Jindalee State School (JSS) is a co-educational primary school in the western Brisbane suburb of Jindalee. It caters for students from Prep to Grade 7, and is a feeder school to Centenary State High School.
The first school in the Centenary area was the Seventeen Mile Rocks Provisional School, which opened in 1870. After the opening of the Centenary suburbs to residential development, Jindalee State School was opened on Burrendah Road in 1966, with an original enrolment of 64. Since then the school has grown far larger, with the opening of more "blocks" over the years, culminating with the opening of the school hall in 1998 and the renovation of a new block in front of the school hall, called H8 and H7 in 2006.
The current enrolment number of children is around 800, down from a peak of 981 in 1981.<!-- Commented out because image was deleted: -->