Students who have attended The Cathedral School for more than one year are automatically granted life-time membership of the Past Students' Association. The role of the Past Students' Association is:
- to preserve a spirit of good friendship between past students of the School
- to foster and develop links with present students
- to promote the history and values of the School
- to foster and promote the welfare and interests of the School.
The Past Students' Association is not a fundraising body. Its main purpose is to keep past students connected to the School, and it aims to do that through regular communication and facilitation of reunions.
The major annual reunion occurs on the weekend nearest to the School’s Foundation Day. All past students are welcome to attend the Reunion Weekend functions, which normally include: a school tour and afternoon tea on Saturday, a dinner function on Saturday night, and a service at St James' Cathedral on Sunday morning.
The Connection, a newsletter printed twice a year contains news about events at the School, and of past students, is distributed free to all past students with whom we have contact.
The Centenary website will be your go to place for all things Centenary such as a History Timeline, News and Events, Past Student Stories and an update on our Centenary Project “The Connection Place”.
We invite you to explore our Centenary website which provides an insight into the School’s past, present and future.
We are excited to announce that bookings for the 2017 Centenary Events will open at 9am Wednesday 11 January 2017.
Visit the website https://www.trybooking.com/NSKO to book in for the events and to pre-purchase your Centenary Book.
For more information about the program of events, please visit the Centenary website www.cathedral.qld.edu.au/centenary-events.
The Connection Newsletter
The Connection newsletter, issued twice a year is for all current and past students of the school. It contains information about recent activities and events, news from past students and upcoming reunions.
View the latest edition of The Connection Newsletter below or click here to download a PDF Copy: