23 June 2017 Ibrahim Taha | News | Whole School  

Once again, Homebush Boys High School has displayed the beauty of its cultural diversity and inclusion with the successful Ramadan Iftar night.

Ramadan is a holy month for Muslims, who fast from dawn till sunset in order to learn self-discipline, self-restraint and patience. It also teaches empathy for the less fortunate. With many students partaking in this holy month, Homebush Boys accepts and acknowledges the beliefs of all. Every year, an Iftar (evening meal) is hosted where Muslims and Non-Muslims break bread, share a meal and unite as a school community. This experience of coming together is much needed in our time.

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22 June 2017 Joel Howard | News | Whole School  

It is a government requirement that students are attending school every day and are on time. Although most students at Homebush Boys High School have great attendance, there is a small cohort of students who are not meeting school and government expectations. If your child is late or absent, please notify the school with a note or doctor’s certificate explaining their absence on the first day of their return.

Notes are being sent home notifying parents and carers of students who are arriving at school late on a regular basis or who are not meeting the minimum attendance expectations.

If you need to discuss attendance or lateness please contact the Head Teacher Administrations at Homebush Boys High School on 9764 3611.

20 June 2017 Callum Alexander | News | Whole School  

HBHS’s annual CAPA Evening is this week, Thursday 22nd of June.

As always, this evening is a celebration of the hard work, dedication, persistence and, above all, creativity of our Students here at Homebush Boys.

A collection of student Art works will be on display from 5:30pm and a performance showcase will commence at 6:30pm. Light refreshments will be provided throughout the evening.

We hope to see you in attendance for what will surely be a highlight for the 2017 school year.