Hale School welcomes new principal to helm

Hale School welcomes new principal to helm

WA’s oldest boy’s school, Hale School welcomed new headmaster Dean Dell’Oro on Friday.

Hale School, which was founded in 1858 by the first Anglican Bishop of Perth, will conduct a traditional Anglican ceremony that will be witnessed by the school’s 1500 students, staff and invited guests this morning.

Hale School Board of Governors chairman John Birman said he was confident about the future of the school.

“Hale School has undergone and witnessed great change and it will continue to do so,” Mr Birman said.

“The school has at its core a defining commitment to producing outstanding young citizens and we are excited about Hale’s future under its next Headmaster.

“We congratulate Mr Dell’Oro on his appointment to Hale School and welcome him and his family.”

Former principal Stuart Meade stepped down at the end of last year after 14 years at the helm.

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