Since its formation in 1918, the Glennie Old Girls’ Association Inc. (GOGA) has been an integral part of the Glennie community.
GOGA aims to keep Glennie Old Girls in touch with each other, to bind them in loyalty and common interest in the welfare of The Glennie School, to keep alive its high aims and ideals and where possible, to contribute to the School through the provision of scholarships and philanthropic contributions.
Glennie Old Girls are found all around the world, having accomplished a whole host of interesting achievements following their time as students of The Glennie School.
Each year, GOGA members are invited to events and are kept up to date with GOGA and School happenings through the Association’s newsletter 'Notes and News' and the GOGA Facebook page.
Each year in August, the GOGA reunion weekend is held as part of the School’s Founder's Day celebrations. All past Glennie students are invited to attend the celebrations and catch-up with fellow Old Girls from across the years. Reunion weekend is also the perfect opportunity to attend a class reunion.
Not everyone can travel to Glennie for a reunion. That’s why we have special luncheons at various locations around Australia. You can reunite with other Old Girls at the Brisbane High Tea, the Sunshine Coast Luncheon or the Sydney Reunion.
Glennie Old Girls love to keep in touch but from time to time we lose contact with our alumni. Let GOGA know where you are and what you have been up to since leaving school by completing the GOGA Update Form.
Before submitting your contact details, please read the Alumni data collection notice.
Funds raised by The Glennie Old Girls’ Association directly support girls who may not otherwise have access to a Glennie education through the GOGA Scholarship program.
GOGA Scholarship applicants are required to show a previous family connection with The Glennie School and are also required to sit the School’s scholarship test.
For more information, visit our Scholarships page.
Donations towards the GOGA Scholarship program are gratefully accepted and can be arranged by contacting the GOGA Treasurer.
The Glennie Archive preserves The Glennie School’s rich history and can be visited by appointment.
The collection comprises fascinating items that document this history, such as photographs, documents, publications, and memorabilia.
Many visitors find information about family members who were Glennie Old Girls in the Archive. The collection also plays an important role in providing current students and teachers with resources that complement the curriculum.
Donations towards the Glennie Archive are gratefully accepted and can be arranged by contacting the GOGA Treasurer.
2019 GOGA Committee Members
Linda Lester (nee White, class of 1987)
Maree Parsons (nee McDonald, class of 1996)
Melanie Reimann (nee Lewis, class of 1998)
Notes & News Editor
Rosemary Ogg (class of 1984)
Joan Kelly (nee Loxton, class of 1966)
Judy McWilliam (nee Parkinson, class of 1966)
Christina Drysdale (nee Hansen, class of 1996)
For more information about GOGA, contact:
Glennie Old Girls' Association
The Glennie School
A: 246a Herries Street, Toowoomba Qld 4350