Donate to the Sydney High School Foundation

Sydney Boys High School has enjoyed a longstanding culture of philanthropy and support from its community, old boys, current and past families alike.

Sydney Boys High School and the Sydney High School Foundation maintain an ambitious vision to provide the most outstanding educational opportunities supported by state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. That can only be achieved with the support of you, our community.

Fund Details

Building Fund

The Sydney High School Building Fund is used to improve existing facilities and provide new ones that cannot be funded by government.

Donations to the Building fund over $2 are fully tax deductible.

One of the Foundation’s major projects under the building fund will be The Governors Centre.

A joint project between Sydney Girls and Sydney Boys High Schools, the Centre will include a 400 seat auditorium and a 400 square metre multipurpose space with moveable internal walls, suitable for classrooms, meeting rooms and examination spaces, specialist music rehearsal and tuition rooms as well as performance and debating spaces.

The building will front Cleveland Street, located between the two schools on the site of the Sydney Girls High School tennis court offering easy onsite and external access.

Scholarship Fund

The Sydney High School Foundation Inc. established the Sydney Boys High School Scholarship Fund in 2007. The purpose of the Scholarship Fund is to provide money for the awarding of the Phillip Day Memorial Scholarship.

Donations to the Scholarship Fund over $2 are fully tax deductible.

The Library Fund

The Library Fund was established to provide for the acquisition of resources, research material, library books, and IT support for the students’ education.

Donations to the Library Fund over $2 are fully tax-deductible.

All donations to the funds managed by The Sydney High School Foundation Inc. will be acknowledged with an official tax deductible receipt or statement when the funds are received.

You can donate to the school here.

Click here to watch an artist’s impression of a fly-through of the Governors Centre.