St George's Old Girls Association ( OGA)

Old Girls Association (OGA)

The St George's Old Girls Association was founded in 1893. 

St George's alumnae live all over the world - many of course, still in the United Kingdom, but substantial numbers in other parts of Europe, on the North-American Continent, in China and in Australasia. 

Our aim is to keep Old Girls in touch with one another and with the school by various means:

  • The annual magazine "The OGA" sent out to all members of the OGA. It contains news of reunions, achievements of Old Girls and their families, articles relating to aspects of St George's history and, of course, "hatches, matches and despatches" - all lavishly illustrated and full of interesting information.
  •  If you would like to submit an article or any news on yourself please send these to this e-mail address: Alternatively you can post items to: The Alumnae Office. Please  let us know if we have your permission to add your news item to the school's website, or if it is just for the newsletter.  
  • A Summer Lunch, held at School, usually in June and with an OG guest speaker.
  • London reunions for OGs
  • Regular class reunions 

 Are you on our Old Girls database? Complete our short Old Girls contact form