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Where it's most needed

With so many things needed at the school, let us decide on what has the highest priority.
By choosing Where Most needed, we apply your kind donations to the most important needs of the school at the time.

Art & Archives
Classroom upgrades
Sports equipment & facilities

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How you can support Sydney High

Rebuilding the Pavilion at McKay Oval

Help us make this 21st Century facility for Sydney Boys now and the future generations a reality.

The Pavillion is currently in the planning phase and stage. Investing in this phase will fast-track us to finalising architectural drawings.

All donations are tax-deductible.

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Invest in the Union now.

You then pay no further fees for the rest of your life.

Membership of SHSOBU is open to ex-students, ex-teachers and parents and guardians of ex-students of Sydney Boys’ High School.

Life Members receive a specially struck badge.

Discounts for those seeking a senior life membership for Old Boys aged over 60.

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Direct your gift

Scholarship Fund

All donations go towards the support of students in need who are attending Sydney Boys High School

Please add an end date to see the countdown timer.

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Classroom Technology

The Interactive Classroom Technology project’s purpose is to enhance the digital learning technologies available in classrooms and other learning spaces. Sydney Boys High School has provided a computer and digital display in each classroom for many years. This equipment is both end-of-life and only designed to support a single model of education: lecturing.

The way our teachers and students use technology has evolved over the years. All students now have a laptop or similar device at their fingertips. Teachers want to use digital and online resources with their students in interactive and collaborative ways. All need to be able to rely on our digital capabilities as they move around the school.

The Classroom Technology Project makes rooms bright, ensuring learning content is clearly visible and audible. It standardises layout of technology equipment in each classroom – all operate in the same way. Each room allows teachers to wirelessly interact with the room’s projector from their preferred location in the room. Teachers can allow give students use of the room display and students can use learning spaces for collaboration without a teacher. Everyone can interact with the content being displayed in the classroom.

The pilot phase is complete with seven rooms in the McDonald Wing fitted out and 50 still to go. Only through the support of parents and the school community will we be able to bring the project’s benefits to all our staff and students.

Finishing Touches Appeal

The Governors Centre has been built and an Occupancy Certificate has been granted. Students from SBHS and SGHS are using the facility every school day. We haven't yet finished the complete fit-out.

In 2021, the school's fundraising focus is the 'Finishing Touches Campaign'. We still need some big-ticket items – the grand piano c.$75k, white goods for the two food handling spaces c.$35k, soft furnishings for the foyer and public spaces c.$15k and additional production lighting systems c.$25k.

If you are haven't yet donated to the Governors Centre, it is still possible to make a tax-deductible contribution. You can have a theatre seat with your family plaque on the back of it for $3,000. Alternatively, you can make a donation to the Sydney High School Foundation Advancement Fund. Help us to make this great new asset into a fine meeting, examination and performance space.

The Governors Centre is the most ambitious project ever undertaken by Sydney Boys and Sydney Girls High Schools. The schools' communities enjoy facilities as the direct result of the generosity of families and alumni.

SBHS Library Fund

Library Fund Arts and Archive
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