Knox Grammar School taken to court by former student over claims lockers left ...

Student at one of Sydney's most prestigious schools sues the $34,000-a-year college after claiming he can't become a doctor because a loose locker once fell on top of him and left him with permanent injuries Spencer Camden Foley filed statement of claim against Knox Grammar School Mr Spencer had been a student at exclusive school between 2012 and 2017 He was in final year when he went into the Year 12 locker room to retrieve items Statement of claim states two peers hit nearby lockers that fell onto Mr Spencer Document contains three pages of injuries and disabilities Mr Spencer lives with 

By Aidan Wondracz For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:51 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 05:59 BST, 4 May 2021

A former student has taken his prestigious school to court over claims his peers struck an unsecured locker before it fell onto him and left him with permanent injuries and the inability to secure a job.

Spencer Camden Foley, 21, filed a statement of claim against Knox Grammar School, in Wahroonga, Sydney's upper north shore, in March 2020.

The document contains more than three pages of injuries and disabilities that Mr Foley claims to have suffered because of the alleged incident, which include a brain haemorrhage, chronic headaches and visual impairment.

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A former student has taken a prestigious school to court over claims his peers struck an unsecured locker before it fell onto him and left him with permanent injuries and the inability to secure a job (pictured, Spencer Camden Foley)

A former student has taken a prestigious school to court over claims his peers struck an unsecured locker before it fell onto him and left him with permanent injuries and the inability to secure a job (pictured, Spencer Camden Foley)

Spencer Camden Foley, 21, filed a statement of claim against Knox Grammar School, in Wahroonga, Sydney's upper north shore, in March 2020

Spencer Camden Foley, 21, filed a statement of claim against Knox Grammar School, in Wahroonga, Sydney's upper north shore, in March 2020

Mr Foley had attended the prestigious school - which demands up to $34,110 a year in fees - between February 2012 and November 2017

Mr Foley had attended the prestigious school - which demands up to $34,110 a year in fees - between February 2012 and November 2017

Mr Foley attended the prestigious school - which demands up to $34,110 a year in fees - between February 2012 and November 2017.  

He was in his final year and completing his Higher School Certificate when he went to retrieve some items from the Year 12 locker room.

Two students then struck a bank of freestanding and unsecured lockers across the corridor before they tipped

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