Located in the heart of North Sydney, Shore offers students a unique environment with exceptional opportunities to thrive in learning, arts and sport.
For generations, Shore’s holistic approach to learning has been dedicated to developing its students intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. At Shore, we cherish our role in helping our boys grow into good men; responsible citizens of integrity who seek to serve the wider community.
Our belief is in a purposeful education; take what you learn and do something good with it.
For our boarders, the community is underpinned by strong friendship and fellowship. The unity and diversity of Shore’s boarding houses creates an environment where boys from all backgrounds can learn and live at one of NSW’s leading boys’ boarding schools.
Shore has been home to boarders since the School began in 1889. Today, it houses up to 205 boys, from regional and rural NSW (60%), overseas (15%) and local weekly boarders (25%). The four boarding houses – School House, Robson House, Barry House and Hodges House – each accommodate boys from junior to senior.
Supporting boarders at every step is Shore’s team of exceptional educators, with all boarding staff academically trained and teaching or coaching across the School.
The aim of the Shore boarding experience is to provide a holistic education, combining academic achievement with Christian values and knowledge to prepare them for life beyond school. We offer a strong pastoral programme and a range of weekend activities, within and outside of the School.
The boarding and school facilities are located on the eight-hectare North Sydney property, including the new RAI Grant Centre, offering sporting facilities, teaching spaces and roof-top terraces for students to enjoy. The main sports facility is in nearby Northbridge while rowing, integral to the school tradition since 1890, is conducted at Gladesville.
For more information, visit www.shore.nsw.edu.au