High Notes, Vol 9 No 33, October 24 2008

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From the Principal

125th Anniversary cabaret
The 125th Anniversary Cabaret is the major Sydney Boys High school function to celebrate its first 125 years of public secondary education. It is important that staff, parents and Old Boys get behind this event to demonstrate support for public education in general and our school in particular. In order to encourage all parents to participate in the celebration of our school's 125th Anniversary, I am offering to subsidise two tickets for every table of ten booked for the 125th Anniversary Cabaret to be held on Friday 21 November at the Shannon Room AJC Centre at Randwick. In other words, the offer is for a 20% discount for tickets for a table of 10. ($120 per ticket instead of $150). This will also apply to parents who have already booked and paid for their tickets if they can organise or join a table of 10. It's a great opportunity for each Year group to organise a table and join in the fun and celebration. It's also a great opportunity for all the sporting groups and co-curricular activity groups to do likewise. As the dinner is only a month away, we do need to finalise the numbers very soon.

It would be very good if staff members were to show their support for this occasion also. It will be an entertaining evening with student performances, a band, some variety acts and food and beverages included. To encourage staff members to attend I am offering a special deal, available to the end of the month of October only, for staff tables to be purchased on a buy 10 get four free basis ($90 per ticket instead of $150). As the dinner is only a month away, we do need to finalise the numbers very soon.

Great Hall Walkway
After nearly eight years of trying to get a resolution to the leaking Great Hall walkway, DET has completed the bulk of the job. The banks surrounding the stairs at each end of the walkway were supported with an injection of an expanding foam. The walkway surface was lowered 150mm, the cracks in the underlying slab were sealed, the original drain holes were restored, a waterproof membrane was laid and new non-skid tiles were laid on the walkway and stairs. The Tennis Professional's Office and the High Store are back in use. We plan to resume operations in Room 802 and the Cadet Office as soon as possible. Room 802 will need new floor coverings, furniture and a supply of computers. The Cadet Office has suffered some water damage and will need new floor coverings. We are confident that we can make these areas available to students for the start of the new academic year.

Sydney High Development Committee
The Committee has been busy organising and promoting the Order of Australia Honour Board launch. Tailoi Chan-Ling (Chair), Simon Chan, Julie Blomberg and Julie Connolly, along with Joseph Waugh, attended the launch and socialised with our guests. The event was written up in a press release by Yaron Finkelstein and sent for publication by Louise Graul. Thank you to Tailoi and Jenni May for taking pictures of the event. The Committee has prepared a promotional colour brochure to assist with fundraising. Thank you to Julie Connolly, Julie Blomberg, Veronica Crothers and David Isaacs for their work in preparing and publishing it. Stephen Saunders has worked solidly for two years to develop the monthly giving program. He and his volunteer callers have been successful in signing up a large number of contributors to our building projects. I want to thank all the members of the committee for their work on behalf of the school.

The Sydney High Mentor Program
Next year we will be welcoming 180 boys and their parents in Year 7, 6 in Year 10 and 15 in each of Years 9 and 11. We have a Parent Mentor program in place, organised by Charles Ovadia. We need as many parents as possible to volunteer for what is an undemanding role to contact and talk to new parents about how the school works and to support their transition into a new school community. Please contact Charles This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to register your interest in assisting. We also have a Student Mentor program in place. Ms Reemst from Creative Arts coordinates the Student Mentors. Students perform a similar role for incoming students that parents do for new parents. Students who volunteer will have their service credited on their Student Awards Scheme file. I hope Year Advisers for Years 9 and 11 next year will encourage boys to help us engage new students with the ethos and programs of the school. Contact Ms Reemst or me to express your interest in helping us with this important program.

Prefect Internees
Prefects Elect are being trained this week and Mr Kesting and I have discussed with Patrick, Clive and Nelson our expectations for the range of roles that the student leaders will be expected to perform. As a first step we will require all Prefects to complete a spreadsheet detailing what activities that they are currently involved in and also those they plan to pursue in 2009. We will have a better idea of how to offer the desired jobs once this audit is undertaken.
Dr K A Jaggar

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From the Canteen

$10 Thank You Voucher
Our September $10 Thank You Voucher has been won by May Leung. Thanks so much to May for being one of our many wonderful volunteers.
Watch this space for next month's winner!
From the Canteen Team

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SHS Old Boys' Union

Did you know?
Did you know that the Cecil Rubie Study Centre was named in honour of Cecil Edward Henning Rubie (1909-1978; SHS: 1925-1928).

A journalist and primary and secondary teacher, Mr Rubie was, on retirement in 1974, the Chief of the Public Relations and Information Branch of the NSW Department of Education. As a member of the OBU he held the positions of President (1965-1966) and Secretary (1952, 1973-1978). He was also a member of over 30 local community organisations and was awarded a British Empire Medal in 1976 for services to the community.

The Study Centre, which was added to the Sir Charles McDonald Building, was officially opened on 6 September 1996 by Phil Whyte (1965), Chairman of the Foundation and former President of the P&C.

Cec Rubie is also commemorated in the naming of Rubie House which was established when an additional Year 7 class (7R) was first enrolled in 1983.

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Music Notices

Tapas and Jazz in the Courtyard Concert
We would like to invite you to our Tapas and Jazz Concert in the Courtyard on Sunday the 16th of November at 5pm. There will be a an all day workshop on Friday the 14th of November culminating to the concert with a cost of $10 for students involved to help cover the costs of professional tutors. Boys will need to be at school by 4pm on Sunday to set up and warm-up on their instruments.

The cost of the concert is FREE and we ask that you please bring along a picnic basket to enjoy with your family and friends. We look forward to your company for a wonderful afternoon of fantastic music by our Jazz ensembles.

Performance uniform: School uniform (with WHITE shirts for juniors also) and COLOURFUL tie.

Music Awards Assembly
Our Annual Music Awards Assembly will be held on Monday the 17th of November 2008 in the Great Hall at 11am. The assembly is to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our music students involved in our Ensemble Program, our Music Prefects, Encore nominations and Piano competition recipients. We would like to extend a warm invitation to all parents to come and join us at the assembly.

'Night at the Movies' Spring Music Festival
This year's Spring Music Festival will be held on Saturday the 29th of November at 6:30pm in the school's Great Hall. Our theme this year is Night at the Movies featuring selected works from film music. The concert will showcase all of our ensembles except for Stage Bands and promises to be a fun-filled evening.

There will be popcorn and drinks on sale and a surprise finale.

Tickets will be sold on the night, but we encourage you to buy them prior to the performance to ensure a smooth running of the evening. Please make payments at the main office and collect tickets from the music staff. We look forward to this magical evening of quality performances by our talented musicians and hope you are able to attend to support their efforts and hard work.

Price: $10.00 single / $25.00 family

Performance uniform: long sleeved white shirts, tie, black shoes, grey school trousers.

'Night at the Movies' Spring Music Festival Ticket Order

Name of Student: ______________________ Roll Class: _____
Number of tickets required: ____ Single: _____ Family: _____
Total cost: $__________

(Please tick one of the following) 

Type of payment:   Cheque______ Cash ______
                   B/Card______ M/Card______ Visa______ 

Name on Card: ______________________  Expiry Date: _ _/_ _ 

Card No. __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 

Signature: ___________________________

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Parent Mentors

We are looking for new Parent Mentors
A Parent Mentor is an informal contact person who will welcome New Parents into the School Community and is available to them to help them through the difficulties encountered in their first year at the School. The aim is to have every parent of a new boy starting at the School matched up with a mentoring parent already at the School.

The role of the Mentoring Parent is:

  • To actively contact the new parent and make them welcome and be a friendly face in a big organisation.
  • To make themselves available to the new parent by phone or in person or by email as they see fit.
  • To help the new parent with any simple query about the education system and the way the school works.
  • To be a point of contact for all the trivial questions that might plague a new high school family.
  • To advise the new parent of the appropriate channels of communication at the school for serious matters e.g Year Adviser, School Counsellor etc
  • To act as a propagandist for the School and the great benefits of being involved in all the facets of their son's education.

The scheme is informal, without a lot of structure and depends for its success on the enthusiasm of the Mentors.

The scheme has worked extremely well for three years and has not been at all onerous.

All the Mentor Parents this year have enjoyed it tremendously and the New Parents have been extremely receptive and grateful for the contact.

As there is an attrition rate every year we need new Mentor Parents.

Please join us as the more parents we have the easier is the task.

Could you please contact Charles Ovadia on 9386 1221 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Or send your details to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Or fill in the form below and return to the Principal's Assistant

Name: ____________________________

Home Ph: _________________________

Mobile: __________________________

Email address: ___________________ 

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SBHS & SGHS 125th Anniversary Cabaret Night

Sydney Girls High School & Sydney Boys High School have great delight in inviting you to the Anniversary Cabaret to celebrate 125 years of education for both schools.

Friday 21st November 2008, 7:00pm - 12:00am. The Shannon Room, AJC Function Centre at Randwick Racecourse

Come and dance to the Shy Guys band, MCs Jessica Rowe and Jack Singleton. Featuring Little Pattie and other performs.

Tickets: $150 per person. This includes dinner, pre-dinner drinks in the Panorama Room, drinks from 7pm until 12am, parking and entertainment.

Dress: cocktail/lounge suit

RSVP: RSVP and pay by 26th September 2008. Guests are welcome to organise their own table of 10. Please advise if a  if a vegetarian meal is required.

SBHS Contact: Ms Louise Graul, Ph 9361 6910, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Pay to office by cash or cheque made payable to: Sydney Boys High School
Visa or Mastercard: card number, expiry date, cardholder's name and telephone number

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SHS Cricket

The opening day of the GPS Competition provided us with a guide to the level we have reached in response to our pre-season training and trial matches with some interesting results being highlighted.

Our junior teams provided a guide to the players who have had cricket experience and to those new to cricket with limited skills, which is a great advantage in our approach to coaching. These identified areas are where our coaches will need to concentrate on at sport days as they work with individual teams, which in turn will allow us to “select balanced teams” so that we are competitive in a particular age group.

The intermediate and senior teams, that is,15A through to the 1st XI, also provided valuable feedback on areas where we were left wanting and indicated that players are not listening, or not taking in the coaching and team oriented skills passed on by what is a very experienced senior coaching team. Whilst there were some very sound performances from dedicated players there were far too many who wasted their talents not only with the bat, but also with little thought going into their bowling with undisciplined control. Dropped catches, extras and inactive fieldsmen also cost several teams many runs which then had to be won back by their batsmen.

However there were “highs” as well as the “lows” across the board with several teams in real dogfights with Joey's in the 16A, 14A, 14B and 14C teams with the bat and ball and several spectacular catches after turfing some “sitters”. Match reports appear on the Cricket Website


2nd XI TRIAL MATCH St.Joseph's 9 - 156 - defeated - Syd Boys 10 – 151
High batted first and were all out for 151 and acknowledged by the players that the batting had let them down and that more runs should have been scored. Loose shots and lack of application being the main concern. St.Joseph's in reply finished with 9 wkts–156 but the fielding and bowling gave the host team too many free hits. Nakul Bhagwat took the bowling honors taking 3 / 20

16A St.Joseph's 5 – 57 (22 overs) defeated Syd Boys 10 – 56 (25)
The lack of experience of playing on a turf wicket came to the fore in this keenly fought contest between two teams making their season debut on McKay No 1 High won the toss and were forced to bat due to the tardiness of players arriving late to the game and Shimon Danziger and Oliver Pierce got off to a steady start against a good bowling attack but a middle order collapse was rescued with runs from Nathan Kok, Andrew Huynh and Richard Li to see the total reach 56. St.Joseph went into bat confident that they were going to win easily and at 4-27 the confidence was shaken through the efforts of Samuel Lane and Iftiar Khan who bowled tightly and took wickets. However, after drinks the “rocket scientists” reverted to old habits and bowled without control to offer the opposition easy pickings with loose balls delivering easy runs which allowed them to pass High's score in the 22nd over. Raghab Siddiquee contributed to the team's wicket haul with 3 amazing catches. A full Match Report is on the Cricket Website.

MATCH OF THE DAY - 14 B St.Joseph's 3 – 164 - defeated - Syd Boys 10 - 157
In a keenly fought tussle High just failed to snatch victory in the 29th over with the loss of our last wicket in chasing St Joseph's total of 164. The team had every chance but the failure of several batsmen to score runs and add to the efforts of Owen Duffy (73n.o.), Christopher Oei (15) and Allen Fu (14) the main contributors. Best bowling for High came from Owen Duffy 1 – 29 (6 overs) and the Year 7 rotation player Agnish Nayak , taking 1- 13 (3). Full match report on the Cricket Website.

Year 9 Syd Boys 8 – 143 (20) -defeated- St. Andrews 10 - 130 (TBC)
The Year 9 team debuted in the new 20/20 competition introduced into the Trans Harbour Competition with a sound display with both bat and ball. High lost the toss and batted first with Hashan Sunasinghe and Kumudika Gunaratne (40) leading the chase for runs and got the innings rolling. The loss of 3 wickets quickly then saw Kumudika and Samuel Lane (50n.o.) put together a strong partnership which was topped off with a quick run spree from Pasan Pannila (23), High then took on St Andrew's batting line-up and early wickets and good catching saw a steady fall of wickets . Shanaz Razeen, Pasan Pannila and a great effort from Nathan Kok who took 4 wkts including a hat –trick shared the bowling honours. A full Match Report is on the Cricket Website,

All team Captains are to ensure that Match Reports which include the scores of both teams and best batting and bowling performances for High are submitted by Sunday evening each week. Comments on the team's fielding and other highlights should also be included. It is important those players who perform well are recognized in High Notes so that parents, friends and even ex students and Old Boys are reading our results each week. We have to make sure that we all can share in the highs and lows as our season progresses.
Laurie Heil
MIC Cricket

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School Student Transport Scheme (SSTS)

School Student Code of Conduct: Students travelling on buses must:-

  • Dip school bus pass or pay the fare when joining the bus. This is particularly important as the data collected from the on bus fare collection system may be used for service planning purposes
  • Use school specials when provided
  • Vacate seats for adults when requested
  • Follow the driver's instructions about safety on the bus
  • Respect the needs and comfort of other passengers
  • Behave appropriately at all times (e.g. no offensive language, no throwing things)
  • Protect bus property (e.g. no vandalism)

Students are reminded to:-

  • Only use the school bus pass for its intended purpose i.e. for travel between home and school (does not include travel to and from sporting activities)
  • Maintain possession of the school bus pass at all times.

During 2008, authorised officers will be deployed to inspect Code of Conduct compliance on school bus services in the Eastern Region. Students who are found to have breached their obligations may lose their travel entitlement and possibly incur an infringement.

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SHS Basketball: Shootin' Hoops

High vs. Joeys Term 1 2008 (Last time)

1st WIN 86-62 S.LLEWELLYN 28
2nd WIN 62-44 K.IYER 23
3rd LOSS 37-26 W.SZET 8
4th WIN 31-27 B.YANG 14
5th LOSS 15-24 A.LI 8
6th LOSS 17-22 S.BURNHAM 6
7th WIN 24-11 Z.MANCENIDO 9
8th WIN 33-29 S.YANG 13
16B WIN 73-10 V.VO 30
15A WIN 42-23 C.JURLINA 21
15B LOSS 22-37 M.YOON 6
15C WIN 39-12 M.TICKNER 10
14A LOSS 34-25 S.DO 11
14B LOSS 20-29 J.TSAI 10
14C WIN 37-17 J.KOUKOURAS 10
14D WIN 59-2 LYMAN 21
13A LOSS 45-12 TONY LI 4
13C LOSS 47-2 JAMES MA 2
13D WIN 24-16 MAURICE LAM 14

High vs Joeys Term 4 2009 (This time)

1st WIN 64-46 S.LLEWELLYN 27
2nd LOSS 53-49 J.RAJENDRAM 11
5th WIN 52-14 B.LY 10
6th WIN 22-10 H.ZHUANG 6
7th WIN 23-15 A.LI 6
16A WIN 25-23 N.AUTAR 9
16B WIN 35-23 C.DO 11
16C WIN 26-21 M.YOON 6, J. CAI 6
16D WIN 33-7 A.SHEN
15A WIN 31-27 S.DO 10
15C WIN 34-14 M.SONG ,R.LIN 10
15D WIN 65-4 M.ZU 14, J.NG 13

High has had a magnificent start to the season against Joeys, by winning 16 games and only losing 4 games! First Grade had a spectacular performance, winning 64-46! The 14s have also come up with 2 wins and the As and Ds were close to winning.

Additional statistics table available in PDF version of the High Notes

Statistics Program - Become Involved
Each week statisticians record statistics for the 1st and 2nd grade teams to ensure these teams play to their potential. There are currently only two people involved in this program and more help would be appreciated. If you didn't make a sports team this year, basketball or not, then this is the perfect opportunity to support High's excellent basketball program. The statistics program has currently been updated with new equipment making it better than before. Benefits include leaving school at lunch on your sport afternoons and a free ticket to the basketball dinner. So if you're willing to become involved in the best sport program in the school then come and see Mr Hayman in the PE staffroom for more information.
Christopher Chiam

The Editor's advice
Basketball not only requires you to be physically prepared, but also mentally prepared. Different athletes prefer different environments before and during a game, to boost their performance and have different techniques to keep them composed during games. It is important you develop a technique or way of thinking to keep yourself composed, so you can play to the maximum of your capabilities. Remember to always be optimistic in games especially against Shore this week, one of the powerhouses in basketball. If you believe in yourself and your team, stay composed no matter what the environment is like, play hard, play smart and play together this week, success against Shore highly likely. Remember to support your peers in other teams this week and don't forget to cheer for 1st and 2nd Grade!
David Li Wang

Go High Basketball!
Play Hard, Play Smart and Play Together!

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Rowing: Back-to-the-Sheds

Back-to-the-Sheds Day
25th October 2008
All old boys, current rowers, and their families are invited to the Old Boys VIII challenge High 1st and 2nd VIIIs at the Outterside Centre, 5 Teviot Ave Abbotsford.

  • 7:00-8:30am Old Boys VIII Challenge and Melbourne High Quad races
  • From 8:30am Barbeque breakfast and morning tea
  • 9:30am Presentation and unveiling of the 'Commander Callaway' name plate
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Canteen Price List

Open from 8:30am to 1:40pm.

8:30 to 9:00 a.m. * a time to place lunch orders * breakfast is available
It is to your advantage to pre-order lunches: it saves waiting in queues and ensures you get what you want.

Sandwiches and Rolls

Filling Sandwiches Rolls

Orders Only
cheese & salad $ 2.20 $2.80
chicken & salad $ 3.20 $3.80
corned beef & salad $ 2.60 $3.40
egg & salad $ 2.50 $3.00
ham & tomato $ 2.40 $2.80
ham & salad $ 2.60 $3.40
roast beef & salad $ 3.00 $3.50
salmon & salad $ 2.80 $3.50
vegemite $ 1.20 $1.50

Orders and over-counter sales

Filling Sandwiches Rolls
buttered roll   $1.20
cheese & tomato $ 1.50 $2.00
chicken & coleslaw $ 2.80 $3.50
chicken & lettuce $ 2.80 $3.50
corned beef & tomato $ 2.40 $2.80
Dagwood   $3.00
curried egg & lettuce $ 2.20 $2.50
egg & lettuce $ 2.20 $2.50
roast beef & tomato $ 2.50 $3.00
roast beef, seeded mustard & lettuce $ 2.50 $3.00
salad $ 2.00 $2.50
chicken or lamb yeeros wrap   $5.50
Mini wrap
- chicken & caesar
- chicken & coleslaw
- chicken & tabouleh
- lamb & tabouleh


Available on brown or white extras 20c

Sushi -  
 - chicken
 - beef
 - tuna
 - salmon
 - veg

Cakes Muffins and Fruit

custard tart $2.20
choc chip/Anzac cookies $1.00
Chelsea bun/cupcake $2.00
muffin $2.60
apple, orange $0.80
fresh fruit salad $2.20
finger bun $1.80
banana bread $1.40

Hot Food

Orders and over-counter sales

cheese & spinach puff $2.40
chicken & corn roll $1.30
chicken puff $2.50
chicken Halal pie $3.40
garlic bread $1.50
lasagne/ravioli/macaroni & cheese $3.00
meat pie (sauce +20c extra) $2.60
pizza pocket $1.60
pizza rounda $1.80
pizza slab $2.30
potato pie $3.40
sausage roll $1.80
chicken burger $4.00
sweet chilli chicken sub w/sauce $3.50
hot chicken/mayo roll $3.50
hot chicken/mayo sandwich $2.80


300ml plain milk $ 1.10
300ml flavoured milk $ 1.70
600ml plain milk $ 1.70
600ml flavoured milk $ 2.40
mineral water $ 1.40
Powerade $ 3.00
Diet 375 ml Coke/Lift/Sprite $ 1.80
600ml Diet Coke/Sprite $ 2.60
Aroona-carbonated spring fruits water $ 1.70
Berri - Long Life Juices $ 1.70
Deep Spring Mineral Water $ 2.00


Cereal bowl $ 2.00
Hot chocolate $ 1.00
Cheese toast $ 1.00
Cheese & tomato toast $ 1.20
Cheese & bacon bun $ 2.20
Croissant - ham & cheese $ 2.40
Raisin toast $ 1.00
Bacon & egg muffin $ 3.00



In addition, various sweets and
are available over the counter

Prices effective 17/10/2008

Minor prices changes will occur as a direct
result of increases by suppliers

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High Store Price List

The High Store is your store. This uniform and memorabilia shop is located under the Great Hall, next to the Industrial Arts staffroom and facing the Flat. High Store profits are returned to the school. The High Store is open four days a week - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - from 10:30am to 1:30pm. Additional opening times are generally advertised in the High Notes.

Autumn/Winter Price List - 2008


From -




Please arrange for boys to be fitted as
early as possible:  6-8 weeks delivery from order)

  DT Apron






PANTS: Trousers - Junior, Dark Grey w/w
Trousers - Senior, Light Grey w/w







BELTS: Black leather




  Polo (house colours)


SHIRTS: Sky Blue and White, Short Sleeve


  Microfibre Black Baggy with SHS Print


  Sizes 10-14


  Sport Socks


  Sizes 16-22


  Sizes 24-26








  Sky Blue and White, Long Sleeve


  Sizes 10-14


  Junior Polo Shirt $38.50
  Sizes 16-22


  2nd to 5th Grade Polo Shirt $44.00
  Sizes 24-26


  Socks with SHS colours $8.80


TRACKSUITS: (sold as separates)


  Up to size 16


  Microfibre Jacket


  Size 18-22


  Microfibre Pant


  Size 24-26








SOCKS: Woollen or Cotton Knee High


  Singlet (NEW design)


  Cotton Anklet Sock in SHS colours


  Short (NEW design)
HIGH Training Top


TIES: Junior


  Socks white with SHS colours








SOCCER: Jersey (sky with brown collar)


  Old Boys


  Shorts Brown Baggy


  GPS. Old Boy














RUGBY: Jersey:




  up to Size 12


BAGS: Backpack


        Size 14-22


  Sports Bag


        Size 24-28


        Shorts (new style rugby)


MATHS Grid Book A4




  Grid Book 96 Page


  Scarves knitted in SHS colours
















  House Badge


MUSIC Music Book


  SHS. (metal)




  Rowing (metal)


ART: Artist Paints


  Orchestra (metal)


  Canvas 18" x 24"


  Rifle (metal)


  Visual Art Diary A4


  SBHS Lapel Pin (metal)


  Visual Art Diary A3




Mug with SHS crest (gift boxed)


SHS Sticker


Bridge Scorers


Address Book


Double Pack Playing Cards


School Centenary Book


Pencil Case (school crest)


Silverware:  sugar or fluted spoon






Letter Opener






SHS Plaque


Car Sticker


Coat hanger


SHS Foldable Chair


SHS Cufflinks


Car Number Plate Covers $39.95


Polo Shirt $49.50
Supporter Jersey High Spirit $75.00
Rugby Jersey (Original) $60.00
Suppoter Polo Fleece Jumper (New Design) $69.00
OBU Tie $27.50

BLAZERS - Additions


GPS Pocket $22.00
Music Pocket $22.00
Prefect Top Pocket $22.00
Prefect Bottom Pocket $38.50
Embroidery Line $17.50
Full Braiding $70.00
Dry Cleaning $11.00
Service Charge $30.00

Clothing Pool

A recycled section operates within the High Store shop.  Items such as blazers, shorts, trousers, jumpers, rugby/soccer tops & boots, tracksuits can be sold on a commission basis - the shop retaining 1/3 of the sale price.
Please ensure that when sending items for sale, you include your name and address.
All items sent should be clean and in good condition.  Shirts are gladly accepted as a donation.


Accepted payment methods include - Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, EFTPOS (Direct Debit) or cheque made payable to the "HIGH STORE"


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 10:30am to 1:30pm Telephone 9331 7075


G.S.T. is included on all prices listed.

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