The Mentone Girls' Grammar Alumnae, Old Girls' Club (OGC), connects over 7,000 remarkable women in more than 50 countries. The Club fosters a sense of community, maintaining life-long contact with peers and the School, provides ongoing support for the School. Every student (Junior or Senior) automatically becomes a member of the OGC on leaving the School and remains a member for life. You can enjoy many benefits as a member of our Alumnae, including:
- Come to an event – learn new skills, see a film, hear an inspiring speaker, or attend our major reunion event.
- Read the news – Keep up to date with all things Mentone though the annual well RED Magazine.
- Join an activity group - Sing with the Old Collegians' Choir. Play tennis or golf. Or start a new group for your favourite activity.
- Contribute financially – Provide support to the Mentone Girls' Grammar School Foundation and Scholarship Program through a financial contribution or bequest.
- Share your resources – Offer careers advice or work experience to current students, or network across various professions.
- Lead by example – Share your ideas for new OGC activities, organise an event, or serve as a contact person for your Year group. Make your organisation dynamic – get involved!
If you have any questions, please contact Alumnae Coordinator, Debra Campion on email@example.com or 03 9581 1200.
Annual General Meeting - All Past Students Welcome!
Monday 23 April 2018, 6.30pmRose Function Room, Mentone Girls' Grammar School
(Entrance via Gate D and Prudence Lewty Hall/Bay Cafe entrance)
The Old Girls’ Club is also seeking new committee members to join the small group of dynamic and passionate women. Please download a nomination form on the right or contact our Alumnae Co-ordinator, Debra Campion.
Remarkable Women Hall of Fame
Mentone Girls’ Grammar School is proud to recognise the outstanding achievements and contributions of our Old Girls. Every two years, we hold a spectacular event to induct a selection of those, who are recognised for excellence in their field, into our Remarkable Women Hall of Fame.