DHS Old Boys Online was launched in April 2002, to enable former Devonport High School students for Boys, Plymouth, to reunite, reminisce, or just share news and views.
This website is completely independent from the school, and is operated by former DHS students on a non-commercial basis. We hope you enjoy your time here.
Since it was first launched as a discussion forum, DHS Old Boys Online has grown to offer a variety of features. This currently includes
Forums – this is the main area of DHS Old Boys Online, and allows you to share news, views, and memories with other Old Boys. Do you want to talk about life on DHS, or share your opinion about current events, this is the place. So, come and join the discussion now.
Photo Gallery –Browse our extensive photo collection. This includes photos of the school, along with photos of the school team, year group, and photos of the entire school. This gallery also contains a selection of photos taken in and around Plymouth, so Old Boys who now live far from the area can see how the place looks.
As you can see from the menu on the left, DHS Old Boys Online offers a variety of additional features. Please take time to explore this.
As membership increases almost every day, and more photos are added, more memories are shared, and DHS Old Boys Online generally increases, it is important that you check back often.
Next April will mark the 5th anniversary of the DHS Old Boys Online website. It is recommended that we do something to mark the opportunity. The idea put forward is that we hold some form of competition on the website, with a number of prizes up for grabs.
So, we look for two things:
First, do you have suggestions for this type of competition? What kind of competition do you think can be fun and interesting, and will get people involved? Please
Secondly, we are looking for people to contribute appropriate gifts. Maybe you run or work for a company that wants to sponsor a competition? We are not looking for anything too fancy, even though free holiday offers and the like aren’t