Tag: Year 12

  • Year 12 Adv English - Othello Performance Excursion

    On the 26th October, the students studying Advanced English, along with Ms Ball, Ms Bonis, Ms Yong, Ms Hasham and Ms Lea, were lucky enough to attend the Bell Shakespeare’s production of “Othello” at the Playhouse Theatre, The Sydney Opera House.

    It was a pleasant evening which allowed both students and teachers alike to experience a live performance of the play that had been studied in class over the last few months. While reading “Othello” enabled students to get into the minds of the characters; being able to see a live performance was a unique experience that allowed for an entirely new level of understanding and interpretation. We gained an appreciation for production, performance and design decisions, such as costuming and lighting.

  • Prefects 2016-2017

    Congratulations to all the Prefects of 2016-2017. The student leaders have worked hard in their academic, sports, creative activities, outdoor education, responsibility in school and service learning. Furthermore, they have demonstrated excellence in their role of being responsible global citizens in wearing their school uniform with pride and taking responsibility for or showing leadership and initiative in various school functions. Therefore, popularity is not a criteria used to be elected as student leaders. The Prefects have been selected in a fair democratic election process by their peers and teachers because of the special qualities that they have demonstrated in their positive interactions with the rest of the school community. For example, Zaki Ousmand, the School Captain, is a considerate and respectful student. He is kind and compassionate towards his teachers and fellow students. For the first time at HBHS, we have a School Captain who can sing, dance and play musical instruments as well as chairing a formal school assembly. Ibrahim Taha, the Vice School Captain, is friendly, ever joyful and a confident communicator. He is a hardworking student whom all students can turn to if they want some study tips. Levi Anderson-Foster, the Senior Prefect, is creative and a motivator of the Prefect team. He has broad shoulders that all students can cry on when they need a friend.

  • 2017 Prefects

    Congratulations to the following students on their selection as Prefects for 2017.

    Vice Captain Captain Senior Prefect

    Prefect

    Ibrahim Taha

    Prefect

    Zaki Ousmand

    Prefect

    Levi Anderson-Foster

    Prefect

    Adam​ Yau

    Prefect

    Denis Mulya

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    Jayanth Kumaralingam

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    Jeff Chen

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    Kendyll Vati

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    Lincoln Dale

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    Matthew Wong

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    Mohamad Farroukh

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    Mohammed Elakhras

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    Nicholas Ngo

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    Peter Koungoulos

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    Ruben James

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    Ryan Wu

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    Srihari Nair

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    Subbiah Durai Surendran

     Prefect

    Wilfred Knight

     

  • CAPA Night

    In their final year the Visual Arts and Music year 12 students have worked tirelessly on their HSC Body of Works and Musical items.

    On the night of September 3 - CAPA Night, the teachers and students were delighted to showcase their Body of Works to over 80 individuals, including parents, students, friends, teachers and even other staff members from other schools. Having presented and performed such amazing artworks and musical pieces, our Year 12s were shown support and encouragement as well as offered best wishes for their upcoming HSC examinations.

  • 2016 CAPA Night

    Students in the Visual Arts and Music faculty will be exhibiting and performing their HSC work on Thursday evening starting with the Visual Arts Body of Work on display at 5.30pm, and then the Music students will perform their musical items from around 6.30pm until 8.00pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

    Where: Homebush Boys High School, Hall

    When: Thursday, 1st September, 5:30pm - 8:00pm

    Cost: Free

     

  • Vale Adam Lees

    A message from Mr Daniel Lees and family:

    Thanks to all of the Homebush Boys students and staff who attended or who offered their support for Adam Lees.

    It was a special moment to see all of his peers on his final celebration.

    Please ask all students to stay safe and to strive to achieve there goals and dreams..... While having fun !!

    Thank you for everything from the entire Lees family.

  • UNSW High School Engineering

    On Wednesday the 18th of May a group of students, myself included went to the University of New South Wales to attend a high school information day for Engineering. It introduced us students to the university as well as the Engineering faculty and informed us about the different aspects of engineering and the work they perform. We weren’t the only students there. Students from different schools across Sydney attended, it was a great way to socialise and meet new people, with an interest similar to our own.
    The day started with an introduction from some of the staff members from the engineering faculty. They provided us with an introduction to engineering, and the common job that every engineer must do. It is to identify the problem, and come up with a solution. The staff told us what it takes to become an engineer, no matter what type you must be a thinker. And how engineers are shaping the future by applying their skills to almost everything you can think of, from medicine to renewable energy, food technologies to sustainable mining.
  • Western Sydney University Master Class

    Last term a few senior boys had the privilege of attending a workshop hosted by the WSU on our impacts as individuals on the society. The workshop was aimed at building our skills, as young individuals, in taking initiative and working towards the welfare of our society. They had offered several workshops for the categories . It was truly inspirational to hear from students in WSU who had brought change to the broader community through their initiative and hard work. The boys who attended the event had definitely taken back invaluable lessons and experiences at the end of the day.

  • JM15: A true display of student creativity

    Our annual digital media showcase, JM15, was another huge success this year with over 250+ attendees! It was a brilliant night of celebrations and display of student creativity in the field of digital media production. Thank you to all the staff, students and professionals that came to support and witness the creative excellence at Homebush Boys High, not to mention the five star hotel catering from our Hospitality students and staff!

  • Year 12 Visual Arts Exhibition

    The annual Year 12 CAPA night was again a very successful event that highlights the many talented students within the creative arts at Homebush BHS. Parents, friends, staff and teaching colleagues from our school region attended the exhibition to view a fantastic selection of artworks from the Visual Arts students. Yr 12 Visual Arts teachers Mr. Tony Letsios and Ms Linda Adams were the teachers, who guided and mentored the students in the development of some stunning Bodies of Works that included painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and printing.

  • Year 12 - 2015 Graduation Luncheon

    The Year 12 Graduation luncheon is fast approaching please click on the picture to view the presentation from last years luncheon.

    Catered by Year 11 Hospitality.

     

    Thanks,

    Ms. Bolbol

  • Year 12 - Educating Rita

    On Saturday 6 June, Ms. Ball, Mrs Porteus and Mr Lee joined 23, year 12 students at the Ensemble theatre in Kirribilli to see ' Educating Rita'.

    The play is part of the HSC Standard English course (module C) and deals with a working class woman, named Rita, and her ambition to gain an education.

    Although dealing with serious issues, the play is quite humorous and the students commented on their ability to laugh amidst being moved by the characters' interplay.

    The students were commended by both staff and patrons for their behaviour and engagement in the theatre experience. 

    An enjoyable time was had by all and we look forward to seeing more plays at the Ensemble Theatre in the future. And a big thanks to Ms Ball, Ms Porteous and Mr Lee for organising and supervising the students in their own time.
     

  • UWS: Motivational Speaker

    Homebush Boys High School’s, 2015 Study Skills Program, assists students with their educational endeavours. The Senior Program this year has included session presentations by guest motivational speakers from various universities. Year 12 students had the pleasure this term, of welcoming leading motivational speaker, Mr James Arvanitakis, to the school. James is a regular speaker at national and international conferences, delivering keynotes and research papers.

  • Artexpress 2015

    Homebush Boys High School’s, highly inspirational and talented, 2014, HSC Visual Arts students, Otis Burian-Hodge, Zheng Chen, Akul Pandi and Anuraj Talati, have been successful in having their pieces selected, for the 2015, ARTEXPRESS exhibition. Featured currently, is a selection of outstanding student artworks that provide insight into students’ creativity, high standards, diversity, and issues important to them. Art teacher Mr Letsios, and Principal Mr Kennedy, were delighted at the success of our students. They were in attendance at the recent viewing of outstanding student artworks. The strong tradition of excellence continues on at our school.

  • LOTE Student HSC Success 2014

    HSC Chinese Background Speakers (CBS)

    Twelve students sat for this exam.  Six students received a Band 5, six students received a Band 4. Comparing these results to their English (ESL) performance, eight students achieved higher marks in the Chinese Background Speakers course. For seven students, CBS was their best result in their HSC. There was a very strong correlation between school assessment and moderated assessment. This supports the LOTE faculty’s clear and explicit assessment practices as more than adequately preparing students for the HSC examination.The highest result was 85 – Lifu Peter PENG and Yip Chun WONG. The second highest result 83 – Lingbo YU and Zheng CHEN,.Third Highest result 80 – Yike XI and Michael Bangyi ZUO

    HSC Heritage Korean (HK)

    2014 marked the inaugural year for HK studies at HSC level. Five 

  • UTS:Insearch HSC Study Skills

    Homebush Boys High School’s, 2015 Study Skills Program, commenced in the first weeks of school.

    The Study Skills Program assists students with their educational endeavours.

    The Senior Program this year included a motivational speaker and exam preparation session presentation by guest speaker Mr Rowan Kunz.

    Leading HSC motivational speaker and exam preparation coach Mr Rowan Kunz delivered a HSC Study Skills Workshop to all Year 12 students at Homebush Boys High School.

  • Inside ArtExpress 2015

    ArtexpressHomebush Boys High School’s, highly inspirational and talented, 2014, HSC Visual Arts students, Otis Burian-Hodge, Zheng Chen, Akul Pandi and Anuraj Talati, have been successful in having their pieces selected, for the 2015, ARTEXPRESS exhibition.  Featured will be a selection of outstanding student artworks that will provide insight into students’ creativity, high standards, diversity and issues important to them.

  • Year 12 Formal 2014

    The Year 12 Formal 2014 was held at Daltone House, Darling Island on the 17th of November. A great time was had by all. The boys were stunning, the girls were simply gorgeous, and the teachers absolutely beautiful. It was a great celebration to the end of the HSC examination and schooling. This is perhaps the last time we will all officially gather together for a while (until the reunion!). This is not a final goodbye because I expect them to all come back to school to visit or at least keep in touch with their Year Adviser via email. I wish the boys will enjoy their well-deserved break. Be good and keep safe!

    Please click on Read More for the photos/videos.

  • HBHS ~ Class of 2014

    230 Year 12 students graduated on the 18th of September. Many guests, parents and friends join us for this memorial occasion. The Year 12 students walked into their final outdoor assembly under the fig tree by our school's fantastic drum corp. The year group had their formal graduation ceremony after the assembly followed by a scrumptious lunch catered by the very professional Homebush Boys High School Hospitality staff and students. It was a beautiful way to farewell our Year 12 students. We wish them all the very best in their upcoming examinations and their future endeavors.

     

  • Student Excellence on show at CAPA Night 2014

    The annual CAPA night was held on a wet and chilly Thursday night this term. The evening started with an exhibition of the Yr12 Visual Arts students’ Body of Work that showcased the many talented students we have at our school. A big turnout of parents, friends and teachers viewed the artworks, and commented on the high standard and quality of the Body of Work produced by the students. The second part of the evening involved the Yr12 Music students performing their solo musical pieces that they will be doing for their HSC practical exams and again that brought enthusiastic applause from an appreciative audience. Once again the night proved to be a roaring success that highlights the many creative Yr12 CAPA students within our school. We wish the students every success with their upcoming HSC exams in term 4.

    Click on Read More to see a sample of the work.