at 556 Cleveland St, Moore Park, 2021 Australia
Sydney Boys High School is an academically selective high school conducted by the NSW Department of Education and Communities.
Sydney Boys High School is an academically selective high school conducted by the NSW Department of Education and Communities. The school was founded on October 1 1883 and moved to its current site at Moore Park in 1928. The school is bounded by Moore Park, Anzac Parade, Sydney Girls High School and Cleveland Street. The school's playing fields (The McKay Sports Ground) are located in Centennial Park. The school's rowing sheds, the Outterside Centre, which are owned and maintained by the Sydney High School Foundation, are located in Teviot Avenue, Abbotsford.
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We had great results from the School Teams National Fencing competition in Brisbane over the weekend. Our Sabre team brought home the gold medals. Our Epee Team A came home with silver medals and Epee team B put in an amazing effort but just missed out on podium positions this year.
Term 1 is almost over. School holidays commence on Good Friday, 3 April and finish on Sunday, 19 April.
In Volleyball, High defeated Canterbury, Sydney Tech and Caringbah in Rounds 3, 4 and the Final of SE KO. 8 High boys were selected in the 10 man team to represent SE at the NSW CHS Inter Regional Carnival next term. Well done boys!
Students start returning to school on Wednesday, 28 January and Thursday 29 January 2015. We hope everyone enjoys their holidays. See you back here in 2015!
Regarding the siege in Sydney, we have received no alert messages about changes to our school day and usual procedures. If we do receive any information we will notify staff, students and parents straight away. Parents have been sent an SMS to this effect. Students, Staff and parents are advised that there are no changes to our usual routine. Currently public transport is running as usual with the exception of no stops at Martin Place. When we hear further about public transport we will let you know.
Emmett Naar (Class of 2011) played in an internationally televised basketball game this week. (Televised on ESPN at 7PM on Tuesday.) Emmett played the full game and played really well. It was just his second game in a year and second college game. There is a game this Friday and again Sunday (both Sydney time) but neither will be televised here. That will be 4 games in 9 days - pretty tough intro. The Gaels website will have more information
Our 15 years CHS basketball side won the Sydney East Basketball knockout competition yesterday. They will now travel the state representing the school. Well done boys!
Sydney Boys High have won the Hume Barbour Debating Trophy for the third year running! Congratulations boys.
Congratulations to Sydney Boys High Debaters. In the last two weeks we have won Year 10 Eastside, Senior B FED and Year 12 Eastside which is our 6th year in a row of holding that trophy. Good Luck to Year 12 in the Premiers Debating Regional Finals on Friday.
Last week, SBHS competed in the NSW All Schools Volleyball tournament. We won in every division we entered - U15, U16 and Opens. HUGE effort! Congratulations boys.
SBHS did well at Saturday's Fencing Competition. One of our Year 11 students came equal 3rd for the bronze medal in the senior school boys individual sabre event. A Year 9 student did extremely well to bring home the gold medal in the senior school boys individual epee event. Congratulations boys!
1st Grade Rifle Shooters were placed 3rd in the GPS Shoot at Hornsby – the competition was very strong. In one of the matches, three schools, including HIGH, broke the record. 2nd Grade have retained the 2nd Grade GPS Premiership and also broke the previous record they set last year. We have 2 boys selected into the GPS Combined Team. All the boys shot well and we are very pleased with their results.
Sydney High Rifle Team competed in the All Schools Match on Saturday, 12 July at Hornsby Rifle Range. The boys took out both 1st and 2nd positions. A very positive result! We have only just begun. Tuesday and Wednesday, they will compete in the GPS Shoot, also at Hornsby.
Time to celebrate High's Tennis success on the weekend! Congratulations to Stephan Young (Yr 10) who won the AAGPS Top 6 tournament at The Kings School. This is the first time High has won this event. Also a hearty congratulations to Wanyu Tang and Danny Yu who made the semi finals of this event. An outstanding achievement in Tennis.
The High Chess team from across Years 7-11 won the annual Sydney Boys GPS Invitational games. Well done boys!
Sydney Boys High School First Grade Premiers in debating. Congratulations Max, Ganeshmoorthy, Thomas and Coach Angud Chawla. Well done also to 10A s undefeated all season: Akheed, Louis, Louis, David and Coach Conner Robinson. MIC, Ms Powell is REALLY proud of all the teams and thankful to the amazing audience we had for Firsts at Grammar tonight.
High v Grammar This weekend is our annual highlight contest against Sydney Grammar School. There is something special about this traditional rivalry. On Friday night our first grade debaters take on SGS to decide the premiership and the coveted Louat Shield. This debate usually draws the biggest audience of any GPS debate. On Saturday we have a full round of rugby and football – our only ‘gala day’ match up during the GPS winter season. Let’s make the most of the opportunity and get down to Weigall to support our boys!
Today is Open Day at Sydney Boys High School. All welcome.
The Sydney Boys High School Open Day for 2015 is being held on Thursday 3 September between 9:30am and 12:00 noon. All prospective students and their parents, especially boys from Years 4 and 5, are invited to visit our school and participate. We look forward to welcoming you to High.
Sydney Boys High - GPS Volleyball Champions! Congratulations boys.
The 2015 HSC Art & Music Showcase will be held in the Great Hall this Sunday, 23 August. HSC & Year 11 Films will commence playing from 12.45pm. Music Performances (Music 1, 2 & Extension) will commence from 1.30pm. HSC Artworks will also be on display in the Great Hall. It would be great to see you there and support the boys as they have been working full steam all year!
Please be advised that earlier this afternoon the school went into lockdown after an intruder was found on school grounds. Police attended. The offender left school grounds. The school is out of lockdown and boys are leaving on school buses as normal.
Our 15A and 16A volleyball teams both won their divisions at the recent NSW All Schools Volleyball tournament. Congratulations boys!
Welcome to the Sydney Boys High School Website
Located in Moore Park in central Sydney, Sydney Boys High School is New South Wales' premier selective school for boys.
Find out more about Sydney Boys High School by viewing our school overview .
Sydney Boys High School operates a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program for all students.
Devices for the 2019 school year are now available.
Construction of the Governors Centre is now close!
Work is expected to commence in early 2019.
Through the overwhelming generosity of the community over $10 million has been raised to create this vital legacy for the future education of our students.
The CBD and South East Light Rail crosses South Dowling St, Moore Park and Anzac Pde in front of the school.
Construction in the Moore Park area affects vehicular access to the school from Anzac Parade and school bus pickup locations.
Visit the school's Light Rail information page for further details.
High Notes - the school newsletter - is published on the Internet every week.
Parents and students should both read each edition to find out what is going on in and around the school.
Sydney Boys High School is an academically selective high school conducted by the NSW Department of Education.
The school was founded on October 1 1883 and moved to its current site at Moore Park in 1928.
The school is bounded by Moore Park, Anzac Parade, Sydney Girls High School and Cleveland Street.
The school's playing fields (The McKay Sports Ground) are located in Centennial Park.
The school's rowing sheds, the Outterside Centre, which are owned and maintained by the Sydney High School Foundation, are located in Teviot Avenue, Abbotsford.
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