Old Boys Association

The St Edmund’s College Old Boys Association was founded to support the College and help past students stay in contact.

The aims of the Association are to:

  • promote a bond of friendship between Old Boys
  • promote the interests of the College

The names and details (where available) of all students who have passed through the College since its foundation in 1892 are recorded by the College.

A regular newsletter as a vehicle of informing Old Boys is available.

Past and present parents are encouraged to participate in the Old Boys Association program.

We are aiming to grow our Old Boys Database to keep in contact with everyone. If you are an Old Boy of the College, please fill out the form below. Please note: The Old Boys Membership Form (found at the end of the page) is still required to be a financial member of the Association.

Old Boys Payments

Payments relevant for any Old Boys activity can now be made online by clicking on the PayPal button below. Payment can be made via MasterCard, Visa, or your PayPal account. Please include a relevant reference for your payment.


Old Boys Association Membership Form

Please complete the form below to join the Old Boys Association.

Membership payment must be received to process membership form.

e.g 'QLD'
Which generation of your family are you to attend the College? - e.g. 'First', 'Second', 'Third', etc.
e.g. 'College Captain', 'Dux', '1st XI Cricket', etc.
e.g. Senior Certificate, Trade Certificate, Bachelors Degree, etc.
e.g. DSM (Distinguished Service Medal), OAM (Medal of the Order of Australia), etc.
Are you interested in being contacted by the College about mentoring current students?
Do you know anyone else who might be interested in joining the Old Boys Association? If so, please provide their name and contact details in the space below.
Fields with a * are required

CONFIDENTIALITY: The details provided on the form above are confidential and will not be shared with any third party. Contact details will only be used to share relevant information about the Old Boys Association and the College.