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."
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.
All Old Haleians' are welcome to come along and celebrate this special occasion on Friday 20 March 2020.
9.30am Registration - at the Chapel...
The YH Committee are proud to announce Hamish Henriques (2010-18) as the winner of the 2019 Young Haleians' Endeavour Award.
The Old Haleians’ Association propose to make some minor changes to the Association’s Constitution and invite all members to view the proposed changes.
Great news for two Haleians who made the draft.
It has been a big week for many young lads who's live...
Over 110 Old Haleians came together, alongside current students and Hale School staff on Monday, 11 November to honour and remember our fallen soldiers.
'Storm in a Teacup' is the story of Leon Pericles facing his greatest challenge yet: holding an exhibition of his life's work while facing the mental decline of his wife and collaborator, Moira, as Alzheimer's disease turns their world upside down.
'Storm in a Teacup' is a moving documentary ...
Grant applications are now open for the 2020 Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.
If you’re 18-35 and want to make a difference in ag...
The OHA has the responsibility of selecting a Nominee to serve on the Board of Governors following the retirement of Mr Braden Meers.
Expression of Interest: Read more
Childhood memories are the trigger for Graham Miller’s (1976-83) new photographic series 'Playing the Man'.
GRAHAM MILLER Playing the man
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...
A chance for Year 12 Leavers from 2019 to get together to catch up and share holiday stories and ...
We invite all past Hale rowers to join us for a coffee and a hot cross bun, to reminisce about ol...
Save the date. Invitations will be sent out in late January.
Save the date and register your interest in playing now.
Save the date. Details (including cost) to follow closer to the date.
Remembrance Day Service followed by a presentation in the lecture theatre then lunch in the Tom H...
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