Wee Jasper Public School is a small, isolated school set on nine acres in the picturesque Goodradigbee Valley. The school was established in 1899 and has always been a one teacher school. Native birds visit the gardens in the school grounds and the school house is the regular subject of tourist photos. The schools mission statement is: "Committed to providing an environment of cooperative learning that will enable all members of the school community to achieve the best of their ability." The school offers a diverse range of learning opportunities for the students. To overcome isolation, the school is active in promoting activities with other schools to maximise social and cultural experiences for the children. A hard working P&C, school council and strong community support, help to enrich all school programs. Parental involvement is highly valued and is an important part of the school's culture.