We value our alumni and encourage their continuing relationship with the School. When our students graduate, they carry with them their achievements and successes, friendships and memories.

We nurture and strengthen our alumni relationships by facilitating engagement opportunities which support and encourage community engagement.

Newsletter October 2022

Our alumni receive the News from Launceston Grammar annual magazine which features the milestones and highlights of the School year. 

We enjoy celebrating alumni achievements whether professional, leisure or community focused and encourage our alumni to share their news with us. We invite alumni to keep an eye on our Facebook and LinkedIn pages and calendar of events

For more information on alumni events and reunions please contact our Head of Marketing, Tamara Clark on + 61 3 6336 6000 or


Alumni Associations

This prestigious community consists of many extraordinary and accomplished Launceston Church Grammar School and Broadland House School for Girls Alumni worldwide.

Each Launceston Grammar and Broadland House student is forever connected by their shared school journey and experiences:

  • Being part of the Launceston Grammar Alumni community presents you with the opportunity to access the vast network of your fellow alumni from around the world
  • Build your career connections
  • Share your skills
  • Find friends old and new
  • Join special events
  • Remain connected to Launceston Church Grammar School.

Launceston Grammar and Broadland Alumni outreach and engagement initiatives are driven primarily through the Community Engagement Office.

To find out more please get in touch

Old Launcestonians' Association (OLA)

The objects of the Association are to support and promote the interests and welfare of the Launceston Church Grammar School to promote and encourage a sense of community and fellowship among former students and staff and to provide and maintain a connection between them and the School.

Old Launcestonians’ Association Committee Members:

  • Ewan Crawford
Office Bearers:
  • President – Will Green
  • Vice Presidents – Georgie Eastaugh and Eliza Jones
  • Honorary Secretary – Fleur Castle
  • Treasurer – Charles Henty
  • A/Headmaster – Nicholas Foster
  • Immediate Past President – Simon Wood
Commitee Members:
  • Bridget Dunn
  • Tom Diprose
  • Melissa Freeland
  • Kathryn Millar
  • Ingrid Morrison
  • Deb Stewart
  • Hamish Wallace
  • Fiona Woolcock
  • Claire Gregg
  • Tom Dowling

OLA Constitution


For more information please refer to the OLA page of the School’s website

Download a copy of the Board Appointment Policy.

Broadland House Old Girls Association (BHOGA)

Broadland House Old Girls’ Association is a group of committed past scholars of the Broadland House School for Girls which amalgamated with the Launceston Church Grammar School in 1982.

  • Ann Fysh
Office Bearers:
  • President: Rosemary Stobart (Willis)
  • Vice President 1: Liz Colman (Henderson)
  • Vice President 2: Di Mackinnon (Roberts)
  • Secretary: Judith Reid (McFarlane)
  • Treasurer: Vivienne Locke (Tilley)
  • Immediate Past President: Dona Bradley (Drake)
Committee Members:
  • Mrs Jenni Bell (Rowell)
  • Sharon Carswell (Bracken)
  • Jenny Gill
  • Pat Harthen (Bailey)
  • Rosemary Hirst (Page)
  • Mardi Hogarth (Frost)
  • Heather Ranson (Lowe)
  • Gaile Stebbeings (Walkem)
Contact Point: 
Mrs Rosemary Stobart
Memorabilia Room:

The Broadland Archives on the Junior Campus contains a collection which is historically paramount for the school and the greater Launceston community. The collection is open to past students and historians.

Stories, photos and/or a donation of objects from your years at Broadland are very welcome and would be included in the collection located at the Junior Campus. These items and photos are important pieces of our School’s history and we do not want to lose these.
Click HERE to visit the Broadland Website for additional information.

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National Redress Scheme

Launceston Church Grammar School has entered the National Redress Scheme as part of our approach to providing acknowledgement and support to people who experienced child sexual abuse.