Liverpool Boys High School

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Notable alumni

Notable Alumni


  • Dr Bruce Robinson (attended 1965 - 1970) Started his teaching career at Miller PS. 1974-1989. Assistant Principal  then Deputy Principal in the 1990's at Busby, Lakemba, Guise and Mt. Pritchard. 2000 Head of School ( K-12) at international Schools in India, USA, Vietnam, UAE and presently in Thailand.

Entertainment, Media and the Arts

  • John Paul Young - POP singer


Social Science

  • Jeffrey Hart (attended 1969 - 1974) 1985-1990 Editor of Geography Bulletin GTANSW; 1990- 1993 President Geography Teachers Association NSW

Science and Technology

  • Dr Harry Bergsteiner (attended 1959 - 1962) Dux of School 1962; architect and town planner (Sydney University); Doctor of Philosophy (Macquarie University); Adjunct Prof. (Macq. Uni.); Hon. Prof. (Australian Catholic University); Visiting Professor at universities in Bangkok, Shanghai, Vientiane, Zürich; Founding-Director, Institute for Sustainable Leadership; researcher, author, teacher in the area of management and leadership; businessman and consultant
  • Emeritus Professor Jaan Oitmaa (Dux of School 1960)   former Head of Physics, University of NSW


  • Eric Grothe Snr - (attended 1973-1976) Rugby League player for Parramatta Eels, NSW and Australia.
  • Steve Smith (born 1961) - Australian Cricket Player
  • Geoff Gerard - Rugby League player in the 1970s and 1980s. Played for Parramatta Eels, Manly Sea Eagles, Penrith Panthers, NSW and Australia.
  • Tony Williams - Rugby League Player (Parramatta Eels, Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs, Cronulla Sharks, Manly Sea Eagles), Tonga, NSW and Australia.
  • Mark Bosnich (born 1972) - Socceroo Goal Keeper and currently on FoxSports
  • Jamie Aincough - (born 1972 ) - Rugby League player for Western Suburbs Magpies, Newcastle Knights, St. George Illawarra Dragons, Wigan Warriors, NSW and Australia
  • Col Curran (born 1947) - Socceroo defender
  • Michael Clarke - Australian Cricket Player and former captain of the Australian Team.
  • Graham Murray - Rugby League Player and Coach.



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