Welcome to the Past Students’ Association.
The Past Students’ Association (PSA) was set up after the 75th anniversary of the College in 2003, in response to the interest from past students for activities run that year.
The PSA now hosts a reunion once a year for those year levels celebrating significant anniversaries in recognition of how important reunions are in fostering connections with our past student community. On significant anniversaries for the College, all past staff and students are invited to attend a combined anniversary celebration. For the 90th anniversary in 2018, we welcomed over 650 past students and staff back to the College to celebrate. Rest assured, the centenary in 2028 will be something to look forward to!
This year's reunion was held on 22 May and combined year levels from the '0s' and '1s'. It was a wonderful occasion providing an opportunity for past students to return to the College and reminisce about their days at school. Past students who attended the reunion particularly enjoyed being given a tour of the College with many remarking on the number of positive changes to the buildings and grounds.
We cannot wait to do it all again in 2022. A date for the 2022 Reunion will be published on our website towards the end of this year as well as in the Spring Edition of Sionians, so stay tuned!
There is a Past Student magazine, Sionians (see below for previous editions), that is posted or emailed to those on our database twice annually. If you do not currently receive the magazine and would like to, or need to update your details, please email email@example.com.
Finally, the Our Lady of Sion College Past Students’ Association Facebook page is regularly updated with photos from the archives. Like the page to keep in contact and reminisce on a regular basis.
We are looking forward to seeing you at one of our events this year!
The Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame de Sion, known in Australia as Sisters of Our Lady of Sion, are actively committed to recognising, safeguarding and upholding the dignity and rights of all children and vulnerable adults. The Sisters have also prepared a Statement informing our community that they have created policies and procedures to help care and protect both vulnerable children and adults. If past students would like to read this Statement, please click here.
If you are a Past Student of Our Lady of Sion College and would like to update your details or just send us a message, please complete and submit the form below.