While every Old Collegian had a different personal experience when attending PGC/Seymour College, some memories stand out from years spent at the College;
- the educators who influenced their lives;
- the sense of belonging experienced through the Clan system;
- the Black Watch uniform, which continues to be admired by the wider community;
- Sports Day with its Scottish flavour;
- the school psalm and school song, Come Let Us Sing of a School; and
- the beautiful grounds.
Although the College continues to develop and progress, these special qualities and traditions continue to be enjoyed by today's students.
The Presbyterian Girls’ College and Seymour College Old Collegians’ Association Inc. is the link between the College of today and its former students.
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Reunions offer a wonderful opportunity to reconnect with old friends, reminisce and share new stories.
Reunions are organised each year for those alumni who left 5, 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 years ago. These events vary but usually involve the opportunity for Old Collegians to take a tour of their school, followed by tea and coffee, light refreshments and lunch.
The Emerald Reunion, named after the 55th anniversary gemstone, is a special annual event for Old Collegians who left Presbyterian Girls’ College (PGC) 51 or more years ago.
For information about the upcoming reunions, please contact Sally Penn, Director of Enrolments and Community Relations, via email email@example.com or call 08 8303 9000.