The Old Geelong Grammarians Association

Established in 1900, the Old Geelong Grammarians Association was formed with the prime purposes to promote the welfare of Geelong Grammar School and to unite former students of the School, Glamorgan, The Hermitage and Clyde school.

The Association is steered by a Committee of thirteen including the OGG President, Vice President, Treasurer and Honorary Secretary, Katie Rafferty (Spry, Ga'84). Katie is also the Alumni Manager at Geelong Grammar School.

The Old Geelong Grammarians have established Branches throughout Australia and overseas. Each of these Branches is headed by a Branch President who works with a small committee to organise at least one social function every year in their region.

Sport and Leisure Clubs exist for Old Geelong Grammarians. Not run by the OGG Association, these Clubs operate individually but are supported by the OGG Association as their purpose is to engage and unite past students of the School.

A number of Reunions and Events are run each year for Old Geelong Grammarians.

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Recently, the OGG Association published Light Blue Generations, A History of The Old Geelong Grammarians. Filled with archival images spanning the years 1900 to 2013, the book tells the story of the Association and how it has maintained the connections between past pupils and the School and between past pupils and one another. Each Chapter also has a timeline that illustrates the history and development of Geelong Grammar School.  View a sample Chapter of the book and order your copy today.


For more information or to contact the Old Geelong Grammarians Association:

Katie Rafferty (Spry, Ga'84), Alumni Manager, Geelong Grammar School 

Tel: +61 3 5273 9338