12 December 2018 Jinping Blunden | News | Year 12  

Dear Year 12 Students 2018,

On Friday 14/12/18, we are going to hold an ATAR day event for your achievement. You are invited to come along to enjoy sausage sizzle with your teachers and peers from 10.30 am under the arches.

R.S.V.P -  Mrs Blunden by Thursday 13/12/18.

Look forward to seeing you all.

10 December 2018 Emily Yong | News | Whole School  

Homebush Boys High School are inspired by the work of Australia for UNHCR and wanted to support them by raising money as part of my participation in Lunch Money for Refugees. By bringing your lunch from home and donating your lunch money or even a gold coin donation to Australia for UNHCR, you can help provide life-saving nutrition to children in need. In Week 9, Friday 14th December students from 7A will be collecting donations during assembly and at lunch outside the canteen.

The more people that know about Australia for UNHCR, the greater their impact, so please also spread the word by sharing our page with your friends and family. Thank you in advance for your generosity, it means a lot!

​Please help us help them by giving whatever you can at:


06 December 2018 Guy Beal | News | Year 08  

During the term, our Year 8E English class started work on poetry; focusing on poetic language and the study of key poets. We were then asked to write our own poems, using techniques we had learned. In the beginning, when we started writing our own poems, there were only a handful of good ones. However, as time went on and with the help of Miss Mirkova, we finally managed to improve. So, Miss decided to put the best poems in an Anthology, in fact, the very one before you. We all set off and after a lot of hard work, we finally managed to get all the poems completed. I would like to thank Mr. Beal, who helped publish this anthology – as a book and electronically. As well, Anagyrios Kallos and William Knight helped me to type up the poems and edit them for publication. I would also like to thank Nadeem Shaifullah, who came up with the images used in the anthology. We hope that everybody who reads this book will appreciate our effort. Enjoy

By Eli Mansfield, Year 8