HALE SCHOOL AND ITS OLD BOYS
Much of Hale and the Association’s history can be found in the pages of this website.
On this page alone you can trace the more than 160 years of the School's history in the pages of the concise, 'Potted History', learn about the 126 Old Haleians who lost their lives in different theatres of war around the globe in 'The Memorial Groves', follow Bishop Hale's formation of Hale School and get to know a bit more about the men whose names have been assigned to the different Houses of Hale School.
HALE SCHOOL ARCHIVESThe Hale School Archives was first commissioned in 1992 to collect and preserve the outstanding history of the many boys who have passed through the School. Hale's 'footprint' can be indelibly stamped for future generations to look back to and draw upon from time to time, for information and research, and to engender an appreciation and enjoyment of our long and rich heritage. The collection includes photographs, video footage, student work, textiles, student records and documents, maps, books, letters and more.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Former staff members, Old Boys and members of the general public are welcome to donate items that are relevant to the history of the School. If you would like to contribute to Hale School's history, please contact the Hale School Archives team on (08) 9347 0117 or Archive@hale.wa.edu.au.