Old Scholars

About the OSA

The Girls' High School (GHS) & St Hilda's Old Scholars Association (OSA) is proud of its 108 year history and membership of over 10,000 women.

Membership

Any person who attended St Hilda's for a minimum of 12 months is entitled to become a Financial Life Member of the GHS & St Hilda's Old Scholars Association upon application.

Scholarships and Awards

One of the OSA’s most important contributions to the School is its scholarship program.  There are two scholarships offered to students each year, namely the OSA Academic Scholarship and the OSA Ammonite Scholarship.  The OSA also offers an OSA Career Development Award to a financial member every year.

Events and Reunions

Events and Reunions are a fantastic opportunity for Old Scholars to come together and reminisce about their time at St Hilda's.

Update your details

Have you changed your contact details lately? If so, please update your details by clicking below to ensure you receive all relevant communications regarding the OSA, reunions, events, news and updates from St Hilda’s.

Mentoring

The OSA facilitates the Mentoring program in which Old Scholars return to School and share their career journey with current students from Years 10 to 12.

Heritage Centre

The Heritage Centre Project was launched in September 2020 and will create a special place that honours the history and the legacy of the school. Situated in Hope Nicholas House, it will be an elegant tribute to the School’s students, staff and principals over 125 years.

OSA News

OSA Connections Newsletter is sent out monthly during term time and includes details of events, invitations to sign up, links to information, news of old scholars and many more OS related matters. We would love to hear from you.

If you are not receiving your OSA Connections Newsletter please contact Lizzie Warburton on oldscholars@sthildas.wa.edu.au or update your details above.

Baptisms and Weddings

Located at our Bay View Campus, our Chapel is a space for the whole School community and is open for prayer and reflection every day during term time.

Anglican services take place regularly for students of all ages, and members of the community are welcome to enquire regarding baptism, marriage, first communion, confirmation and funerals. Old Scholars often assemble here during reunions and it is the focus for prayer and support at times of bereavement.