Home Hill State School is a Band 7 school with ten classes from prep to year 6. It first opened on March 25, 1913 and is the only state primary school in the township of Home Hill.
The Bruce Highway passes through the town. By road, Home Hill is approximately ninety-five kilometres, or one hour's drive, south of Townsville and a short ten minute drive across the Burdekin River from its 'twin town' of Ayr.
The vision for Home Hill State School is to empower our students to become resilient life-long learners as active participants in a changing world and authors of a sustainable future.