The Mentone Girls' Grammar School Old Girls' Club (OGC) connects over 7,000 remarkable women in more than 50 countries. The aim of the club is to foster a sense of community, maintaining life-long contact with peers and the School, and to provide 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 the Club, 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 Mrs Keli David, Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual General Meeting - All Old Girls Welcome!
Rose 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 below or contact our Alumnae Co-ordinator.
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 honour Old Girls who are recognised for excellence in their field and we induct them into our Remarkable Women Hall of Fame. Click the button below to read the highlights of our wonderful 2016 Remarkable Women event with special guest speaker, Natalie Bassingthwaighte.