Kerry Rubie - Class of 1957 - Consultant & Former Vice Chairman, Leo Burnett Worldwide Inc. 

“I believe it was my teenage years at High that provided the key ingredient to the various levels of success, satisfaction and rewards that I have been fortunate to experience.”

“I feel passionately about providing financial support to the School and do so as significantly as I am able. I am very much aware that High, funded by the State (unlike the privately funded other members of the Great Public Schools group), needs people from its community – parents and other Old Boys – to provide the financial support that is an essential component of its continuing progress and success.”

Fred Bolling AM - Class of 1967 - "Former CXO & HR Specialist - Yum Brands Inc Dallas Texas & Company Director. Currently MD, Principal Consultants & Owner of FB Consulting - Broad based business consult and executive coaching.

"My time at Sydney High was life changing.  It provided me with opportunities that would never have eventuated at another high school.

I am delighted to have this opportunity to give back to the school and I encourage all other Old Boys to do the same. "

Dr Greg Aroney - Class of 1971 - Cardiologist 

DUX 6 yrs 1966-1971/Frank Albert Cup 1971

"I have long wanted to give something back to the school, especially the legacy of the wonderful teachers who invested their abilities, values and sense of social justice into students in the course of our formative years at Sydney High...........I never carved my initials into my desk (honestly), so now is a legitimate opportunity to leave a mark without risking disciplinary action." (About his donation to the Wall of Gratitude 2017 Appeal).

Brett Alcorn & Susan Mitchell - Current Parents at Sydney Boys High School

"Investing in our children's education is investing in their future. Our boys are privileged to attend a school with such a long-standing reputation for academic and sporting success. Rarely does a public school offer the array of opportunties afforded by Sydney High".