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OGA 30 Year Reunion

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The Class of 1988 reunited on Saturday 26th May, starting with a school tour where there was much reminiscing and hilarity. About 30 Old Girtonians came together from near and far, including guests from Sydney and Malaysia. The School Captain (Matt Hunter) and School Dux (Leah Fricke) were both in attendance and were delighted to…

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Careers Event for Year 12

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Year 12 students enjoyed hearing from three Old Girtonians who visited the school on 7th June to share their life and work experiences with soon to graduate students. Students heard from an actor, a lawyer and a community development expert who spoke about their experiences at University, in part time jobs, as volunteers and in their…

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OGA 30 Year Get Together

Old Girtonians

The Class of 1988 reunited on Saturday 26th May, starting with a school tour where there was much reminiscing and hilarity. About 30 Old Girtonians came together from near and far, including guests from Sydney and Malaysia. The School Captain (Matt Hunter) and School Dux (Leah Fricke) were both in attendance and were delighted to…

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Class of 1998 Reunites

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The Class of 1998 had a great time at their 20 year reunion on Saturday night at the Brougham Arms Hotel. Old friendships were rekindled and Girtonians caught up with their teachers, swapping stories from school days. This cohort has gone on to many different career and life paths over the last 20 years, including…

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A Journey from Schoolboy to Stockman

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Callum Olver (2008) is the first to admit that the classroom is not where he felt most comfortable and that he feels much more at home in a saddle. With parents who had grown up on farms, an uncle who was a dairy farmer and another who was a Head Stockman in the 1980’s in…

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