School fees alone do not provide capital to continue building the school. It is the generosity of previous generations that mean the students of today can benefit from the wonderful facilities and opportunities at Shore.
Since the first days of Shore, it has been the support of Benefactors and Friends who have enabled Shore to provide a standard of education of the highest standard. In fact the school property at North Sydney was purchased in 1889, for 10,000 pounds, with funds that had been originally provided by a bequest. (Ref ‘Shore’ by Geoffrey Sherrington, pg 23, Ref 76).
We encourage you to partner with us, whatever your capacity, and leave a legacy to benefit the young men of today and tomorrow.
“They hand on the Torch of Life”
The Headmaster’s Scholarship and Bursary Programme continues to receive the support of the community and in 201 7 the Foundation supported 49 boys on either full or partial scholarships and bursaries.
Shore has a close relationship with our Country Boarding families, some who are second and third generation Shore boys. The Rural Bursaries assist those families who otherwise might not be able to send their sons to the school. Particularly at this time of drought, we encourage you to donate generously to the Shore Foundation Scholarships Trust.
Donations are tax deductible click HERE to donate now
Choose 'Scholarships & Bursaries' and then Appeal 'Rural Boarding Bursaries'
Shore partners with the Yalari Foundation, to offer education and support to Indigenous children. There are 8 Yalari scholars, currently boarding at Shore.
Shore provides an exceptional education for our boys, so all students can achieve their personal best.
The Shore Foundation supports five teacher’s aides and the Director of Learning, Cate Fryda, helping 130 Shore boys with extra learning needs.
Cate Fryda, Director of Inclusion at Shore, recently spoke at the Foundation AGM about the wonderful work of the Shore Learning support team.
We encourage you to watch her inspiring presentation below.