Keep up-to-date with Melbourne High School through our weekly publication of OURS.
OURS is posted every Friday during the school term on Compass, the School’s Student Management system.
Parents, students and staff receive an alert to the primary email address they have registered at the School when OURS is posted. Access Compass here >>
If you have misplaced your password, please email.
Compass is the primary channel of communication for parents. All parents have been provided with login instructions and passwords for Compass.
A range of functions and services are available through Compass.
Identify and email their son’s teachers (preferred method of teacher contact)
Read the weekly newsletter OURS
Receive key school notices and advice
View calendar of key school dates and events
Pay for school charges and activity costs
Approve excursions and submit required forms
View progress and academic reports when available
View student absences and provide explanations where relevant
If you have misplaced your password, please send an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
You will be provided with an automatic response that tells you what information needs to be provided to validate the request.
The MHS School Foundation supports Melbourne High School in maintaining the quality of its programs and facilities into the future. The Foundation provides a range of tax-deductible opportunities which will directly benefit the students and programs of Melbourne High School. We thank you for your contribution in the past and hope that you will continue to help us secure the education of our students and the integrity of the ‘Castle on the Hill’ by supporting the Annual Appeal. Donate now>>
Access the 2019 MHS Annual Report on Compass here >>
2020 MHS Hybrid Tablet Notebook Program Information Pack
MHS 2020 Tablet Summary Information download >>
Melbourne High School has a range of products for sale including books, paintings, glassware, coffee mugs, pens, ties, DVD recordings of the Winter Concert and Speech Night. See the full range of products at the MHSOBA website >>
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.
What role should tutors play . . . read more >>
Find out when our main events are held, including reporting, parent-teacher interviews, exams, and House competitions. For additional information visit our school calendar on Compass>>.
Melbourne High School holds an extensive range of significant events throughout the year that embrace the arts, music, theatre, sport, and cultural diversity.
The MHSOBA is an organisation that aims to assist the School and former students. Many of its members giveexpert advice when called upon; others provide services to the School.Membership can help students survive and thrive throughout their university and working life. It is a unique opportunity to contribute and network. We encourage all current and former students to become members of the MHSOBA to help ensure that these strong associations with the School are maintained and our provision of quality programs can continue.
The Melbourne High School Foundation is the fundraising arm of Melbourne High School. The Foundation is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. Government funds do not cover the cost of providing the exceptional education for which Melbourne High School is known. The mission of the Foundation is to provide assistance to MHS; in particular to past, present and future students and staff. The Foundation also focuses on building and fostering our relationships with donors and members of the community.
Friends of Music (FOM) is made up of parents of Melbourne High School students who are studying or playing music and / or who are involved in one of the many ensembles or choral groups. FOM is open to all MHS parents who share our love for all things relating to music and who would like to assist.
Melbourne High School values parental involvement in whatever form it can take. One way to become involved in the School and make a major contribution to its ongoing development is through the active and friendly Parents' and Friends' Association (P&F). The P&F meets monthly on Mondays.
The Melbourne High School Rowing Fraternity is composed of past and present rowers, their parents and friends and works to support this highly successful program. In addition to coordinating special events such as the annual Captain of the Boats Dinner, the rowing fraternity raises funds through school community events such as movie nights. All are welcome — contact us by email>> to see how you can get involved! Find out more by visiting our website here>>
The Melbourne High School Second Hand Shop provides an opportunity for students to buy second hand uniform at a reduced cost as well as purchasing MHS Memorabilia.