High Notes, Vol 14 No 3, February 15 2013

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From the Principal

High Talent
At last Saturday’s SBHS Junior regatta the Year 9 1st coxed quad scull won their division in 4.06.30. Congratulations to Kevin Fan, Jacob Katafano, Oliver Lethbridge, Anthony Zhang and Daniel Xu for a highly competitive row. Benjamin Laird’s HSC work won the Australia Post Sponsor’s Prize at ARTEXPRESS. Congratulations to Ben!

P & C Meeting
At the February P & C meeting >75 parents attended. I presented an analysis of the school’s HSC results from 2012. Many parents were interested in what happened to HSC scores and how they were calculated as ATAR scores. While the calculation of ATARs by iterative scaling is a very complex process, the results of it affirm two things:  students should choose courses that they like enough to put significant effort into but should not overreach themselves and undertake courses for which they are ill-suited and underprepared; and more difficult courses hold their ATAR value down to the 75th percentile. Quite a number of parents had follow up questions. Much of the information presented is now available on the website, thanks to webmaster. To view it go to www.sydneyboyshigh.com choose ‘Publications’ in the navigation bar, then scroll down until ‘HSC Results’ is highlighted. The page has been updated for the HSC results but we are still waiting for UAC to send the final information about university offers and acceptances. The information on the destination of our 2012 HSC students should be available and uploaded by the end of the month.

ICT Update
The ICT team was very busy in 2012. The Network infrastructure modernisation phases 3.1, 3.2 and 4.1 were completed at a cost of $26k. Data projectors and sound systems were installed in rooms102, 105, 212, 215, 704, 802 and the Common Room ($40k), completing the 6-year project subsidised heavily by a regular distribution of profits from the Canteen. A core server and a terminal server came out of warranty and were replaced ($18k). Desktop computer memory upgrades and hardware replacement were carried out ($13k). Parts, accessories, printer standardisation and licensing fees cost ($9.6k). The Internet hosting system was upgraded ($3k). The server room was renovated ($2.5k), cabling was installed in the foyer and room 304 ($2.5k). Three scanners were purchased to make recording of attendance easier ($1k) The major cost item was wages and allowances for the three-man ICT team ($187.9k).

The total contribution from the DEC for ICT is in a $44k grant and an annual computer roll out of 40 machines. The TSOs funded by DEC only maintain the DEC issued notebooks for students. Notebooks for Year 9 students were issued this week. This is the last scheduled rollout of the Commonwealth program. New solutions will need to be found for ICT access for students in the Junior School going forward.

The school provides an advanced and reliable network, professional and technical services, database management and website maintenance. We are totally reliant on parents paying the technology levy to maintain this level of service for current students. Please make your contribution promptly this year.

School Council
At the School Council meeting this week the annual budget was tabled and discussed. Long term financial trends were analysed. The Sports Council, operating as a committee of the SBHS School Council, tabled a paper on sports development and administration. School community attitudes towards how sport is administered were canvassed broadly in 2012 and the Sports Council had many meetings debating the issue. The Sports council has now identified the issues and presented its finding to the SBHS School Council. At the meeting, the Council voted to refer the paper to the school with the request that a sports policy be developed by the school and that it then be referred for discussion and ratification by the School Council.
Dr K A Jaggar

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SBHS Debating

We were overwhelmed by the turn out to watch the Show Debate on Friday. We had 65 students sign up to be part of the Year 7 Debating Program and many of you are very experienced debaters. This year we should have 7 or 8 coaches designated for Year 7 which means we will be able to keep coaching class sizes small. All this bodes well for a highly successful start for Year 7 2013.

Coaching for Years 7, 8, 11, 12 begins this Friday. If you did not sign up for coaching there will be no spot for you. Years 9 and 10 starts next week. Coaching will begin in designated classrooms at 3.25 and will end 4.40 for Years 7, 8, 9 and 5pm for Years 10-12.

For all parents I am attaching a calendar to this week’s High Notes for your reference. Please keep this in a safe place as all the key events are marked on it. In competitions, if our name is first this means it is a Home Debate. Junior Eastside debates start at 6.30 and Seniors at 7.30. Junior Friday Evening (FED) debates start at 7 and Seniors at 8pm. Debaters have to be here much earlier to be involved in the coin toss and then have one hour of prep. It is a High tradition that students stay in school after coaching and many of the older boys go to Cleveland Street to get takeaway food. They are often accompanied by the younger boys until they get used to going alone.  If we have Home Debates then boys are expected to bring some food to share with our opponent school for supper, after the debate. This is a debating tradition and we expect all boys to contribute to this. Next week our Supper Coordinators will provide some guidance for this in High Notes.

An important event for parents is 28 February. On that date we will be holding a Debating Supporters Group meeting from 6pm until 7pm and then from 7pm to 8pm will be an Information Evening for Parents so that they can find out about the Debating Program at High. Please come along if you have any unanswered questions or would like to find out more about Debating at High.

I have received about 4 new email addresses this week which is a bit disappointing as so many new students in a range of Years have signed up for debating. If your son is involved or thinking of getting involved in debating this year then you must sign up for the Debating emails. Each week I communicate with boys and parents via email about the up and coming week and give out important notices. Please email me on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and tell me your son’s name, his Year group and your name. If neither you nor your son is on the emailing list then it is highly likely that he will miss out on important opportunities that arise in debating.
Rachel Powell
MIC Debating

Sydney Boys High School Debating Calendar 2013
Term Week Friday’s date Coaching on? Events
1 1 1 Feb No  
1 2 8 Feb No Show Debate for Juniors.  Great Hall.  Friday lunchtime.
1 3 15 Feb Yes  
1 4 22 Feb Yes  
1 5 1 March Yes 28TH February DSG Meeting for Parents Eastside: SBHS v Rose Bay  Education FED: Knox v SBHS
1 6 8 March Yes Eastside: SBHS v Cranbrook  Social Issues FED:  SBHS v St Josephs
1 7 15 March Yes Eastside: SBHS v SGS   Popular Culture FED: SBHS v Trinity
1 8 22 March Yes Eastside: Reddam v SBHS Science & Technology FED: Newington v SBHS
1 9 29 March No HOLIDAY
1 10 5 April Yes Eastside: Scots v SBHS International Issues
    12 April    
    19 April No HOLIDAYS
2 1 26 April No HOLIDAYS
2 2 3 May Yes Eastside SBHS v SGHS Religion & Society FED:  SBHS v Barker
2 3 10 May Yes  
2 4 17 May Yes Eastside: SCEGGS v SBHS Gender Issues FED Semi Final 1
2 5 24 May Yes Eastside Semi Final FED Semi Final 2
2 6 31 May Yes Eastside:  Grand Final FED Grand Final
2 7 7 June Yes  
2 8 14 June Yes  
2 9 21 June Yes  
2 10 28 June No  
    5 July   HOLIDAYS
    12 July   HOLIDAYS
    19 July Yes Debating Assembly on Thursday 18th
3 2 26 July Yes SBHS v TSC
3 3 2 Aug Yes TKS v SBHS
3 4 9 Aug Yes SBHS v Shore
3 5 16 Aug Yes SIC v SBHS
3 6 23 Aug Yes SBHS v SGS
3 7 30 Aug Yes SBHS v NC
3 8 6 Sep Yes SJC v SBHS  
    13 Sep No Debating Dinner - Friday
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From the High Store

Exchange Policy

Any exchanges of merchandise to the High Store MUST be in the original condition sold, packaging intact & labels attached. All exchanges have ONE MONTH from the purchase date.

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From the Office

Cash Register Opening Times

Due to the change of bell times the cash register will be closed at 2.00pm on Mondays, Tuesdays & Fridays. Before school and first break register times (be it recess or lunch) remain the same on these days.

There are now 2 cash registers open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday. The second register is located opposite the Deputy’s Office (Mr Barris).
Sharon Kearns

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Basketball: Shootin' Hoops

High vs Newington

Term 4 2012 (last time)

 1st LOSS 67-58 M.FLYNN 17
2nd WIN 56-24 B.MUSULIN 12
3rd WIN 40-27 A.MALIK 10
4th WIN 44-17 A.HE 19
7th WIN 32-14 H. XU 10
8th WIN 39-18 I.HUANG 8
16A WIN 30-23 A.WU 11
16B WIN 48-33 C.LEE 11
16C WIN 31-12 D.HASLAM 10
16F WIN 40-20 M.NGUYEN 16
15A LOSS 29-24 J.HONG 7
15B WIN 26-23 D.WANG 8
15E WIN 22-21 N. LEE 7
15 F WIN 48-8 M.YU 16
14A LOSS 31-26 J.ZHENG 10
14B LOSS 25-13 R.GU, S.CHEN 4
14C LOSS 21-23 A.LEE 13
14E LOSS 6-14 P.YU 4

Term 1 2013 (This time)

 1st LOSS 76-62 M.FLYNN 19
2nd WIN 54-39 B.ANGELL 13
3rd WIN 35-22 J.PALLANDI 19
4th LOSS 26-27 B.TRUONG 14
6th WIN 21-8 J.CAO 8
7th WIN 25-11 W.LIU 9
8th WIN 31-27 L.ZHU 11
16A WIN 19-16 A.WU 9
16B WIN 19-15 S.MALOL 6
16C WIN 27-15 F.WANG 8
16D WIN 30-20 P.YANG 8
16F WIN 23-14 J.HUANG 10
15B WIN 27-14 J.AGAWIN 10
15D LOSS 27-37 T.LUO 11
15E WIN 26-16 B.WU 8
14A WIN 32-22 K.WANG 11
14B WIN 22-21 H.BARTLEY 10
14C WIN 38-16 Q.NGUYEN 10
14D WIN 47-3 J.ZHENG 12
14E WIN 86-6 A.ZHU 20
14F WIN 90-2 J.HUANG 18
13A LOSS 42-9 J.SIU 7
13B LOSS 60-8 M.WILES 4
13D LOSS 38-2 P.ZHOU 2
13E LOSS 49-8 J.YIP 6
13F LOSS 24-8 T.WANG 3

AAGPS 1st Grade

Played Won Lost For Against Points
Scots 10 10 0 993 511 20
Newington 10 9 1 783 452 19
Shore 10 6 4 678 626 16
High 10 4 6 677 661 14
Kings 10 4 6 520 604 14
St. Ignatius' 10 4 6 577 700 14
St. Joseph's 10 3 7 639 810 13
Grammar 10 0 10 400 903 10

AAGPS 2nd Grade

Played Won Lost For Against Points
High 10 9 1 530 402 19
St. Ignatius' 10 9 1 570 406 19
St. Joseph's 10 6 4 530 489 16
Shore 10 5 5 433 419 15
Scots 10 4 6 398 465 14
Grammar 10 3 7 400 452 13
Kings 10 3 7 433 517 13
Newington 10 1 9 347 491 11

This week’s full-school matchup against Newington saw many of our teams emerging victorious, as per previous matchups against Newington, showing the great strength of our Basketball program. The 13s saw their first match against Newington this Saturday, and although the scoreboards show a low scoring 13s age group I was personally there to witness the fiery team spirit which every single High Year 7 boy possessed as they tried their hardest on every single possession. Everybody starts off like this; when I was in Year 7 we lost every single game as well. However, don’t ever be discouraged and as you can see in the 14s, it only takes one season to come together as a team before dominating in the 14s age group! As can be seen by the 14Es and Fs this week, both teams would’ve scored in triple digits had they been given more time or played a stop-clock game. Well done to them, and keep working hard! GLANDEN ZHENG

A message from Mr B Hayman, the MIC of Basketball at High: Hang in there 13s - The schools you play against have been training together for years whilst most of you have not played sport before! Play hard, play smart and play together and turn it around like our seniors who lost in Year 7 too but are winning now!

This week’s matchup will be against SHORE. Good luck to all the teams, make sure you train hard!

~ Go HIGH!
~ Play Hard, Play Smart and Play Together!
~ Brought to you by the Editor Glanden Zheng
~ Thank you to Mr B Hayman for all his contributions to HIGH Basketball

Annual Basketball Dinner Meeting

There will be a meeting to Support Michelle Deng (Basketball Dinner Co-ordinator) Monday the 25th of February in room 901 upstairs of the gym at 7pm.

Please attend and show support for your son’s summer sport choice.

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SHS Rowing

Sydney High Junior Regatta Results

SHS Rowing hosted a very short and sweet Junior Regatta last Saturday, 9th February, at Hen & Chicken Bay. The conditions were beautiful, the racing was exciting with great commentary, and the regatta ran like clockwork thanks to a great team of Old Boys and coaches, who set up the course at dawn and then ran the regatta. Thank you to George Comninos, and the committee, for coordinating sale of refreshments and programs to the many spectators.

Our standout performance of the day went to the Year 9 1st Quad winning the last race of the day in the time of 4.06.30 – Congratulations to Oliver Lethbridge, Jacob Katafono, Ed Belokopytov, Kevin Fan, (c) Daniel Xu.

Kings/PLC Senior/Y10 Regatta Results

Our senior and Y10 crews found the competition tough in very hot conditions at Penrith last Saturday.

This week at rowing –

  • Y8 and Y9 quads will be racing at the Scots Regatta, Hen & Chicken Bay
  • Senior crews will be racing at the NSW Championships at SIRC on the Saturday
  • Y9 1st Quad, Y9 2nd Quad and Y8 1st Quad will be racing at the NSW Championships at SIRC on the Sunday.

Good luck to all crews!

Upcoming Regattas -

Date Junior Regatta Y10 Regatta Senior/Y10 Regatta
February23th Shore - Hen & Chicken Bay Shore – Hen & Chicken Bay SRC Regatta - SIRC
March 2nd Riverview – Lane Cove    
March 9th   AAGPS Head of the River - SIRC AAGPS Head of the River - SIRC
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Boatshed Rowing Dinner

Saturday 9 March 2013
The Great Hall

The Rowing Committee invites you to the traditional Boatshed Dinner for all rowers

It is a very special occasion to celebrate the efforts and achievements of our boys as well as acknowledge staff, coaches and supporters.


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From Tennis

High vs Newington - Round 3

1st Grade Result 2nd Grade Result
D1 1 + 2 L 6-7 3-6 1 + 2 L 4-6 4-6
D2 3 + 4 L 0-6 3-6 3 + 4 L 5-7 3-6
D3 5 + 6 L 1-6 2-6 5 + 6 L 0-6 3-6
S1 Patrick Rynsaardt L 5-7 3-6 Carl Yang L 6-1 4-6 1-6
S2 Frank Zhang W 5-7 7-5 7-5 Richard Hao L 1-6 2-6
S3 Adam Smagarinsky L 1-6 3-6 Calvin Zhou L 0-6 0-6
S4 Josh Sangueza L 0-6 2-6 Ryo Kawahashi L 4-6 4-6
S5 Ian Li L 1-6 1-6 James Lian L 2-6 1-6
S6 Eddy Wang L 1-6 2-6 Bohan Deng L 1-6 0-6

1st Grade
After a strong week of training, High headed out to face competition leaders Newington in a tough matchup for us. It was a disappointing start to the day with High going down in all three of the doubles matches. Number 1 doubles, Pat and Frank played an entertaining game of doubles, however were unable to capitalise on critical opportunities in the match, going down 6-7 3-6. In the number 2 doubles, Adam and Josh showed improved play during the match, however were let down by their slow start to the match, going down 0-6 3-6. Ian and Eddy struggled to find their groove in the match, going down 1-6 2-6. In the singles, Patrick displayed a solid game throughout the match against a much stronger opponent; however fell short in the end, 5-7 3-6. In the number 3 singles, Adam found it difficult to penetrate his opponent’s consistent game, going down 1-6 3-6. Josh suffered an injury scare and struggled to get back into the match, going down, 0-6 2-6. Ian and Eddy played well in short patches; however were beaten by stronger and more consistent opponents to go down 1-6 1-6 and 1-6 2-6 respectively in their matches. In the number 2 singles, Frank decided to take the long road again after trailing 5-7 2-4 to fight back to take the match in three sets and prevent the whitewash, 5-7 7-5 7-5. The final result read 11-1 in favour of Newington, a disappointing result despite the effort put in to training by the boys. The boys will be definitely looking for better results this week against Shore.
Frank Zhang

2nd Grade
This week, High went out against the very strong and well known Newington in their second rubber of the year. Although High did not achieve the intended results, it was definitely a bigger improvement to last week. Number 1 doubles, Carl and Richard, went all out against a tough server, and consistent player. It was a close match with High close to winning the second set, but ended with a 6-4 6-4 loss. Number 2 doubles, Ryo and Calvin, started off the first set with a close finish, but were unable to keep the intensity in the second resulting in a 7-5 6-3 loss. Number 3 doubles, James and Bohan, were against tough and aggressive players and along with the fairly new pair up led to a 0-6 3-6 loss. Carl played against a strong server and managed well through the first set. However, with the sudden step up on the second and third set, Carl slowly began to lose confidence leading to a disappointing 6-1 4-6 1-6 defeat. Richard played against a smart and placement type of player, unable to keep the ball in play while running side to side on the court, leading to a 1-6 2-6 defeat. Calvin fought hard against a consistent player but was unable to handle the high bouncing balls putting him on the back foot, resulting in a 0-6 0-6 defeat. Ryo went on to the court with confidence and fighting hard, but with the opponents strong, fast shots, while also keeping his consistency, Ryo was just outplayed, losing the match 4-6 4-6. James went against a solid all-round player who had, while strong, also consistent strokes on all his shots. James fought back hard but was unable to keep up with his opponent's form, leading to a 2-6 1-6 defeat. Bohan was against an aggressive net player, which forced Bohan onto the defence constantly, resulting in a 1-6 0-6 loss. High did not perform the best, but with high spirits, we will push even harder for our opponents next week.
Carl Yang

High vs St Ignatius - Round 2

  1st Grade Result 2nd Grade Result
D1 1 + 2 W 6-3 6-2 1 + 2 L 1-6 1-6
D2 3 + 4 L 3-6 0-6 3 + 4 L 2-6 7-6 7-10
D3 5 + 6 L 2-6 4-6 5 + 6 L 0-6 1-6
S1 Patrick Rynsaardt W 6-3 7-5 Carl Yang L 3-6 2-6
S2 Frank Zhang D 5-7 6-4 5-1 unfinished Richard Hao L 2-6 2-6
S3 Adam Smagarinsky W 6-4 6-3 Calvin Zhou L 4-6 2-6
S4 Josh Sangueza D 3-6 1-1 unfinished Ryo Kawahashi D 5-7 1-2 unfinished
S5 Eddy Wang L 1-6 1-6 James Lian L 3-6 4-6
S6 Ian Li D 4-6 unfinished Bohan Deng L 1-6 3-6

1st Grade
Ominous clouds and intermittent rain threatened our opening home match this year against a competitive St Ignatius outfit. However, an unlikely break in the weather saw play commence at 2pm, with four hours of play left in the day. The doubles matches had all made solid progress until rain struck again one hour into play. When the matches resumed shortly after, number 1 doubles combo of Pat and Frank were able to complete the win, 6-3 6-2 by playing solid tennis throughout the match. However in the other doubles, the rain delay had negative effects as the number 2 and 3 doubles were undone by some crafty doubles play by their opponents to go down 3-6 0-6 and 2-6 4-6 respectively in their matches. In the singles, Patrick continued his stunning form from the preseason to confidently defeat his opponent 6-3 7-5. In the number 3 singles, Adam used a successful game plan and a patient approach to overcome his opponent 6-4 6-3. Eddy fought hard to find consistency in his play all match, however came up short against a quality opponent, going down 1-6 1-6. A dramatic finish to the day’s play was nearing as the score line read three matches apiece with three singles matches still being played out as well as time approaching the end of play at 6pm. In the number 2 singles, Frank fought back from injury and 1-4 deficits in the first two sets to be on the brink of victory when the clock hit 6pm, having to settle for a draw, 5-7 6-4 5-1. Josh and Ian played some enthusiastic tennis, however were also unable to complete their matches with their score lines 3-6 1-1 and 4-6 respectively at 6pm. After a weather affected day, the final score line read 6 matches a piece, a repeat of the draw played out in the trial season.
Frank Zhang

2nd Grade
Second grade started off their first GPS match of the New Year with disappointing results, however with high fighting spirits. The weather was unfavorable for the first two hours of the day, only allowing us to start at 2 in the afternoon. Number one doubles pair; Carl and Richard were against tough and offensive opponents. However, the of inconsistency along with the very aggressive net play by Ignatius led to an overwhelming 6-1 6-1 defeat. Number 2 doubles, Calvin and Ryo,  struggled in the opening set but fought back hard in the second, managing to take the set in a close tie break. However, their opponents were strong enough to fight back in the super tie break only just managing to win 10-7. Number 3 doubles James and Bohan was a fairly new pair, and this seemed to cause uneven team work, losing the match 6-0 6-1. Carl played consistently with his opponent however was seemingly always on the defensive side leaving the opponent free to attack, losing the match 6-3 6-2. Richard played against a tough opponent with strong and consistent ground strokes, going down 6-2 6-2. Calvin started off well nearly taking the first set home yet unable to finish his opponent, losing 6-4 6-2. Ryo fought well and hard against his opponent only just losing the first set but unable to finish the match due to the time limit, drawing at 7-5 2-1. James performed fairly well against his opponent but was outclassed losing 6-3 6-4. Bohan started off slightly weak but fought hard on the second set, unfortunately losing 6-1 6-3. High made a disappointing start off to the year but will be working harder than ever to improve our performance against other schools.
Carl Yang

For more info on Sydney High tennis visit http://www.sydneyhigh.org.au/tennis/

3rd-6th Grade Tennis Match Report

Our team faced Newington College with mixed results last week. We managed to win two of the four grades and drew in 6th grade. 3rd Grade played extremely well with only a single loss. 1st doubles pair had a very narrow victory clinching the tiebreaker 7-0 to win 6-5. However, the 2nd doubles pair played excellently, winning all three of their matches 6-0 so congratulations to Denny Dien and Dominic Mah. 4th Grade’s doubles performance was very strong with 2 convincing wins. The 2nd doubles pair also won 6-0 with Andrew Tayeh going on to win his singles match in the same fashion. Overall, 4ths also won five of their six games. 5th grade lost which was a huge shock. Only Geoffrey Liu managed to win his singles 6-3 beating the trend. I hope they will improve their performance next week. 6th grade drew in closely fought matches. They continue to improve from their so-so performance last term. Congratulations to all the boys who won this week. I hope to see further improvements in our tennis with training picking up from the holiday break.
Edward Zhang

16s Tennis Report

by Captain James Chee
Week 3: SHS
vs NC
After last week’s washout, the 16s tennis team were eager to get back into competition. First up with the Cs and Ds, High was unable to secure a victory by narrowly losing by one match. However, there were positive displays of attitude and skill. As for the A and B competition, the team faced a strong and determined opposition. With an average start, winning only two of the four doubles, High had to fight even harder for the overall win. An excellent effort was produced by the A2, A3 and A4 seeds who had easy 6-2 and 6-3 wins. For the first week back into competition, I was very pleased with the perseverance and focus demonstrated throughout the team and we hope to carry this into every Saturday match.


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Music Notes

Wonderful news from an old boy!!!! Ennes will be performing with the Australian Youth Orchestra in Melbourne, Tuesday 19th of February (same night/time as Speech Night). If anyone would like to listen or record, there will be a live broadcast on ABC FM 92.9! =)

All ensembles are now up and running. There are still a NUMBER OF BOYS who have NOT turned up to ensembles. Remember that ensemble attendance go towards your AWARDS SYSTEM. Rolls are taken and you are only allowed to miss on 2 rehearsals per term!

Marching Band has commenced this week. Many boys have forgotten that all ensembles have started this week and that includes Marching Band. Marching Band rehearsals are on Tuesday after school from 3:30-4:30pm & Friday morning 7:45-8:45am. We only have 8 weeks to refine the music and have you marching for Anzac Day.

All ensembles have commenced as of this week. Morning rehearsals start at 7:45am unless stated by the music teacher/tutor conducting the ensemble.

Please remember to come to all ensembles on time and help set up. Most importantly, please remember to PACK UP. Stands on stand racks and not left on the side, chairs stacked up. Thanks, boys!

The 2013 ensemble rehearsal timetable is provided below:

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Morning rehearsals
stated otherwise
Intermediate Concert Band
Room 201
Chamber Choir  
Room 201
Junior Stage Band  
Room 101
 Senior String Ensemble
Room 101
Symphony Orchestra  
Room 201
  Senior  Stage Band
Room 101
  Intermediate Stage Band
Room 101
Senior Concert Band
Room 201
Saxophone Ensemble
Room 201 8:45am
  Training Concert Band
Room 202

Terms 2, 3, 4
  Philharmonic Orchestra
Room 208
   Marching Band
TERM 1 & 4
  Junior String Ensemble
Room 208
Afternoon rehearsals
Start @ 3.30pm
  Marching Band
TERM  1 & 4
3.30 - 4.30pm
    Jazz Ensemble
Room 201
    Percussion Ensemble
Room 201
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