Sydney High School Old Boys Union


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The Sydney High School Old Boys Union (SHSOBU) represents the interests of graduates from the oldest selective boys high school in Australia.

We support the Sydney Boys High School through a broad array of activities including prizes and awards, fundraising events and advocacy for the school.

The SHSOBU council works closely with the Sydney High School Foundation, the Parents and Citizens Association and the Sydney Boys High School Council to ensure our goals and values are aligned.

The SHSOBU is a member of the GPS Old Boys’ Unions’ Council.

The SHSOBU is the primary source of communication and information for old boys regarding reunions, sporting events, achievements and awards. Self-funded, we rely on memberships of our old boys to support our activities.


Our new Old Boys Cap is now available for purchase.

Personalise your initials and leaving year, and have the cap delivered in a custom designed box.

To purchase click HERE.


2020 Current Student Medical Mentoring Webinar


With COVID restricting the Old Boys face to face mentoring normally held during the year in the School hall, we have gone online.

Join Doctors Owen Mattern (1999), Ying Li (2000), Chris Ryan (1982) and medical student Nikhil Autar (2011) as they discuss careers in Medicine and the paths and varied nature of what it means to choose a medical career.

The webinar will be held at 6pm on Monday 8th June, 2020.

Registrations may be made via this LINK.




Executive Council 2019-2020


Paul Harapin (1983) – P&C Rep, Foundation Rep

Vice Presidents:

Geoff Andrews (1964) – Membership Registrar, School Council Rep

Ross Bowey (1974) – GPS OBU Rep

Dennis Briggs (1967) – School Council Rep 

Council Members:

Paul Almond (1981) – Foundation Rep

Marcus Borscz (2019) – New Old Boys Rep

Arthur Chao (2016) – School Council Rep

John Croll (1981)

Alex Feldman (2003)

Michael Fischer (1970) – Reunion coordinator

Darren Howard (1983)

John Taylor (1967) – Secretary

James Solomons (1998)

Eric Wong (2000) – Treasurer, Foundation Rep & Mentor Program

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