Kingsville Primary School was built by Frank Schillabeer, a one time mayor of Footscray, and a keen campaigner of educational opportunities for the western suburbs of Melbourne. Our school opened its doors as a central school on Friday, 1st August 1919.
Kingsville Primary School is celebrating its 100th anniversary throughout 2019.
A reunion for former and present students, staff and parents is to be held
at the school on Saturday 17th August, 2019 from 10am until 4pm.
The school, built by Frank Schillabeer, was a large red brick building, of two storeys, built on bluestone foundations, boasting eleven classrooms, staffroom, storeroom, office and foyer....it was the most impressive and dominating feature of the Kingsville area.
Over 100 years Kingsville has seen thousands of students through its doors. All their stories are important and we are privileged to share the following ones.
Kingsville Primary School has long been an important part of the local community. From supporting local charities, to holding our annual fete we proudly foster social awareness both within and outside the school.
"Kingsville Primary School aims to build a purposeful community of active learners who can meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world and become responsible global citizens'