Hale School

College & Education

Australia, Australia, Western Australia

Hale School is a selective, independent, Anglican day and boarding school for boys, located in Wembley Downs, a coastal suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Founded by Bishop Mathew Blagden Hale in 1858, Hale School is the oldest private boys' school in Western Australia. The school was originally situated at the Cloisters on St Georges Terrace in Perth, relocating in 1914 to West Perth, and in 1961 to its current premises in Wembley Downs. The campus now consists of a junior school for Years 1 to 6, a middle school for Years 7 & 8 and a senior school for Year 9 to 12. The school also consists of sporting grounds, and boarding facilities for regional and international students. The school is a member of the Public Schools Association and the Junior School Heads Association of Australia. Hale's sister school is St Mary's Anglican Girls' School located in Karrinyup, a nearby suburb. In 2008, Hale School celebrated its sesquicentennial (150th) anniversary.