Commemoration - Saturday May 18
9am to 10am: TSHS’s first home on the corner of Margaret and Hume Streets opens for visitors to walk through and reminisce.
10am to 10.30am: TSHS Mt Lofty campus opens. Visitors are welcome to wander around the school at their leisure, and view memorabilia on display inside the Assembly Hall. Don’t forget to sign our Centenary Celebrations Visitors Book and you can also pop into the photo booth while you are in the Hall to have your Centenary photo taken! As you walk around the school you will be able to meet and chat with current students and teachers in various classrooms that will be open showcasing student’s work. A variety of food options will be on offer for purchase down on the village green and in the Multi-Purpose Centre. For the younger children we have face painters and a jumping castle to keep them entertained.
10.30am: Centenary Courtyard Official Opening Principal Tony Kennedy will open our Centenary Courtyard with a feature stone and engraved pavers which mark and pay respect to the 100 years of TSHS. The first round of pavers that were pre-purchased are already set in their place but we are offering a second round for people who wish to have their names added to the Courtyard. Orders will be taken on the day for the 2nd round of Pavers at the P&C booth inside the Hall where you can also purchase Centenary souvenirs. Of course both the pavers and souvenirs can be pre-ordered through this website if you wish to get in early to secure yours.
12.30pm: Centenary Commemorative Ceremony in the Multi-Purpose Centre
1.15pm to 2.00pm : Final opportunity to wander around the school. Rooms will be locked again at 2:00 pm
******* PARKING is available at 2 locations.
Stuart Street Oval. Enter via the Chilcote Street gate and follow directions from parking staff.
Soccer Oval. Enter via the Jellicoe Street gate and follow directions from the parking staff.
An official program of the Centenary Commemoration will be available on the day. The program will also have a map of the school which will indicate key areas open for viewing. Food, entertainment and toilet facilities are also indicated on the map.