The Old Girls’ Guild was founded in 1903 to link past and present pupils of St Anne’s and unite them in the common goal of enabling the highest welfare of the College.
Well over a century later, St Anne’s still enjoys the support of a strong and active Old Girls’ Guild. The Guild has been invaluable in raising funds for facility enhancement and financial assistance that helps daughters of Old Girls to attend the school.
An annual reunion takes place on Old Girls’ Day, which is traditionally held on the first Saturday of June.
The Old Girls' Guild is actively involved in the promotion and development of the College, and is a wonderful way for past pupils to remain engaged with their alma mater in a meaningful way. The administration of the Old Girls' Guild is governed by its Constitution.
An AGM of the Guild is held annually at St Anne's on Old Girls' Day, which usually takes place on the first Saturday in June.
Should you wish to add a codicil to your will in favour of St Anne’s College Old Girls’ Guild or to make a donation (no matter how big or small), please contact the Old Girls’ Liaison for help in managing this process and claiming the relevant tax deduction.
Your financial generosity will make a tangible difference in the lives of the girls who are afforded the opportunity to attend St Anne's.
Our St Anne’s Old Girls are a talented and entrepreneurial group of women, having set up businesses across practically all market sectors, both locally and on an international scale. Please consider supporting your fellow St Anne’s Old Girls by exploring the businesses listed in this directory.
The St Anne’s Old Girls’ Guild is committed to helping daughters of Old Girls attend St Anne’s. The Guild also makes financial contributions to enhance other aspects of daily College life.
Bringing Old Girls together to reconnect and reminiscence.
Our Old Girls are an integral part of the St Anne's community. Please help us keep in touch.
Awarded once a year, the St Anne Award gives special recognition to an Old Girl who has shown dedicated service to her community, going above and beyond the call of duty for no financial gain; someone who has embodied our value of 'Reaching Out' with compassion, humility and service.
United by a shared history, the St Anne's Old Girls' community is alive with news, and personal and professional success stories.