The Hutchins School Old Boys’ Association (HSOBA) Young Alumni Award was launched in 2016 and celebrates an Old Boy who has left the School no more than 15 years ago, is a good man of character and has excelled in arts, sport, business or community service.
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The Ray Vincent Lunch was held today in Burbury House with over 80 members of our community in attendance including a large contingent of our 2017 leavers.
On Friday we were honoured to receive a visit from a group of our 1957 leavers. 19 leavers and 14 of their partners organised a weekend to celebrate their 60 year reunion which included a visit to the school.
Congratulations to UTAS medical student and Old Boy Henry West (’11) who has been announced as the latest Tasmanian Rhodes Scholar.
Yesterday Old Boy Tom Allwright (’08) visited us to speak to our Year 11 and 12 students about his journey since leaving Hutchins.
The Hutchins School Old Boys’ Association unveiled the Hutchins Lion which is a posthumous award given to honour an Old Boy who has excelled in his chosen field of endeavour.
The Anniversary Lunch held today was a wonderful celebration supported by The Hutchins Foundation and the Hutchins School Old Boys Association. It included the presentation of The Hutchins Foundation Follow Your Dreams Awards.
Nominations for the Ivied Tower Award are now open. This award recognises Old Boys that have made an outstanding achievement in their chosen field of endeavour – the arts, business, service to the community, the church, the defence forces, education.
Mr John Brettingham-Moore (OB 1935–44) is our first exhibited Old Boy Collector. John’s artworks are currently featured in an exhibition held on display in the Olga Braham Gallery, extending into the Baldwin Wing and a section of the Nettlefold Library.
On 3 May 2017 the ANZAC Day Service was held in the Terence Butler Auditorium to reflect on the courage and bravery that has been shown by those who have served in war.