Whatever their destination, we aim to equip our students as confident young people with a strong work ethic, a love of learning and a sense of social justice. Approximately 85% of our graduates move into university studies locally and overseas the year following school graduation. Some choose to take a gap year; others attend TAFE and private colleges or enter the work force.
We foster a community which our students are proud to be engaged with, long after they have left. Past students join TOHGA (The Old Hills Grammarian Association) Alumni Network to stay in touch. It is a wonderful way to communicate with other past Hills Grammarians, join the Hills Grammar community Business Directory or to catch up on news. Photo galleries are created on the site for all reunions and a variety of tipping competitions are proving to be fun and competitive for the more serious tipsters.
Reunions are just one way graduates are involved in our community. Many return to Hills Grammar as mentors, guest speakers, staff and coaches and of course as the parents of a new generation of ‘Hills Grammarians’.
Each year at the Presentation of Awards the School honours a past student with the Hills Original Alumni Award, acknowledging a ‘Hills’ alumnus who has gone on to achieve extraordinary personal and professional success in their field of endeavour.
2022 Adrian Cunningham, Class of 1994
2022 Van-Anh Nguyen, Class of 2004
2021 Rashmi Chary, Class of 2009
2020 James Dive, Class of 1996
2019 Rebecca James, Class of 1992
2018 Dr Amelia Hynen, Class of 2008
2017 Delta Goodrem, Class of 2002
2016 Robert Ovadia, Class of 1990
2015 Joel Edgerton, Class of 1991