There is no better expression of the Somerville House sense of community than that seen through our Old Girls’ Association (OGA) and Alumnae networks. Somerville House past students are lifetime alumnae of the school. When a student walks out the gates for the final time, she is able to rely on solid friendships, utilise extraordinary networks and draw on the values and life skills from her days as a 'girl in green'.
The Old Girls’ Association (OGA) was originally formed in 1901 to help generations of former students maintain contact with each other and continue their involvement in the Somerville House community. Today, it is an active organisation that strives to support, celebrate and strengthen relations among Old Girls, students and other members of the Somerville House family. Through networking events, reunions and other engagement opportunities, past students are encouraged to remain connected with each other and the School.