The Bunbury High Centenary celebrations that took place on 2 and 3 March were an outstanding success and a fabulous promotion for our school.
The two day program commenced on Friday morning with a whole school assembly which included a number of speakers followed by some amazingly talented musicians who had many of the staff dancing in the aisles. Student 'voices from the past' gave the audience an insight to life at various
times in the school’s history and our Head Girl and Head Boy provided a very thoughtful introduction to the proceedings that followed the assembly.
The Open Day was attended by well over 1000 people, some of whom had attended the school in the 1930s. They were treated to tours of the school and the decade displays put together by our staff.
The celebration concluded on Saturday night with a formal dinner at the Lord Forrest Hotel. This was attended by over 120 guests, some of who had travelled from the eastern states to be here.
A highlight of the weekend was the launch of our history book "100 Years of Opportunities" by Graham Houghton which can be purchased at the school. It is an extremely interesting read and a quality hard cover production.
There is also various memorabilia commemorating our 100 years available for purchase from the school as well.
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