WACE AWARDS REWARD HARD WORK

Hale School graduates have again reaped the rewards for their hard work and commitment to their studies with extraordinary results in the 2021 Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) examinations. Hale […]

HIGH FLYER NAMED WEST AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR

Richard Goyder, AO (1974-77) has been named 2021’s West Australian of the Year.   Richard, who grew up on a wheat and sheep farm in Tambellup, started boarding at Hale […]

RECONCILIATION ACTION PLAN SETS ROAD MAP

Hale School has launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan, providing a framework for greater cultural understanding and recognition for our Indigenous students in line with this year’s Reconciliation Week theme, […]

SUPPORTING BOYS TO BECOME GOOD MEN

Hundreds of parents took up the opportunity to hear from experts in the field on how to support our boys to grow into kind and compassionate young men. Hosted by […]

HARRY GARLAND NAMED BISHOP HALE MEDAL WINNER

The Bishop Hale Medal is awarded to an Old Haleian who displays unselfish, voluntary devotion to duty. Harry Garland (2009) is befitting of such an honour. Harry started at Hale […]

HOMAGE TO HISTORY OF MEMORIAL HALL

After three years of planning and a couple of postponements due to COVID, the original production of My Hall finally went ahead in March – and what a production it […]

COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY RECREATES CAMPUS OPENING

In 2021 Hale School celebrates the 60th anniversary of its Wembley Downs campus, a milestone in the School’s 163-year history. On 6 March 1961, an opening ceremony was held at […]

HALE GRADUATES ACHIEVE ATAR EXCELLENCE

Hale School is proud to acknowledge the incredible efforts of the 2020 graduating class, who all achieved the WACE and an outstanding median Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of 90.35. […]

MAX ANDERSON-LOAKE NAMED RHODES SCHOLAR

Congratulations to Max Anderson-Loake (2016) who has been named Western Australia’s Rhodes Scholar for 2021, recognising his potential as a young global ambassador. At Oxford University, Max will be studying […]

BUSHFIRE AFFECTED SCHOOL GIVES THANKS

During the catastrophic bushfires around Esperance in 2015, the town of Scaddan was devastated. Scaddan Primary School was closed for several weeks due to smoke damage and tree removal surrounding […]