Wow! What a huge night it was for the Haileybury community last Friday with the celebration of the Lunar Festival. HMA was thrilled to be in the centre of the excitement with our Asian sweet stall. Haileybury-crested items also featured well, with our golf umbrellas selling out! Congratulations and grateful thanks to the Lunar Festival Committee.
We extend our appreciation to Vice Principal Pamela Chamberlain who attended our recent HMA meeting. As always, Ms Chamberlain has her finger on the pulse on all matters associated with our Haileybury Senior School and we were treated to many insights into our amazing School!
Our next meeting will be held on Tuesday, 24 March, at 9.45 am for a prompt 10.00 am start in the Barney Allen Centre at Keysborough. We are delighted to announce that Mr Stewart Bell, Director of Visual and Performing Arts, will be in attendance. All parents at Haileybury are welcome!
Our HMA Uniform Shop is open every Friday between 1.00 and 3.45 pm during the School term. Make sure you get in early to select your winter uniform requirements. Our prices are generally 50% off the full price of selected items. Come along and grab a bargain! Seller's Form is available on go2.
At HMA we are excited to hear of the birth of our newest campus, Haileybury City! What a wonderful addition to our Haileybury family. With the inaugural visit to Haileybury Beijing taking place in mid-April, HMA will fully embrace the whole of the Haileybury community. Those who wish to be a part of the trip are still able to register their interest through TryBooking.
Have a wonderful long weekend!
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OLD HAILEYBURIANS ASSOCIATION
Class of 2005 – 10-Year Reunion
On 20 March, the Class of 2005 will be invited back to Keysborough for their 10-Year Reunion. 2005 peers and their partners will enjoy cocktails and canapés in the Quadrangle while enjoying some live music from the Old Haileyburian network.
Class of 1995 – 20-Year Reunion
On 27 March, the Class of 1995 will also be invited back to Keysborough for their 20-Year Reunion. Guests can enjoy reconnecting with their peers over drinks and canapés in the Quadrangle.
OHA @ The Lunar Festival
The OHA ran a stall at the amazing Lunar Festival held at Keysborough on Friday, 27 February. This spectacular event provided us with the opportunity to showcase all the benefits of the OHA with hundreds of families within the Haileybury Community.
Director of School Development & Alumni Relations
Haileybury Foundation asks for the support of the greater Haileybury
community by pledging a commitment to help consolidate Haileybury's
position as one of Australia's great schools, as well as helping to
achieve our vision of being recognised as a great world school.
there are six students at Haileybury benefitting from scholarships
through the Haileybury Foundation. These students would otherwise not
have had the opportunity to attend Haileybury and have benefitted
through the generosity of a large number of Old Haileyburians, current
and past parents, and Haileybury community groups.
As a member of the Haileybury community, there are a number of ways that you can become involved in the Foundation:
1. Individual donations: Your
donation to the Haileybury Scholarship Fund enables less fortunate
Australian students to experience a Haileybury education and helps those
students achieve their full potential. All donations are tax
deductible. Every donation to the Haileybury Scholarship Fund will help
make a difference to the education of young people. Members of the
Haileybury community can donate by clicking on the following button.
2. Bequests: The
Winged Heart Society. For many alumni and friends of Haileybury, a
charitable bequest is the easiest and best way to make a gift to the
School. By means of your will or other estate plan, you can name
Haileybury as the beneficiary of a portion of your estate, or of
particular assets in your estate.
For further information, or to
make a donation or enquire about a bequest, please contact Russell
Davidson, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, on the
P: +61 3 9904 6140
Your Foundation Team
PARENTS OF SENIOR SCHOOL HAILEYBURY
Parents of Senior School Haileybury is an exciting new community development. Parents who have at least one child at Senior School are already members and there is no cost to join.
This vibrant, innovative community group has one core purpose: to promote fellowship within the parent body of Senior School and across all three campuses – with the aim that it will lead to friendship, fun, a sense of belonging and us all supporting each other – while complementing and supporting existing community groups.
We will be holding several, relaxed social events throughout the year at different locations; so as to suit the wide geographical spread of our Haileybury families. With no entry cost, no fundraising agenda, no lengthy speeches and no students, we believe you'll enjoy the difference and the company. We would appreciate your support by attending at least one of the events.
Our first event will be held on Sunday, 22 March. You can book your free tickets by clicking on the following button.