Join the growing St Margaret's Old Girls' Network
Friendships made at school are very often those that last a lifetime. Similarly, St Margaret's considers all past students to be valuable, life-long members of the wider school community. The annual events hosted by Old Girls' Association, together with the activities of the school's Development and Community Office provide many opportunities for past students to stay connected and reconnect with the school and each other. Whether it be for a milestone reunion, keeping up to date with the OGA e-newsletter, an annual pilgrimage to the Old Girls' Chapel service, making the most of the broad network of Old Girls by attending the Professional Women's Networking series or participating in mentoring, the past student community engenders a sense of belonging and support that extends well beyond the school gates; in fact, all around the world you will find Old Girls seeking each other out, linked by the unbreakable bond of community. With this in mind, we are excited to launch this new online Old Girls’ Network portal as another way for our past students to connect with one another. You can create your profile and join by clicking the button above.
Per Volar Sunata.
President, St Margaret's Old Girls' Association
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