Old Girls' Association

EHS has a thriving Old Girls' Association of which girls become a member when they leave School. With a membership of over 3,500 which extends through Europe, Canada, the US and Australia, the Association takes seriously its role of communicating with and serving the Old Girls by arranging reunions, opportunities to visit the School and organising prestigious events.

We have recently introduced a termly e-newsletter called 'Old Girls Reunited' to which you can sign up here. The newsletter gives alerts as to forthcoming events, requests for information and small doses of nostalgia!

Girls attending Edgbaston High are invited to become life members of the OGA by paying a small fee each academic year. Life Membership is then taken up when the pupil leaves at the end of Sixth Form. Ex-pupils of the School who left before this system of membership began or who elected not to participate in the scheme are warmly invited to join us. To become a member please contact the OGA at ku/oc/hgihnotsabgde//slrigdlo

Life Membership privileges include an annual magazine, a complimentary copy of the annual School Magazine and access to other Old Girls' contact details (if permission has been granted by the member). Many former members of staff are staunch supporters of the OGA and reunions are a wonderful opportunity to bring generations of EHS teachers and girls together.



Old Girls' Association Headlines

Last Bell For Class of '66

Dear Class of ’66, 25 Old Girls plan to attend the 50 Year Reunion taking place in School on Saturday 23 April 2016. It promises to be an excellent day...

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Magazine celebrates pupils past and present

Look out for February’s edition of Birmingham Living magazine as it features one of our current pupils and an Old Girl, Helen George, of ‘Call the Midwife’...

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An Old Girl at the Conservative Conference

Rhianna Voice is enjoying a Gap Year and spent some time recently at the Conservative Party 2015 Conference. Rhianna who studied A Level History, Latin and...

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