Hale maintains a strong relationship with our ‘sister’ school, St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School. Boys in all year levels enjoy educational and social activities with the girls, ranging from class visits and collaborations, to workshops on positive relationships, shared music ensembles, rock climbing competitions, social dances, fundraising initiatives and student leadership meetings. We believe we offer ‘the best of both worlds’ by remaining a single-sex school focusing on boys’ needs while providing opportunities for positive interactions with girls.

Madalah Limited is a not-for-profit organisation that offers secondary and tertiary education scholarships for Indigenous students, primarily from remote and regional communities, to WA’s leading boarding schools and Australian universities. Madalah secondary scholarships provide support to students from Years 7 to 12. These scholarships are administered by Madalah on behalf of the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA). Hale is a partner school with Madalah and therefore enrolled students may be eligible.

Since 2019, Hale has been recognised as a top tier Microsoft Surface Lighthouse School. This is the highest level of recognition possible from Microsoft for Australian schools, and means we are now part of an exclusive cohort of schools delivering outstanding learning using Microsoft Surface devices. This recognition also comes with new levels of collaboration, support and resources from Microsoft, which benefit our students, staff and the wider school community. 

Hale School has been invited by Curtin University to be a member of its Innovative Schools Consortium for demonstrating high levels of innovation and a commitment to working closely with Curtin to co-develop teaching and learning programmes centred on creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. As a member of the ISC, Hale is also part of the Learning Futures Network and on the peak body and advisory board to the entire network. 

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Hale School is proud to offer the John Inverarity Music and Drama Centre as a rehearsal and performance space for the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO). Hale Music students are privileged to be granted limited access to WASO rehearsals with some of our best local musicians, as well as national and international guests.

Hale School is proud to partner with the following organisations to offer our students opportunities to learn about and assist others in our community:

  • Anglicare
  • Bethanie Joondanna Care Home
  • Doubleview Primary School
  • Family Pathways
  • Holy Rosary Primary School’s Siena Centre (special needs unit)
  • James Brown Care Centre
  • Mount Hawthorn Primary School Education Support Unit
  • Muscular Dystrophy WA
  • Nulsen Disability Services
  • Quintilian School
  • RAW Impact, Cambodia
  • RideAid, Cambodia
  • Regis Woodlands aged care
  • The Salvation Army
  • Starlight Children’s Foundation
  • St Bartholomew’s House
  • Wembley Integrated Football and Cricket

Hale School is a member of the International Boys’ Schools Coalition (IBSC). IBSC seeks to support, advance and celebrate boys’ schools as learning environments focused on the achievement of boys, and advocates for boys’ education everywhere.

Hale School is a partner with Cambridge Assessment International Education, an organisation within the University of Cambridge. As a partner school we offer our Year 10 students the Cambridge Upper Secondary IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) courses for enrichment and extension. Almost 100 Hale students are enrolled in Physics, Chemistry and Additional Mathematics by coursework and examination.

Hale School is also a registered Cambridge examination centre.

Hale School has partnerships with schools around the world, offering our students exchange and tour opportunities to enrich their learning. We currently have exchange partnerships in place with the following schools:

Knox Grammar School, NSW, Australia

Bishops Diocesan College, Cape Town, South Africa

Dean Close School, Cheltenham, UK

Mayo College, Ajmer, India

Meitoku Gijuku Senior High School, Kochi, Japan

Michaelhouse, Balgowan, South Africa

Ridley College, Ontario, Canada

St John’s College, Johannesburg, South Africa

Uplands College, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Hale School’s sports ovals and fields are considered among the best in the country, attracting elite teams. National and international cricket, hockey and rugby squads have trained at Hale, much to the delight of our school community. Teams to have used Hale’s facilities in recent times include:

  • All Blacks – New Zealand national rugby union team
  • Argentina Rugby
  • Australian men’s water polo team
  • Canterbury Crusaders – New Zealand rugby union team
  • Carlton Football Club
  • England cricket team
  • England Rugby
  • Fiji Rugby 
  • Hockeyroos – Australian national women’s hockey team
  • Kookaburras – Australian national men’s hockey team
  • NSW State of Origin rugby league team
  • Springboks – South African national rugby union team

Hale School is proud to maintain partnerships and associations with the following organisations, which enhance our school culture and the experience we can offer our students and community.

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