Hale School has today announced that it will proactively transition its students towards online learning from this week.
Hale School has cancelled all major events for the rest of the term in response to concerns about the spread of Coronavirus.
The hard work and commitment of Hale’s 2019 graduates have well and truly paid off with their remarkable success in the WACE exams.
Hale's inaugural 9ArtsFest was a feast for the senses as all Year 9 boys tried their hand at a creative pursuit.
Creating a welcoming space for our Middle School students to study and socialise has resulted in the overhaul of the space formerly known as the Chillzone and adjoining courtyard area.
Hale School has rounded out a superb winter sport season by reaching a School record, winning six sporting trophies in one calendar season.
It was a sold out event when 2019 Australian of the Year, Dr Craig Challen, visited Hale School this week as part of the Richard Goyder Visiting Fellows programme.
The Hale Junior School redevelopment has set a new standard, being recognised as one of the best, if not the best primary school in the nation.
Three Hale boys, with the intention of making life easier for children with diabetes, have won the national Artificial Intelligence for Good Challenge.
NAIDOC Week was celebrated at Hale School this year with sand art and a moving assembly featuring a smoking ceremony and traditional dance.
While many school-based art exhibitions have fallen by the wayside, the Fine Art @ Hale exhibition continues going strong, again attracting large numbers of visitors and buyers.
Hale School has hosted world-renowned music ensembles from Foxborough High School in Massachusetts.
Old Haleian, Ashton Brinkworth has been honoured by former Olympian, Todd Pearson for his part in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires.
Hale School marks the Indigenous football round on Super Saturday with a special ceremony in front of a big home crowd.
From 2020, St Georges House will be renamed Meade House in recognition of former Headmaster Stuart Meade.
About 100 young actors from Hale's Redfoot Youth Theatre brought the classical musical 'My Fair Lady' to life in May.
Three of our Heads of School joined the Junior School Orchestra in a surprise performance, proving that old dogs can still learn new tricks!
The 1st XI cricket team could not have been more excited to bring the Darlot Cup home to Hale after a resounding victory against Aquinas.
Hale's 1st volleyball team takes a share of the Brother Carrigg Shield for the very first time.
Professor John Rosenthal OAM (1956-62) is named as the 2019 Bishop Hale Medal winner on Old Boys' Day.
Tuesday 5 February 2019 was a moment in history as we opened the doors to Hale's first ever Pre-Primary students.