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28 May 2013 Super User | News | Year 12  

Leonardo Pane wins Youth Achievement AwardHomebush Boys High School student, Leonardo Pane, has won the Strathfield Youth Achievement Awards 2013 – Community Service Award.

Leonardo Pane is a student of exceptional standing and has been recognised through many awards for outstanding service rendered to the community. He has proven to be a valuable asset to both the school and region. He enjoys a tradition of active community involvement, over 750 hours to voluntary based and community service activities. He is also an organiser and participant of community school activities, as well as, being a fine student.

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01 April 2013 Ryan Chadwick | News | Whole School  

New SiteWelcome to the Homebush Boys High New Website!  It's been a while coming, some may say too long, but it's finally here.  It's not quite finished yet but it's getting close and we believe it to be a huge improvement over the old site so we thought it would be good to let you get started exploring whilst we add the final polish and the last of the content.

Feel free to explore though keep in mind that not all areas are complete yet.

We tried to make the new site with a focus on you the user.  We know that the modern user expects (demands?) information at their fingertips no matter where they are so the new website has been designed to work beautifully on your desktop or laptop but also elegantly on your phone and tablet.  We know that you like to keep up to date with what is happening so we've made News front and center with easy access to the various Homebush Boys publications down the right hand side and the calendar up top.  You'll also find information you often need (as a student, parent or other) always there at the top right.

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04 February 2013 Super User | News | Year 10  

Mr Jonothon Sculthorpe, Head Teacher PE, leads a fabulous group of year 10 pioneers on the World Challenge. This intrepid group of students is comprised of Lukas Sorensen, Deren Mehmet, Laclan Mackintosh, Bilal El-Sayed, Alexander Flinn, Po-Shen Wang and Songlin Wu and they are flying off to Malaysia to trek in the mountains for one month. These students will live and work in the remote villages seeing and experiencing life as few of their mates could ever dream of doing. The group will be travelling with World Challengers from Bateman’s Bay High and North Lakes Senior Campus.

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