Our centenary was celebrated throughout the year with a number of events. These are highlighted below. Our celebrations culminated with our Centenary Presentation Day held at Sydney Town Hall on Wednesday 14th December
Ms Pauline Curby was commissioned to write Independent Minds commemorating the centenary of St George Girls High School. Former teacher Pauline Curby has worked as a freelance professional historian since the early 1990s and has undertaken consultancies in oral history, environmental history and heritage, as well as writing a number of commissioned histories. Her publication Randwick won the NSW Premier’s Award (Regional and Community History), 2010.
This lively, well illustrated centenary book reflecting the ethos of the school has been published by NewSouth Publishing and was officially launched at our Centenary Gala Dinner on 11th November 2016. The cost of this book is $50.00. To secure your copy of the centenary book please download the form and email or mail it to St George Girls High School. Alternatively, you can call in to the Finance Office at school and purchase the book. Order Form - Independent Minds by Pauline Curby
Centenary Labyrinth and Official Opening
Our Centenary Labyrinth was officially opened on Thursday 8th September at 12.30pm. The labyrinth has been created in the grounds in the front of the school near the library. It incorporates engraved pavers, where students, families, ex-students and staff can leave their mark and memories. To ensure your name and memories are forever part of our school, purchase an engraved individual or double paver. If you have any enquiries about the pavers please contact the school office. As orders are received they will be included in the Labyrinth.
Our Open Day was very successful with over three hundred guests attending this event to showcase the school as it is today and to celebrate with all community members its rich and vibrant history.
Centenary Family Dinner - Saturday 4th June
SGGHS Mothers' Committee, the P&C and the Prefect Body celebrated 100 years of our school with a Centenary Masquerade Dinner on Saturday 4th June. This was a very successful event with over 200 people attending.
Many of our archives were on display in the library during our Open Day. If you are an ex-student or have access to photos and documents that are relevant to the history of our school and you would like to share these please contact the school. Please visit the Contact Us Page.