The Ballarat and Queen’s Old Grammarians’ Association embraces past students from Queen’s College, Ballarat Grammar School, Queen’s Church of England Girls Grammar School, Church of England Grammar School, and Ballarat and Queen’s Anglican Grammar School.
Our network of more than 11,000 Old Grammarians are spread across the globe. The Old Grammarian community connects you with many opportunities and a network of people across various fields and professions who hold shared values and aspirations.
Reunions and events
Our Old Grammarians are invited to attend our school events such as gatherings, performances, career and sporting events, and other events held throughout the year.
We extend a warm welcome for you to attend your peer year reunions – we hold two-year and five-year reunions, a Gala Reunion (10, 20, 30 & 40 years), and our 50 + Luncheon. Reunions are a great opportunity to reconnect, reminisce and enjoy the company of old friends.
It is our aim to involve as many of your peer year (the year you completed/would have completed year 12) as possible, including those who may have left at other times but identify best with this year group.
To ensure you receive invitations to relevant events, please update your contact details via our alumni update your details form.
Ballarat and Queen’s Old Grammarians’ Association
Ballarat Grammar alumni can gain a lifetime membership to the Ballarat and Queen’s Old Grammarian’s Association to continue the strong connection with the school community.
The Association was formed in 1974, shortly after the amalgamation of Queen’s Church of England Girls Grammar School and Ballarat Grammar School to form Ballarat and Queen’s Anglican Grammar School. The BQOGA Committee keeps the vast network of friends, business contacts and mentors connected through various events each year.
To become a member of the Association, or to express your interest in becoming a member of the Association’s Committee, please complete the alumni update your details form. If you are unsure if you are a member, or for any BQOGA enquiries, please contact our Alumni and Community Engagement Coordinator, Gemma Kelly by phone: +61 3 5338 0950.
Old Grammarians’ Career Mentoring Program
The Ballarat and Queen’s Old Grammarians’ Career Mentoring Program is designed to support young Old Grammarians who are in the first 5-10 years of their careers. Through the program, young Old Grammarians will be matched with an experienced Old Grammarian mentor.
Old Grammarians’ news
We love hearing news from our Old Grammarians. To share your story or if you know an Old Grammarian who has an interesting career or achievement, you can complete our alumni update your details form, in particular the news section. We look forward to hearing from you!