School Blazers through the years
Blazers were officially introduced along with the School Crest and Motto in 1919.
Over 160 years of tradition and duty
Legend has it that Bishop Hale escorted his first pupil on horseback to Perth, camping out in the bush, over a three day period in time for the opening of the doors at The Cloisters on 28 June 1858.
Substance counted for more than appearance
"There was no such things as football boots. You just had to use the same boots you wore to School.”
Laying of the Foundation Stone
The Governor, Sir Harry Barron, 'hoped that the School would continue to be an important factor in the life of the State, and that the tuitions of the School would be kept up as long as Western Australia existed.'
Havelock Street: July 1927
"There were few motor cars or trucks; buses had just started a Perth-Fremantle service - and the successful ascent of Malcolm Street by them when fully loaded was sometimes in doubt."
Performed with military precision
"P.T., known as ‘drill’, was supervised by ‘Buckety’ Wells, an old soldier of rather forceful mien, bristling hair and moustache, whose annual ‘tour de force’ was the Drill Display on the school lawn on Speech Night before an assembly of admiring parents and families."
Havelock Street: 1941
A spirit which cannot be taught
Peter Eakins and Frankie Kuhn lead the charge from Hale School to the Inters Athletics Championships.
No more orienteering, shooting or lantern stalking
'The news came through that all Cadet Units were to be disbanded. This was received with mixed feelings; some sighed with relief, some cried for joy, but most had a look of sadness in their eyes.'
They lost their lives doing their duty
'Headmaster, John Inverarity commissioned the Hale School Memorial Groves which commemorate all Old Haleians who lost their lives while serving their country.'
Continuing authentic development into the future
Old Haleians can be found all over the world doing all manner of things. Wembley Downs is just the beginning of this incredible journey.
Old Haleian Meyne Wyatt (2006) is the only Australian on the coveted 2021 TIME NEXT100 List!
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Sadly, this week we heard the news that Don Wright, our legendary Hale boatman for 22 years from 1973-1994 passed away.
Don Wright was the boatman at Cygnet Hall for 22 years...
This year marks the 60th year that Hale moved from the Havelock St Campus to Wembley Downs.
As Old Haleians are unable to attend the Hale School Remembrance Day Service this year, we invite you to view the Service online as Hale School remembers the 126 Old Haleians and others who sacrificed their lives.
The Hale School Remembrance Day Service will commence at ...
The YH Committee are proud to announce Matthew McAlpine (2007-2011) as the recipient of the 2020 Young Haleians' Endeavour Award.
The Young Haleians' Endeavour Award provides a u...
Max Anderson Loake ('16) is the fifteenth Old Haleian to receive the prestigious scholarship to pursue his postgraduate studies at Oxford University.
The Rhodes Scholarship is the oldest and perhaps most pre...
Every Young Haleian has the opportunity to strive towards a goal with purpose, and the Young Haleians’ Award is designed to provide the support needed to do so. Applications are now open.
The Young Haleians’ Endeavour &nb...
The Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 29 June at 8am in Memorial Hall.
The 2020 Annual General Meeting of the Old Haleians' ...
Jackson Harvey (2007) and Alex Towler (2007) competed against seven other teams in Season 2 of Australian LEGO Masters to win the title.
The LEGO Masters series pits eight teams of two who work ...
Kristian Jongeling (2019) is the fourth Hale School student to be awarded a prestigious C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship since the scholarship was first awarded in 1990.
C.A.S Hawker Scholarships are awarded each year to studen...
We invite all past Hale rowers to join us for a coffee and a hot cross bun, to reminisce about ol...
We warmly invite all past Haleians to join us to celebrate Old Boys' Day. This year we will ackno...
Hosted by Christ Church Grammar School OBA. The guest speaker is Mr Jon Doust, past boarder (1961...
Cheers to 50 years!
Better late than never as they say. Save the date in your calendar. The plan is to watch a bit o...
Actor – based in New York Inaugural winner of the Young Haleians’ Endeavour Award
Distance runner: 1500m and 5000m Competed in the 2016 Rio Olympics
Co-founder: DrawHistory Forbes 30Under30-Asia Finalist
AFL FootballerDrafted to the West Coast Eagles in 2013
Australian Bobsleigh Team Two-time Winter Olympian: 2014 - Sochi and 2018 - PyeongChang
Australian Professional Golfer March 2017: became number one ranked amateur golfer in the world
Musical Artist WA Music Folk Song of the Year Award in 2017 and 2019
World Champion Rower Winner of the Endeavour Award 2019 Hyundai Junior Sport Star Winner 2019
Professional Rugby Player
Australian LEGO Masters Champions 2020