Melburne High School Lodge No. 759 was successfully re-established on Saturday 1 December 2001 following a very successful re-enactment of the Lodge's consecration towards the end of last year. [more information »]
Welcome to the Melbourne High School Old Boys Cricket Club (MHSOBCC) Homepage.
MHSOBCC is a club that has a rich 93-year history. MHSOBCC is a club that is steeped in tradition and uses its links with the school to build towards future successes. MHSOBCC values… tradition, prestige and leadership and these are enforced in our players’ attitude towards the game. Most of all we have fun! We enjoy our cricket both on and off the field. [more information »]
The formal establishment of the Football Club dates from 24 April 1928 although the real origin of the current MHSOB Football Club can be traced back to August 1907 when a football team of past students played the school team, at the old East Melbourne ground. The club has won 20 premierships in the VAFA, but never an A Grade flag! [more information »]
The Club is affiliated with Hockey Victoria (HV), and its component Associations; the Victorian Hockey Association (VHA), the Victorian Women's Hockey Association (VWHA), and the Victorian Junior Hockey Association (VJHA). [more information »]
Old Boy diners, and their guests, meet regularly, on designated Wednesdays at the Unciorn Club. An eminent guest speaker entertains diners over a delightful two coursae meal. [more information »]
Whilst the MHSOB Water Polo Club is one of the youngest of the affiliate clubs, it has an outstanding success record. [more information »]
Since 1990 the Breakfast Club has operated an early morning fitness program, on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 6:30 am at the South Pavilion complex MHS, followed by breakfast in The Unicorn Club. [more information »]
The club can formally seat 96 adults in a number of table configurations. However, when the club is set up for a formal dinner the inside area available for pre-dinner drinks is slightly restricted. The under cover balcony is used frequently in this situation. The ideal number for a formal lunch or dinner is up to 80 people. The club can cope with up to 150+ people in a non-formal setting.