Every Old Girl automatically becomes a member of the Old Girls' Association when they leave the Girls' Division in Year 13. Through this membership, Alumnae can remain connected with their classmates, the wider Old Girl community and with the School. 

Many Old Girls generously give their time to talk to current pupils about their careers and experiences since leaving the Girls' Division. These stories of Old Girls' life journeys continue to inspire current pupils, who find the advice offered invaluable. Click here to find out more.

Old Girls also generously volunteer as mentors for their fellow Alumni, through the Old Girls' Association's Steps to Success programme.

To feature in The Old Girls' Newsletter, share your news with School, find out about upcoming Alumni events and to re-connect with old School friends, please do get in touch with the Development Office. 

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Old Girls' Newsletter

Old Girls always enjoy reading about their former classmates and teachers, and the Development Office is constantly gathering material for The Old Girls' Newsletter.  If you have any news to share – including photos! – please do send it to [email protected] 

Spring 2024 Edition

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Distinguished Old Girls

Our list of Distinguished Old Girls has been compiled to celebrate the achievements of our Alumnae and the success that they have enjoyed across a wide variety of professions and sectors, and to demonstrate the positive impact a Bolton School education can have on an individual in their later life.

If you would like to nominate an Old Girl to be added to the Distinguished List, please contact the Development Office.

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