Hurstville City Library often plays host to secondary school kids who are participating in work experience. As part of his five days here, Kevin Qiao wrote this blog entry detailing the Centenary of Sydney Technical High School..
Sydney Tech was founded in 1911 and has undergone many changes, including fifteen years in Sydney Technical College in Ultimo, thirty years in Albion Street, Paddington, and fifty-five years at the present site in Forest Road, Bexley. This year celebrates the centenary of Sydney Tech and will be held on Friday 1st April, Saturday 2nd April, Monday 4th April and Friday 8th April for ex-students, staff members and special guests (Visit http://www.sths.nsw.edu.au/downloads/centenary.pdf for more information). There are also events held for students (students log onto the school intranet and click ‘Centenary News’ in the top left corner)
A book of the school history, “The Story and Times of Sydney Technical High School” by J.F.Morrison is for sale for $110. (Visit http://www.sths.nsw.edu.au/downloads/centenary.pdf for more information - LIMITED COPIES).