Established in 1925, the St Mary's Old Girls' Association fosters fellowship amongst former students and encourages Old Girls to maintain their links with the school. The OGA also financially supports many of the school's building programmes, offers Scholarships and Bursaries to the daughters or granddaughters of members and is a Trustee of the St Mary's Anglican Girls' School Foundation.

As long as we have an up-to-date address every Old Girl will receive a copy of Fideliter magazine which contains news of former students and events and reunions. Old Girls can also keep in touch via the OGA E-news which is emailed termly to Old Girls who have provided their email address.

Former students of St Mary's are invited to join the Association as Life Members. Since 1996, the St Mary's Anglican Girls' School Foundation has joined each Year 12 girl as a Life Member of the Association. At their annual Valedictory Dinner each Year 12 Leaver receives her membership badge and certificate and is formally welcomed to the OGA.

The close ties Old Girls have with one another and St Mary's are reflected in their active participation in many of the school's activities. Old Girls return to teach at St Mary's, assist with coaching sporting teams, as tutors and guest speakers, and as guests at many of the functions held each year. Find out how you can get involved.

For more information about the Old Girls' Association please contact us.