Hale School is the oldest independent boys' school in Western Australia. It was founded in 1858 by the first Anglican Bishop of Perth, Dr Mathew Blagden Hale.
Located in the suburb of Wembley Downs, the current campus is situated on a magnificent 48 hectare site, approximately 13 kilometres to the north-west of Perth and two kilometres from the coast.
Hale School is an Anglican day and boarding school offering primary and secondary education through to Tertiary entrance Examination level. Whilst day boys are accepted from Year 1 to Year 12, boarders are accepted from Year 6 to Year 12.
We aim to engage our boys in a broad, well balanced education, within a Christian environment. The boys are encouraged to involve themselves enthusiastically and wholeheartedly in the wide range of activities that are available as they seek to make the most of many opportunities on offer.
There is a strong academic focus at Hale School and a very high proportion of our boys progress to universities and other tertiary institutions. The School recognises that while academic abilities can differ widely, all boys benefit from being encouraged and challenged to achieve their full potential, both within and outside the classroom.