Presbyterian Girls’ College and Seymour College Old Collegians’ Association Inc.
The Presbyterian Girls’ College and Seymour College Old Collegians’ Association Inc. is the link between the College of today and its former students. The Association plays an important role in the continuing development of the College as members continue to demonstrate their support of the College.
While every Old Collegian has a different personal experience when attending PGC/Seymour College, some things stand out in the memory of years spent at the College:
- the importance of a good education under the guidance of staff who as educators influenced their lives;
- the traditional aspects of the College - 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.
While the College continues to develop and progress, these special qualities and traditions still continue to be enjoyed by today's students, including the daughters, granddaughters and great-granddaughters of Old Collegians.
Today, the Old Collegians' Association offers a variety of events and activities for its members, to encourage active participation, while retaining the important traditions and ensuring the relevance of the organisation to members today.
Keeping in touch
We'd like to keep you up to date with events and functions, so please provide us with your current contact details by contacting Vanessa Edwards from the Advancement Office on 08 8303 9081 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracye Koerner ('77)