WELCOME TO MHS
As a selective-entry state-wide provider of broad, stimulating and challenging education of the highest quality, Melbourne High School is in a unique position to enhance the vast and varied talents of its diverse body of students, preparing them for academic, civic and vocational leadership, whilst encouraging individual happiness and satisfaction.
Unique in its status as a state-wide provider for boys from Year 9 to 12, Melbourne High School seeks to remain at the forefront of education for boys in Australia. An established State Secondary School situated in a central inner city location, it offers outstanding facilities for the delivery of its programs and is attended by students from a wide area of metropolitan Melbourne and beyond. The selective nature of entry results in a broad socio-economic and cultural mix and a strong commitment to academic excellence.The school values the traditions that have contributed to its success in the past while embracing the opportunities offered by the future. The students’ talents, efforts and achievements are rewarded in an environment which fosters mutual respect, personal integrity and strong sense of self-worth. True to its motto, “honour the work”, the school adheres to a code of conduct based on self-discipline and responsibility to oneself and others. + Read More
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South Yarra, 3141
Tel: +61 3 9826 0711
Fax: +61 3 9826 8767
Melbourne High School has now closed until Wednesday 15 April 2020.
In case of emergency please contact:
School Admin Personnel
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COMPASS PASSWORD RESET
Parent Compass Password Reset Requests will only be done via email request. Please send an email to the following email address:
You will be provided with an automatic response that tells you what information needs to be provided to validate the request.
STUDENT USE OF MOBILE PHONES
Log-in to Compass>> to read the school’s policy that explains to our school community the Department’s and MHS’s policy requirements and expectations relating to students using mobile phones during school hours.