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Articles relating to the whole school.

  • Homebush Boys High School values the diversity of all its cultures! We celebrate this each year on Multicultural Day, recognising the various ethnicities within the school. We invite the school community to join the festivities as the staff and students sing, dance, tell stories or play cultural music at our Multicultural Day concert. This event will take place at Homebush Boys High School on the 26th of July, 2019.

    We value the support of our parent community in assisting with the food stalls each year, If you are able to contribute to the cultural food stalls, please contact the school and leave your name and contact details. We look forward to your presence. 

  • On Wednesday the 12th of June, eleven students from the SRC and Prefect body, along with our teacher Ms. Hasham, were invited by Burwood Girls High School to attend a Youth Empowerment Forum, where the students from Homebush Boys were given the opportunity to listen to several keynote speakers. These speakers were inspirational as they spoke about their life experiences, the accomplishments they have made, and how they are helping contribute to society. These speakers were Kate Koschel, founder of the Kindness Factory, Isaiah Dawe, founder of ID Know Yourself, Lakshmi Logathassan, founder of the Laptop Project, and Sara Saleh, an award-winning poet and human rights activist.

  • For Young People looking for their first job and Parents keen to support their young person!

    Help with how to get and keep your first job - casual, part time or full time. Where to start, What type of job, Where to look. Preparing your Resume, Cover Letter and References. How to search for a job, what type of job can I do.

    How to apply - Resume & interview preparation, what to expect, types of questions & how to answer, employability skills. questions you should ask.

    Job Interview - what to expect, how to help your young person. Hear from Employers & Career Practioner directly. Hear from young people about their career.

    When:Monday, 24th June 2019

    Time: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

    Where: Western Suburbs League Club, 10 Old Leumeah Road, Leumeah, NSW 2560

    Cost: Free

    Click here to register.

     

  • Refugee Week (17-21 June) is Australia’s peak annual activity to raise awareness about issues affecting refugees and to celebrate positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society. More than 90 per cent of refugee children and young people attend our NSW public schools and TAFE colleges. At Homebush Boys High School we will be celebrating Refugee Week in a few ways.

    On Tuesday 18th June, students from 7A English will be selling maroon wristbands for $2 that state 'HBHS #WithRefugees' to show our support and celebration of refugees. Also under the arches, 7A students will be selling Margherita, Beef+Onion and Pepperoni pizzas for $2 a slice. To support this year’s Refugee Week theme ‘share a meal, share a story’ we invite you to buy some pizza and students from 7A will ask you to share a story about your favourite meal. By sharing these stories we hope to build a stronger community that celebrates all those who live in it. 

  • Please click on the image to enjoy the latest edition of our Bush Bulletin

    For all the previous editions of the Bush Bulletin, click on the Bush Bulletin link in the Publications Box on the right-hand side of this page.

  • The school is holding its annual athletics carnival on Monday 27th of May 2019. We are fortunate to have been able to book the Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre at Homebush for this event. Students will be able to use the most up-to-date equipment and compete on the warm-up track that was used by competitors in the Olympic Games.

    This is a formal school event and all students are expected to attend. Admission to the carnival has been paid out of the school fees. Students will be marked present before entering the Athletics Centre based on Houses. Students are encouraged to wear clothing in their house colours and each student doing so will be awarded a bonus point towards the carnival results. Rolls will be marked at 8.30am, just outside the main entrance.

  • On Tuesday the 21st of May, 2019, Homebush Boys High School had their annual school photos day. Photographs can be purchased for 7 days from the day photos were taken, after which late fees/additional charges will be incurred.

    Please follow the link to place an order for school photos online.

    Online order code: CG2 4HJ QQC

    Past years’ photographs including sports, co-curricular and representative groups are also available.

    Important Information:

    • School photos purchased online DO NOT require envelopes returned to school
    • Photos will be returned to your school for distribution approximately six weeks after photos are taken

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  • Homebush Boys High School, would like to invite you to attend the 10th Annual Ramadan Iftar night on Thursday the 23rd of May 2019.

    The event takes place at the School Hall at 4:30pm – 7:00pm and all students and teachers are invited to the event, Muslim and non-Muslim. Students are expected to buy tickets for $20 each and will be required to show their ticket on the night. A various selection of foods on the night will be provided for the students to choose from, and there will also be desserts and drinks available.

    Ramadan is the holy month in the Islamic calendar in which people of the Islamic faith fast for approximately 30 days from sunrise to sunset, in which Muslims are not allowed to consume any food or drink. Linguistically Iftar means the breaking of the fast, and it is an Islamic tradition to break it with an odd amount of dates and some water. Ramadan is a time of the year where Muslims try to understand what the poor and needy feel in times of hunger and desperation but more importantly to reconnect to their faith and strengthen their relationship with God Almighty.

    Ramadan is a time of reflection, but also a time to enjoy and we hope you will be able to join us for the Iftar night and enjoy your time there.

     

  • Three students from Homebush Boys High School have had their works chosen for the 2019 ARTEXPRESS exhibition. Congratulations to Kiran Surti who exhibited his BOW consisting of three paintings at the Armory, Sydney Olympic Park titled “Through the Speakers” and Pin How Chen and his BOW titled “Figtree/ Forest taped in Snow” which was exhibited at the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Artist Centre earlier this year.

    On Saturday Ms Horiatopoulos from our ESL Department and I were delighted to attend the official ARTEXPRESS opening at the Blue Mountains Gallery on behalf of Homebush Boys High School, and to share and celebrate Zhixuan Zhou success and achievement on being selected as a student artist and to have his work exhibited at the gallery.

    Zhixuan (Clarence) Zhuo a Year 12 student at Homebush Boys High School in 2018 was one of many exhibiting student artists whose work was chosen for ARTEXPRESS. ARTEXPRESS brings together a selection of outstanding student artworks developed for the artmaking component of the HSC examination in Visual Arts in NSW.

  • The Skills and Thrills careers showcase is an engaging, informative and entertaining showcase, created to highlight vocational education and training (VET) and the success stories that emanate from VET pathways.  The Careers Showcase will help parents better understand vocational pathways, including apprenticeships, traineeships and school-based apprenticeships and training and give parents the knowledge they need, to help their children make informed careers choices post high school.

    Through the showcase, parents will learn about the following:

    • Apprenticeships and Traineeships
    • TAFE/ Private Training Providers
    • Funding options available (Smart and Skilled)
    • In school options (SBAT's)
    • Where to find information
    • Who can assist/resources available
    • Opportunity to speak with parents and students who have chosen/ whose child has chosen a VET pathway (Q&A)
  • Yr 12

    • Akash Mubarik
    • Benjamin Jorgensen
    • Dimitrios Kallos
    • Patrick Leng
    • Pritiv Raj Deepak Raj
    • Zhangtao Deng

    Yr 11

    • Adam Farroukh
    • Ahmad Alameddine
    • Bassam Maaliki
    • Tom Nieser
    • Zain Ousmand

    Yr 10

    • Ashfeen Ferdouse
    • David Kadamani
    • Haren Kumaralingam
    • Ishu Rawat
    • Jayden Chan

    Yr 9

    • Anargyros Kallos
    • Avraam Carleton
    • Diluxan Ramanan
    • Vasanth Kumaralingam

    Yr 8

    • Aidan Elassad
    • Ayman Chaabou
    • Jaden Luu
    • Zane Hamad
  • Once again, Mother's Day approaches! The annual HBHS Mother's Day Stall features hand-assembled Swarovski crystal and sterling silver jewellery. Swarovski crystal and sterling silver earrings will be only $8. Sterling silver chains will be $10. The silver bangles are $15. There are many more jewellery products on offer for a variety of prices!

    When:Thursday 9th & Friday 10th May, 2019

    Time: All lunch

    Where:Next to the canteen

  • HBHS P&C will be holding a pop up uniform shop. A wide range of second hand uniforms will be available at a minimal cost.

    When:Tuesday, 7th May

    Time:8:20am to 10:00am

    Where:Front Office

     

  • Another term has passed, tucked under the belt of all students and staff. Particularly all of Year 12, who are one term closer to the Trials, the HSC, and ultimately the end of their high schooling career to begin a new chapter in life. Many things have happened during this term, notably many Prefect events and initiatives that the school has beared witness. To mark the closure of this term, here are a few things that have happened over the last term.

    To start of the term, the Prefects organised a barbeque for the Perfect afternoon tea. Hosting other school Prefects to collaborate and compare, gaining new ideas for school initiatives and meeting many new people. As the term progressed, the Prefects were a part of the SRCs, Anti-Bullying barbeque and the World's Greatest Shave, which were hugely successful. As the term drew to a close, the Prefect put together a Trivia Lunch, were student from all years signed up and participated in a much anticipated competition to win grand rewards. The student response for this event was astounding, with all available positions in the competition taken up by students from all years. Thank you to all the students who participated, and congratulations to the winners.

  • The Homebush Boys Prefects, organised a ‘Trivia Lunch’ on Monday the 8th of April in rooms 26/27, with many boys from all years joining in. It was a great and memorable day as there were plenty of laughter, fun and challenging questions being asked.

    The Trivia lunch included a variety of stimulating questions from topics such as sport, movies, flags and famous people that all competitors enjoyed. There were 8 teams of 4 to 5 from all years who competed. The winning group of the Trivia Lunch each received a prize of a $5 canteen voucher. All competitors had fun answering the wide range of questions, enjoyed themselves and were excited and happy to compete in another Trivia competition.

    The Trivia Lunch was entertaining and enjoyable, thanks to the hard work and organisation from Mrs Duch, Ms Hasham and the Prefect Body who helped out. With a special thanks to Peter Gock, Calvin Ittura and Jay Park for organising the Trivia Lunch. Another thanks to all the competitors that came on time and listened carefully to the instructions of the Prefect organisers.

  • Can you help a student undertaking a VET course at school? Are you a business that can provide them with a quality work placement to meet their HSC requirements?

    The students come to you when you want, they are committed to 35 hours over one full-time week. It's FREE and students are covered by all the relevant insurances!

    We need businesses that can help in any of the following frameworks:

    • Automotive
    • Business Services
    • Construction
    • Electrotechnology
    • Entertainment
    • The 8th of March marks International Women’s Day, a day that recognises the many important women in our lives, and celebrates the achievements of women. I, Ashfeen Ferdouse, along with other Year 10 SRC members Jayden Chan, Haren Kumaralingam, and David Kadamani, and our teacher Ms. Hasham, had the privilege of attending the Strathfield Council International Women’s Day morning tea at Strathfield Town Hall. We had the pleasure of listening to two great orators, Stacey Gadd who is the ambassador for Pink Hope and Dr Lim who currently presents on the ABC show ‘Ask The Doctor’. We also had the opportunity to listen to the Mayor of Strathfield, Mr Gulian Vaccari, speak about the importance of women and their contribution to our society.

    • Please click on the image to enjoy the latest edition of our Bush Bulletin

      For all the previous editions of the Bush Bulletin, click on the Bush Bulletin link in the Publications Box on the right-hand side of this page.

    • On behalf of the Interact Club, we’d like to thank the whole school community for getting behind The World’s Greatest Shave.

      Blood cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death in Australia, claiming more lives than breast cancer or melanoma. And every day, another 35 people will be diagnosed.

      Your support will help give those facing the shock of a blood cancer diagnosis, the emotional and practical support they need; and fund vital research so more people survive.

      In total, we helped raise $3800 towards The Leukaemia Foundation. Peter Smith who selflessly gives up his time to support any volunteering/charity that takes place at school and outside of school. He shaved his head and raised $1000. Meleik Trad, of Year 8, took the initiative to do some fundraising of his own, and ended up digging into his savings account to reach his goal of $1200, no mean feat!

    • Lowes Exclusive offer to Zero & Rewards Card Holders.

      20%* Off schoolwear and everything else! 

      In Store & Online - Thursday 14th March only.

      Offer ends midnight (AEDT) 14/03/19. Must use Zero or Rewards card to receive discount. 

      For more information please contact your nearest Lowes store. 

      * Excludes gift cards & all suit packages. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Floor stock only. Styles and colours may vary from store to store. No rain checks. Please choose carefully, exchanges and refunds only with docket. Includes existing 5% discount.