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Boarding

69蹤獲app is an internationally-accredited Anglican day and boarding school for boys from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12. We provide an inspirational education where each boy strives to achieve his personal best and is willing to serve his community as an informed and active citizen; locally, nationally and globally. Hutchins supportive learning community works together to build character in boys.

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Established in 1846, Hutchins is one of Australia’s oldest schools, with a reputation for excellence in educating boys and an outstanding academic record. Hutchins is a founding member of the .

Our main campus is located five kilometres from Hobart’s city centre with expansive grounds overlooking the picturesque River Derwent and kunanyi / Mount Wellington. The School has modern classrooms, state-of-the-art science and computer laboratories, three libraries, a high-speed broadband connection, a Performing Arts Centre, a chapel and a newly redeveloped boarding house. Our extensive sporting facilities include one turf cricket wicket, four turf cricket nets, three playing fields, a gymnasium, one fully-equipped rowing training facility and six tennis courts. The School’s sail training boat, Aurora, is used for outdoor programs on the River Derwent which also forms the backdrop for rowing events.

Hutchins provides the resources, programs and pastoral care systems tailored to the specific needs of boys; implemented, taught and supported by a staff passionate about boys’ education in a safe learning environment and within a culture that promotes a core set of values and a global consciousness. The result is a journey which sees our boys grow into well-educated young men of character, prepared for the future world and willing to participate in it for the good of others.

Burbury House

Our boarders experience a genuine family atmosphere within our spacious state of the art boarding facility that overlooks the River Derwent. Real families and residential tutors who are dedicated to providing a safe, secure and enriching environment surround our boarders.

Students enjoy spacious, attractively furnished rooms, bathrooms, and welcoming leisure areas including a theatre room, games room, kitchen, music room and self-directed learning or problem-based learning spaces. Boarders also have access to the School’s sporting facilities, a gym and a weights room.

Our boarders enjoy a wide range of weekend activities and are provided with many opportunities to enjoy Tasmania’s spectacular scenery and waterways by taking part in outdoor pursuits such as bushwalking, mountain biking and sailing. Sports such as indoor cricket, hockey, soccer, touch football and basketball are on offer as well as embracing our diverse arts and culture scene.

Boarders’ meals are often the envy of day students with our chef catering for all dietary requirements and providing a variety of nutritional and delicious meals.

Boarding provides an opportunity for boys to be mentored and supported in a welcoming and safe environment as they embark on their Hutchins journey – a journey which aims to challenge and develop students both academically and personally into outstanding young men of character. Importantly, they have the chance to share these experiences through the friendships they build – many of which last a lifetime.

Academic support

Hutchins has a proud history of outstanding academic success. Our students consistently rank among the highest academic achievers within the state and nationally and our alumni include 24 Rhodes Scholars.

Boarders receive nightly academic support in addition to after school tutoring opportunities from our academic staff. Personalised programs allow our students to achieve their best.

Further information about Burbury House can be found in our Boarding Snapshot.

Why choose Hutchins?

69蹤獲app offers your son a unique learning experience in an environment and structure specifically designed for boys within a nurturing environment where boys are challenged and supported to be the best they can be.

Student testimonials

“I really appreciate the learning opportunities that come with surrounding myself with high quality students and staff. The environment in boarding is very welcoming and open, allowing me to dive into various opportunities, including music, sport and debating.

I enjoy the time I spend with others here in boarding. The weekend is particularly enjoyable as we have a lovely group of boys that have great connections with one another. The masters on the weekend take the time to get to know you.

I would like to eventually go to university, maybe in Sydney, where my family is living.”

Otto Ford
Trevallyn, Tasmania
Year 9

“To be honest, when parents are choosing a place for their son, they want a school that encourages interaction between local and international boys. This year, we have seen more international boys socialise with local students more than ever before. Even students with lower English skills have worked very hard to overcome language barriers, which has led to better connections and strong communication skills.

I am so thankful for the level of comfort I feel here in the boarding house, and the positive effects on my mental health that this environment has had for me. Here in Tasmania, you feel supported to handle the pressure of school and life. There is always someone here that supports you and listens and values your opinion, even if it sounds silly!

I will likely move to Melbourne after I graduate where I will study a Bachelor of Arts or Psychology at Monash University, with the hope to become a psychologist or an educator.”

Yik To (Benedict) Yuen
Hong Kong
Year 12

“I have felt like there has been a process of personal development that I have undertaken. I feel like I am more open to others and self-dependant. Here, you can experience another level of freedom. The last couple of months have had a lot of positive energy, and a very welcoming spirit.

Developing a really inclusive culture is the goal for a place like Hutchins, and ensuring that students have the maturity to accept everyone, no matter where they are from. Being here definitely brings out my best self and builds great confidence. The world just seems brighter and more colourful down here.

I aspire to attend the University of New South Wales, where I will most likely study Actuary Science.”

Pak Hang (Ryan) Kong
Dural, New South Wales
Year 12

To learn more about the opportunities we provide for boys to become their best, contact our Enrolments Assistant, submit an online Enquiry form or phone 03 6221 4236. We encourage you to book a tour with our Registrar as this is the best way to see our School in action. Read more…