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 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 inor engage jointly with current students, or inspire students to undertake, the product of whichwill add to the School’s Heritage Collection.
Designed to assist year 10 students in the schools Innovations Program and to enable an incubation of ideas that can be utilised in aiding Melbourne High School students to better understand the concept of entrepreneurship and innovation.
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
- The GM&B currently has just over 100 members, and continues to provide assistance to the School, through activities which include the Mentoring and Junior Leadership (JLM) Programs, and Heritage. The GM&B wishes to thank School Principal Mr Jeremy Ludowyke, and the MHSOBA, under the leadership of Mr Peter Stathopoulos, for their continued support.
- Vale – Professor Geoffrey James Bishop AM 20 September 1932 – 1 June 2019 Geoff was at MHS where he had a brilliant career later echoed […]
- 1. Clarify the aims and role of the GM&B amend the Mission Statement if necessary promote the GM&B to the School and Old Boy communities by […]