Many families have attended St Andrew's over the years, all of whom have benefited from the commitment to education and learning ever present at the College. Although our Year 12 students walk out of the College for the last time following the Honouring Service, it doesn't mean the end of their time at St Andrew's.
Upon leaving St Andrew's, our Old Saints automatically join a dedicated Alumni Facebook Group to keep in touch with both their peers and the College. These Alumni groups provide a wonderful insight into where our students and families are in their life journey. The St Andrew's community is a friendship for life and we encourage all our students and families to keep in touch.
If you have any questions about past students or you would like to find out more about the Old Saints program, please contact Mrs Sue Sagar, Head of College Development on 5471 5555 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Old Saints News
Class of 2010 reunion
We shared a wonderful evening when our Class of 2010 returned for their Five Year Reunion. It was great to hear what they have been up to since leaving school, a lot of travel, Uni Degrees in many fields including Science, Business, Architecture, Aviation, Music and more, and some with their own businesses already established. The evening ended with a quick shoot of the basketball in the RGC for old time's sake! Thanks to everyone including current and past staff for taking the time on a rainy night to join us, special mention to Lachlan Ryder who turned up in his St Andrew's Formal Uniform!
St Andrew's Graduate to study at Oxford - Congratulations to Hamish Lemmey, Class of 2010
Since graduating from St Andrew’s Anglican College in 2010, Hamish certainly hasn’t let the grass grow under his feet. During his study at UQ in Biomedical Sciences, Hamish was awarded a scholarship to study at Oxford as part of his honours thesis, “Investigating Novel Calcium Signalling Pathways in the VEGF Response in the Endothelium”.
Hamish must have certainly made an impression as he has now been awarded a scholarship through the British Heart Foundation to complete his PhD in Cardiovascular Science at Oxford University, the first overseas student to be awarded this honour! The Scholarship runs for 4 years commencing this October. While mum, Ros is very proud of her son’s achievement and she will miss him, she looks forward to the excuse to visit the UK more often over the next few years. St Andrew’s Principal Chris Ivey said that “It is always fantastic to see graduates moving into their exciting futures and we look forward to hearing where Hamish’s PhD takes him”.