Academic | Agriculture | Boarding
All welcome to the first P&C Meeting for 2018 on Tuesday 13th February 2018 in Clarke House.
Once again we are lucky enough to have a Japanese assistant teacher with us for 4 weeks in term 1 2018 to help our students with their studies. Her name is Kyouka Fukushima and she is 19 years old. We need host families from February 17 to March 17 2018. This is a wonderful opportunity for your family to learn about another culture and it will definitely help students with their studies of Japanese. Host families are paid $200 per week. You can host any amount of time but we prefer a minimum of 1 week. If you are interested in hosting, please contact Mikala Hewett or Esther Eun in the LOTE staffroom.
Please see attached information below regarding the NSW School Vaccination Program.
HAHS dates for vaccination are:
11 May 2018
20 November 2018
We have been reviewing our communication processes within our school and have developed a flow chart to assist parents and guardians in selecting the appropriate staff member to communicate with.
The flowchart can be found here: HAHS Contact Flowchart
Additional contact information can be found on the “Our Staff‘ page
Launch schoolTV on your devices here
This site will empower our community to deal with the challenges our teenagers face.
Hurlstone Agricultural High School will transition to the new NSW Public Schools’ finance system and a new bank account on 16 October 2017.
To ensure a smooth transition, there will be changes to the way we accept payments from parents & carers. Please see attached letter for information.
Parents please note the school has implemented procedures to promote the safety of students and visitors, especially concerning drop – off and pick up.
Parents are asked to respect these procedures and ensure they stay out of the bus bay, which has been freshly marked and painted so it is very obvious. Ample area is available towards Roy Watts gate for people to safely park, drop – off or pick up and students only have a short walk in to school.
As you would be aware the school which will continue to occupy the current Hurlstone Agricultural High School site will change its name as of 2023.
As part of the process to decide on a name the Department of Education is undergoing community consultation.
Attached is a flyer that outlines how you can contribute. School Name Flyer 2016
Information on our BYOD program can be found here: