Old Grammarians Society

Attending Melbourne Girls Grammar is the beginning of a lifelong connection to the School and its community.

The Old Grammarians Society was founded in 1904 and today, our alumnae – our Old Grammarians or OGs – can be found in all corners of the world.

The OGs work towards strengthening the connections of the alumnae.  Here to support and encourage, the OGs’ participation is a pathway to continued involvement in our School and a celebration of its future.

If you are an Old Grammarian we invite you to join MGGS Connect to hear about the many opportunities for OGs to stay connected to the School and take part in our social calendar.

Message from the President

For more than 120 years, Melbourne Girls Grammar has educated strong, resilient and talented girls who embody our School’s values.

We are a community brimming with ideas and enthusiasm for our School and its future.

It is an absolute pleasure to serve as President of the Old Grammarians Society and share with you the many programs, events and services that sustain and support the lifelong association between every Old Grammarian and the Melbourne Girls Grammar community.

We’re delighted to be able to share what some of our Old Grammarians have achieved in their life beyond school here.

From the Information Exchange magazine, the MGGS Connect platform and through social media, it has never been easier to stay in touch with the School and build connections with fellow OGs.

As we evolve as a school, it is important to remember the common thread and unwavering network of support we have behind us at MGGS.

Judy Wilkinson (Rutty, 1965)

President, Old Grammarian Society

Young Old Grammarians

Launched in 2012, the Young Old Grammarians (YOGs) is designed to generate ideas and interest through younger OGs.

Young OGs can look forward to a range of social events as well as networking and mentoring opportunities.

If you have any questions or if you are interested in getting involved, contact Lucy Cohen or keep connected via the Young Old Grammarians on Facebook.


We have a number of events scheduled throughout the year and hope you will join us.

Date Event

Friday 3 March

10 Year and 30 Year Reunions

Wednesday 8 March

International Women’s Day Breakfast

Friday 24 March

20 Year and 40 Year Reunions

Wednesday 26 April

Old Grammarians Annual General Meeting

Merton Hall Foundation Annual General Meeting

Wednesday 10 May

DJ Ross Oration

Friday 19 May 

5 Year Reunion (held off-site)

Thursday 25 May

Merton Hall MusicConcert

Saturday 3 June

50 Year Reunion

Saturday 9 September

OG Anniversary Chapel Service, Luncheon and 60 Year Reunion

Invitations for March events have been mailed. If you have not received an invitation please contact Reahn Aitchison on 03 9862 9200. Invitations for the remainder of these events will be sent 4 – 6 weeks prior. For further information please email community@mggs.vic.edu.au

MGGS Connect

Join this vibrant and dynamic online environment and reconnect with hundreds of other OGs today.

Networking is an integral part of our community and MGGS Connect provides our Old Grammarians with unprecedented engagement opportunities:

Find and reminisce with other alumnae, see what they have been up to and stay in touch.

Introduce, employ and offer to act as a mentor.

Leverage your professional network to get introduced to people you should know.

Advance your career through inside connections working in top companies.