Located in Moore Park in central Sydney, Sydney Boys High School is New South Wales' premier selective school for boys.
Find out more about Sydney Boys High School by viewing our school overview.
Sydney Boys High School has launched a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program for Year 9 students in 2014.
Visit the BYOD website for information about how the program operates and what is expected of students and parents.
The CBD and South East Light Rail crosses South Dowling St, Moore Park and Anzac Pde in front of the school.
The School Council and the P & C have noted a number of concerns in the Environmental Impact Study published in late 2013. These can be seen in the the submissions made to the assessment committee in December 2013.
The next targeted project for Sydney Boys High School Building Fund is the Governors' Centre - a new multipurpose centre to expand and upgrade our teaching, examination, performing arts and debating facilities.
Learn more about the Centre, or find out how you can support the project.
Sydney Boys High School has an extensive collection of archive documents and materials.
In order to provide easier public access to parts of the collections, a selection of photographs of sporting teams and other groups are gradually being made available online.
Sydney Boys High School is an academically selective high school conducted by the NSW Department of Education and Communities.
The school was founded on October 1 1883 and moved to its current site at Moore Park in 1928. The school is bounded by Moore Park, Anzac Parade, Sydney Girls High School and Cleveland Street.
The school's playing fields (The McKay Sports Ground) are located in Centennial Park.
The school's rowing sheds, the Outterside Centre, which are owned and maintained by the Sydney High School Foundation, are located in Teviot Avenue, Abbotsford.
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