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We like to stay in touch with our past students and families. Over the past few years past students have become involved in a range of school programs and events such as guest speakers, auctioneers, mentors, actors and of course as parents of the next generation of Hills Grammarians.
Past students are also profiled each year in the school magazine, The Pennant. Each edition profiles past student news from a range alumni groups; family news; births and marriages, travel and career updates. If you are a past student and would like to have your news included in our next edition, please email Liz Pellinkhof.
TOHGA (The Old Hills Grammarian Association) is an online network of past students. Any past students wishing to join TOHGA simply click here and follow the prompts. It is a wonderful way to communicate with other past Hills Grammarians, enter your business details in the Business Directory or to catch up on news. Photo galleries are created on the site for all reunions and footy tipping is proving to be fun and competitive for the more serious tipsters.
All reunions (5 year, 10 year, 20 year, 25 year, 30 year) are organised through the Community Relations Office. If you are interested in finding out more or helping with your year reunion please contact Liz Pellinkhof.
Past students are becoming a vital part of school life in many ways. Australian Business Week in November attracts past students as mentors for Year 10 as they work through a Business Simulation exercise. Several sporting teams are coached and supported by past students with expertise in particular codes. Evening study sessions for Years 10-12 in Nexus (incorporating the Library) sees undergraduate alumni assisting senior students in assignments and study sessions. Past students are often invited into the classroom and special forums as guest and inspirational speakers.
The Next Generation of Hills Grammarians
Over 20 children of past students are currently enrolled from ECEC to Year 10. Children of past students enjoy enrolment preference once their applications are in and they are on the wait list. You can apply online and a tour of the School can also be booked here.
Each year we aim to hold Year Reunions at major milestones; 5, 10, 20, 25 and, in the future perhaps 30 years since graduation.
Early in the year Liz Pellinkhof (Director of Marketing, Community Relations and Enrolments) will contact the year group at their last known email address (please keep your details current on TOHGA) to flag the fact it is their reunion year.
Past students are asked to form a small committee and encourage their year peers to join the reunion.
Please contact Liz Pellinkhof email@example.com if you would like to assist with your year reunion. TOHGA makes contacting everyone so much easier with current details being updated all the time.