There is one thread that binds us all; a thread of gold and blue.

The St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association (SCOGA) is committed to fostering friendships and providing opportunities for engagement among our broad membership of over 7,000 past students. Working to support past students and the School, our activities include:

  • Reunion Programs
  • Women in Industry Networking Events and Mentoring
  • Sporting Clubs
  • Financial support for School building works, fellowships and awards to students
  • Representation on School Council and committees
  • Pastoral care
  • Donations to charities

SCOGA Events
View all our upcoming SCOGA Reunions and activities.

SCOGA Networking
View all our upcoming SCOGA Networking and Industry Events

SCOGA Fellowship

The St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association (SCOGA) is excited to open applications for the SCOGA Fellowship 2019 on Monday 15 July. This Fellowship has been established to strengthen the aim of SCOGA which is to support the professional development of Old Girls and to positively impact our community.

This Fellowship offers a financial contribution of up to $5,000 towards further study, a project and/or related travel that will fulfill the purpose of the Fellowship.

SCOGA eBulletin

SCOGA eNews Winter 2019

SCOGA eNews Autumn 2019

SCOGA eNews Spring 2018

SCOGA eNews Winter 2018

SCOGA eNews Autumn 2018

2018 Biennial Lunch Wrap

Welcome to 2018 from SCOGA President, Mrs Chrissy Ryan (Graham ’79)

SCOGA Bulletin
Keep up to date with all the latest news

2019 issues
2018 issues
2017 issues
2016 issues
2015 issues

Stay Connected
Stay connected through our closed group page on LinkedIn.
Update your LinkedIn Profile under your Education section so that you can be officially recognised as an ‘Alumnae’ of St Catherine’s with the School crest.

Recognise amazing achievements
The Nil Magnum Nisi Bonum (NMNB) project embraces the motto and recognises some of the amazing achievements of past students of the School. The list includes women from Academia, the Arts, Philanthropy, Medicine, Law, Business, Entrepreneurship and Sport.


Chrissy Ryan (Graham ’79)
Phoebe Norman (Olsen ’95)