12 September 2013 Tim Jurd | News | Community  

2UE’s Dicko and Sarahare broadcasting their Breakfast Show live from Homebush Boys High School on Friday, September 13.

Thanks to our major sponsors Apprentice Power, Dicko and Sarah are visiting a different school in Sydney every month and this month it’s your turn!

Get ready Homebush Boys High because Dicko and Sarah will broadcast live 5.30am – 8.30am!

Get to the school early to enjoy a scrumptious BBQ Breakfast from IGA and Supa IGA.

Apprentice Powerwill be on site to answer any questions you or your parents might have about their services. You can also learn more about Apprentice Power here: www.apprenticepower.com.au

And if all that wasn’t enough, tell your parents they can win $954 cash on the day just for turning up! That’s right; any current Homebush Boys High School parents that attend the outside broadcast are eligible to win. Parents must attend, anytime from 5.30am, to fill an entry form and must be present at the time of the draw at approx. 8am to claim the prize. (NB: Only one entry per person).

It’s going to be a big morning with lots of activities and special guests… so support your local school this Friday, September 13 with Radio 2UE 954.

 

12 September 2013 Tim Jurd | News | Bushy Boys  

Good luck to Josh Hilliard in the World Triathlon Challenge in London next Sunday. This will be televised to a world wide audience and it is one of the elite events on the international sporting calendar.

Josh graduated from Homebush in 2007 and is the son of well-known Deputy Principal Bill Hilliard, who retired from Homebush in 2011. Bill, a sports star and athlete in his own right, played rugby league professionally for Wests Magpies and Balmain Tigers, still teaches locally. Bill maintains close contact with the school and Homebush community.

Best wishes to Josh from all of us here at the 'Bush.

09 September 2013 Joanna Chan | News | Year 12  

Youth Awards Presentation 1The Rotary club seeks to identify involved, concerned young people of all round ability, already embarked upon community interests and conscious of opportunities to participate in a wide range of interest groups. For the past 32 years the Rotary recognises these young people by providing opportunities such as RYPEN leadership camp, INTERACT club and ROYA.

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