque, spacious grounds that include extensive playground equipment under shade, spacious playing fields, practice cricket pitch, tennis practice board and an undercover play/learning area that was completed in 2012.