25 March 2014 Suzi Milovanovic | News | Year 12  

Homebush Boys High School, 2013, Year 12 students have achieved amazing results in the HSC.  They have been placed amongst the best in the state.  Nayan Bhathela producedan impressive ATAR score of 98.8, AAA recognition and is studying a Bachelor of Combined Law/Computer Science – UNSW.  Universities have recognised our students’ achievements, granting them entry into individual courses that have ATAR requirements of 99.5 and over.  To our delight, over 90% of our students have received university placements. Highlights have included our early university entry achievers, Mitchell Boyd and Sergei Houhlias and individual students ranked in the top 10 for individual subjects. 

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24 March 2014 Kathy Totidis | P & C News | Community  
The Homebush Boys Hign School Parents & Citizen are interested in exploring grant opportunities to assist the school in providing facilities and equipment for the school.
 
To find out more information or to be involved in assisting with grant applications please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
The presentation details links to the types of grants available. Strategies, tips and guidelines enabling organisations to deliver successful grant applications are also included.
 
Please Cick Here or on the picture to view the Presentation about grants from the “Grants Guy”.
 
These slides have been reproduced with permission from Whelan, K. (2014).  How to attain the $ in Grant$ [Slides]. Presented in a lecture for Grant writing road show for P&C’s and School Staff at Strathfield Girls High School on 29 January, 2014.
 
 
20 March 2014 Peter Gock, Charlie McLean and James Smith. | News | Year 07  

HBHS Year 7 2014 went to camp from the 12 – 14 February 2014. From the 5:30am wake up to the 5:00pm finish the Year 7 camp was an action packed adventure to all year 7’s.

We kicked off the camp with an early wake up. We arrived, at HBHS putting our luggage into the trailer and said our goodbye’s to our weeping mum’s and grateful fathers. After, a very dull and uneventful speech it was finally time to leave… or was it? For tribe’s 1, 9 and probably a few others it took what felt like an age to finally hear the sound of the bus engine. Driving down the wet and wavy roads every bus watched a couple of movies such as Despicable Me, Dodge ball and others.

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