Focus on the boy to grow the man
Enrolment applications are welcome for all years via our Expression of Interest form and will be reviewed in the order in which they are received, please note spaces for 2022 are limited.
With a foundation of gospel values we develop confident, well-rounded young men for tomorrow’s world. We’re proud of our rich legacy of graduates who have served their country and communities.
Boys’ Education Specialists
Christian Brothers’ High School is the boys’ education specialist.
Outstanding academic results are just the beginning – with 130 years of producing exceptional young men, CBHS integrates modern teaching methods and resources to equip boys with confidence in their abilities; the skills to succeed and a strong moral compass to provide direction.
At CBHS our motto is Conanti Corona – A Crown to the One Who Strives. The ‘Crown’ can be achieved in many ways and in many experiences. Always supported by a caring and pastoral staff and an inclusive learning environment within academic, sporting and co-curricular offerings as well as in Immersions and Justice Programs.
James Threlkeld School Captain 2020
Large enough to provide a wide range of opportunities, but small enough that we know and support every boy.
With a focus on nurturing the emotional, spiritual, physical and intellectual gifts of each boy, our pastoral care program is tailored to your son’s unique needs. A wide range of sporting activities, arts and music courses, social justice programs and community activities allow each student to find and nurture his talents, interests and skills.
Comments from the community
Last week I left to catch a bus at the nearby stop. Several of your boys were sitting at the stop and immediately stood to offer me a seat. The boys are a credit to themselves, their parents and your school. So lovely to see and experience.
- Bruce Dewhurst
Thanks CBHS for supporting all the students on their chosen career paths. At CBHS the boys are always encouraged to be the best they can be.
- Stephanie Pugliese
I felt like our future might be in good hands this morning, as I watched a high school student from Christian Brother High School Lewisham picking up rubbish, as they walked down the street.