18 October 2017 Ahmad Alameddine | News | Year 09  

During Term 3, on 7-9 August, a group of 32 Year 9 students had the privilege to attend the Snowy Mountains Camp for three days. On Monday we had to be at school at 6.00 pm sharp to depart to Canberra. At Canberra, we visited very memorable places like the Australian War Memorial, located opposite Parliament House. We had a very interactive experience learning using 3D video clips and observing the fascinating objects from WWI and WWII. We had a guided tour of many parts of Parliament House including the House of Representatives, Senate Chamber and Parliamentary exhibits. We also visited NASA-Deep Space Communication Network which was a very educational and enjoyable experience. We learned of the benefits of space exploration, new technologies and international cooperation. After all these places we visited all the boys were exhausted and but we very excited to ski the next day. On Monday night we arrived at the ski hire store and we were fitted out in ski gear. We then went to out lodges for the night.

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16 October 2017 The PBL Team | News | Whole School   Community  

As part of rejuvenating the school’s PBL matrix and values, the PBL Team introduced the Bush Boy Behaviour (BBB) awards early in term one this year. The staff and students have embraced this initiative to award positive behaviour and maintain our values across the school.

Data collected so far reinforce the success of the BBB Awards. Students have placed 5014 BBB awards in the Friday assembly raffle box. This equates to a weekly average of 179 BBBs. On Friday 24 March there were 324 BBBs in the box. This is the highest weekly contribution. As well, this has resulted in over 800 bronze awards awarded to the students during the past 3 terms.

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13 October 2017 Abderrahim Abbou | News | Year 12  

Congratulations to all the Prefects of 2017-2018. 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 showing leadership and initiative in various school functions.

Being a prefect means providing leadership to the student body in the school, assisting teachers with various duties like the canteen and front gate duties, assisting in the organisation and running of various functions and actively participating in the development of school spirit and pride and upholding the traditions and values of Homebush Boys High School.

Prefects are to set an example at ALL times. They are ROLE MODELS to the rest of the school. Therefore they must uphold the HIGHEST standards at all times – Including uniform, adherence to school rules, effort, attendance, punctuality, attitude, respect, manners, motivation to work, taking initiatives etc.

11 October 2017 Gina Sorensen | News | Community  

What: A free seminar for parents of young people aged 3 - 18 years on "Strategies for managing child and adolescent anxiety."

When: Tuesday, 17th October 2017. Expo (4-6pm), Seminar (6-9pm).

Where: Burwood Library and Community Hub, 2 Conder Street Burwood

Free for all parents in the Inner West. Registration required.

Please click on the flyer on the right for more details.

09 October 2017 Christopher | News | Year 12  

Perhaps THE best way to complete a preliminary year in Homebush Boys High School for a select 20 students for the graduating class of 2018; the prestigious, highly distinguished Prefect Camp.

The two-hour drive to Fitzroy Falls began on the 17th of September 2017 at the revolting hour of 7 and the relatively scorching hot temperatures of Homebush (8oC), as opposed to the below freezing nights at the Southern Highlands. Embarking on this once-in-a-lifetime journey, little did we know of the limits not only Optimum would push us to, or the challenges we would collectively have to face and push ourselves to, but the lifelong friendships we would build, as prefects, as brothers.

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25 September 2017 Kirsty Glasby | News | Whole School  

Have a safe and happy holidays. 

School Resumes on:

Monday 9th October - First day back Term 4
Monday 16th October - Year 12 HSC Examination


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19 September 2017 Daniel Carrozza | News | Sports  

What: Free Tryouts
When: Saturday 23rd September
Time: 4-6pm
Where: Kevin Betts Stadium Ralph Pl, Mount Druitt
Register: Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR just drop in


  • Males aged 14 – 17 years old, Years 9-11 - State Public High Schools
  • Players currently not participating in private school basketball programs
  • Players currently not participating in basketball association representative teams in 2016-2017

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18 September 2017 John G Kennedy | News | Community  

The next P&C Meeting is on Tuesday evening at 7pm in the Common Room.

What: P&C Meeting with special guest Ms Budanovic presenting study skills for parents. All are welcome.
When: Tuesday 19/09/2017
Time: 7 pm
Where: Common Room

Homebush Boys High School has introduced a new study skills program in 2017. Students in Years 7 – 12 have participated in workshops teaching them how to be more organised, motivated and proactive when it comes to their learning.

At this meeting Ms Budanovic will cover highlights of the program this year, what is in store for 2017, and the vital role of parents in helping their children consolidate their study skills at home and reach their full potential.

15 September 2017 John G Kennedy | News | Sports  

Congratulations to Baki Redzeposki on taking double gold at Sydney International Open Judo Championships!

On the weekend of 19th-20th August, Baki competed in the Sydney International Open Judo Championships. He won the GOLD in the young men's division which is under 21 years of age and also won the GOLD in the senior men's which was a massive result. Baki was the youngest competitor in the senior division. A very proud moment. He is now training at a three day judo camp in Olympic Park which finishes Wednesday.

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11 September 2017 Zaki, Ibrahim, Levi | News | Year 12  

It has been an absolute privilege representing Homebush Boys High School as the School Captain for 2017, along with my Vice Captain, Ibrahim Taha and my Senior Prefect, Levi Anderson Foster and the entire prefect body. Although we faced many challenges, our tireless hard work has seen us achieve our objectives and have a successful year.

The prefects worked co-operatively with the “Bushy Boy Awards” scheme led by Mr Elaro, to reward students who pick up ten pieces of litter. This has been successful so far, and we hope future prefect bodies will uphold this initiative. We spoke weekly at Friday assembly suggesting ways in which we as students could respect the local environment, teaching staff and our fellow “Bushy Boys”. Furthermore, we wanted to increase the level of community participation and involvement of students. Our “Kickball competition” initiative engaged year 7’s to compete with one another in kickball games during lunch times, which was administered by the prefects.

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