The Green, Maroon & Black Patrons' Club is a coterie group established in 1994 with the express purpose of promoting the School and Old Boys' Association. Since foundation it has continued to grow and develop programs to support the school and its student development programs.


The mission of the MHSOBA GM&B Patrons’ Club is to contribute to the sustainable development of Melbourne High School so that it is nationally and internationally competitive and recognised as such through the excellence and quality of its educational and experiential programs, its facilities and the achievements of its students and their pride in the School.




Melbourne High School will provide career guidance and personal development for selected students through a formal mentoring program in conjunction with the Green, Maroon and Black Patrons’ Club of the Melbourne High School Old Boys’ Association.


Designed to expose all Year 9/10 students to the possibilities of taking on leadership positions within the classroom, within the school, within their peer group and within the wider community, building on the existing structures that currently operate at Melbourne High School


The School’s heritage Program is designed to preserve the school’s history, custom and traditions. The challenge is for GM&B Patrons to participate in or engage jointly with current students, or inspire students to undertake, the product of which will add to the School’s Heritage Collection.

Be part of this important Coterie group that drives to
maintain the heritage of the School and assist the
current boys of Melbourne High to become leaders
and role models in the community and business alike


  • 2023 GM&B AGM REPORT
    Over the past 12 months we have slowly returned to our usual routines. We have resumed face-to-face teaching, our co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, school tours, events on site and interstate and international exchanges. However, […]
  • Forum 2 – Mentoring & Transition Program
    Forum 2 was an intimate event as many members struggled with other commitments but the 20 attendees generated a dynamic and fruitful discussion. The presentation will be posted to the Website for those who […]
  • 2022 GM&B AGM REPORT
    It was great to again meet face-to-face after a two-year absence caused by Covid-19 and the imposed government restrictions. The AGM in May 2019 was the last time such a meeting was possible. It […]


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