Clyde School was a day and boarding school for girls. It opened in Alma Road, East St. Kilda in 1910, when Miss Henderson bought Faireleight. In 1919 the school transferred to Braemar House, Woodend, Victoria. Fifty-seven years later in 1976, it amalgamated with Geelong Church of England Grammar School and The Hermitage at Corio.

The archives of Clyde School (1910-1975) are managed as part of the Geelong Grammar School Archives collection. The collection includes correspondence, meeting minutes, photographs, items of uniform, trophies, The Cluthan magazine and other materials. Research enquiries are welcome and most of the collection is publicly accessible. Enquiries can be made using the Request for Access form or by email. For all other enquiries, including offers of donations to the Archives, please contact Geoffrey Laurenson (Archivist, Geelong Grammar School) by email or on +61 3 52739869.

The Clyde Old Girls Association (COGA) consists of Life and Honorary members, being past students of town and country Clyde School, and members of the school community.

Members please notify the GGS OGG Office of any change of personal details and address, telephone Katie Rafferty, Alumni Manager on tel: (+61) 3 5273 9338


The Clyde Old Girls Association Bursary is awarded to daughters or granddaughters of Clyde Old Girls.

Please contact the Admissions Office at the School for further information.

The Cluthan

Clyde Girls are invited to submit information of their activities over recent years, or news of their fellow Old Girls, for inclusion in The Cluthan before mid July ready for publication in September. We greatly appreciate your making this effort, as will the Old Girls who always enjoy reading it.

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We also ask Clyde Girls to submit information on current activities or news of fellow Old Girls to Margie Gillett (Cordner) by email: or tel:  (+61) 3 5273 9338

Contact COGA

Please refer to COGA Committee tab above or emails may be sent care of the OGG Office.

To update your details, search for classmates, view reunion and event information, book online, join the Mentor Programme and view photos of reunions and branch functions, please visit the GGS Community Portal and click on the Community Connections tab.