Old Collegians 

The PGC and Seymour College Old Collegians’ Association is the link between the College of today and our former students. 

What it means to be an Old Collegian

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 and its Scottish traditions;
  • the School Psalm and School Song;
  • the beautiful grounds.

Although the College continues to develop and progress, these special qualities and traditions continue to be enjoyed by today’s students.

Publications

The annual magazine of PGC/Seymour, the Black Watch is a much loved publication.

To read issues of Black Watch magazine from 1922 to 1990, please click below.

Songs of Seymour

Take a trip down memory lane

Enjoy the songs and music that makes us who we are.

OCA Sports Clubs

Seymour Old Collegians’ Netball (SOCN)

The Seymour Old Collegians’ netball teams play in the Eastern Districts Netball Association Senior Winter Competition on Monday evenings in Campbelltown – enduring the winter weather playing outside, rain, hail or shine! The winter netball season runs from early May to finals played in September. We also enter teams in summer netball competitions, pending interest.

We are a social club and aim to provide an inclusive and welcoming space for girls to return to, or continue playing and enjoying netball. To stay up to date with our netball results, social events and activities, please follow us on Instagram @seymourocnetball or Facebook Seymour Old Collegians Netball.

Please direct all enquires to play to seymourocn@gmail.com or through direct message on our social media channels.

Seymour Old Collegians’ Tennis (SOCT)

Tennis is a co-curricular sport for which Seymour is highly regarded and it can become a life-long passion. Kudos to the strong and passionate collective of Seymour sportswomen who share a love of the game – our Old Collegians’ tennis team are looking for you!

Commencing Saturday October 15, the summer season matches will be played on Saturdays at 1.00pm, with our home courts being at Seymour. During the week we will also have a hit but the time and day will be confirmed depending on when everyone is free. We would love to hear from anyone interested in joining the team, so please message us via Instagram at @seymouroctennis or email Emily Goold at emilyg@camco.com.au and be part of the future of Seymour Old Collegians’ tennis!

Seymour Old Collegians’ Soccer (SOCN)

Seymour Old Collegians’ Soccer, more affectionately known as ‘SOCS’, is a unique team established in 2010 competing within the Football South Australia Divisions. In all respects, SOCS is a player driven club empowering women with the aid of qualified coaching staff.

SOCS is an inclusive team which encourages women to participate in soccer and we warmly welcome Old Collegians and friends of the College to join today. We foster an environment where players, volunteers and supporters can share the joys of competitive sport in a fun and social setting. SOCS train and play their home matches on the beautiful Mitchell Oval at Seymour College. Currently, we train once a week on a Wednesday evening.

SOCS has been very successful. Since our inception in 2010 we are proud to have won:

  • 2010 Division 5 Premiership Winner
  • 2012 Collegiate League Premiership Winners
  • 2014 Collegiate League Premiership Winners
  • 2015 Division 4/5/Collegiate Cup Winner
  • 2016 Collegiate League Premiership Winners

The Alma Tavern is our major sponsor. This provides the Club with a great meeting place where the team can socialise off the sporting field. We hold numerous functions at The Alma throughout the year culminating in a formal end of year presentation night to recognise the players’ efforts during the season.

We encourage past students and friends of Seymour to join SOCS today – everyone is welcome!

View our website for more details

2022 OCA Committee

Committee Executive for 2022

President: Angela Basedow (Wilson ’80)
Vice-President: Michaela Olsson (’11)
Secretary: Kelly Williamson (’11)
Assistant Secretary: Grace Langley (’16)
Treasurer: Nicola Frazer (’85)

Committee members

Samantha Allan (Stewart-Rattray, ’85)
Amy Coventry (Miles, ’89)
Alexandra Green (’10)
Pat Halloran (Pike, ’50)
Miranda Hodge (’90)
Isabela Klemich (’09)
Meredith McAvaney (Pearce, ’77)
Eliza Montgomery (’20)
Margie Pointon (Wait, ’77)
Louisa Stuart (’10)
Anthea Wallace (Pazios, ’08)
Catherine Walsh (’96)
By invitation: Sessy Walker (’21)

Update your details

All Old Collegians are automatically members of the Old Collegians’ Association.

We would like to keep you informed about reunions, events and publications.

Please provide or update any relevant information at the Old Collegians’ contact page.