BGS Old Boys
The connection with Brisbane Grammar School endures long beyond when a student becomes a BGS Old Boy.
Old Boys are found around the world, creating a global network of personal and professional connections.
Learn more about and connect with BGS and Old Boys, including news, publications, and events.
All Old Boys are encouraged to join Brisbane Grammar Connect - the School's networking and mentoring platform.
For assistance with any Old Boy queries, please contact Community Relations.
T +61 478 812 885
Message from the OBA President
Formally established in 1898, the Brisbane Grammar School Old Boys’ Association (OBA) has a proud history and continues to honour and respect the traditions of the School. The purpose of the OBA is to:
- Establish a formal link between the School and past students;
- Promote a spirit of comradeship and union among Old Boys;
- Offer guidance and leadership to Old Boys;
- Support the School's aims and objectives; and
- Maintain and promote the School's heritage.
The OBA promotes annual and milestone reunion functions, Old Boy events and networking opportunities.
Old Boys are invited to join community social media networks, including the Old Boys' Association Facebook and the School's Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.
Ultimately, the OBA is here for you. I encourage all BGS Old Boys to explore the below information and reconnect with the School.
Cameron Feltham '86
Brisbane Grammar School Old Boys' Association
Old Boys' Association
Networking and Reunions
Clubs and Activities
News and Publications
Click here for the BGS News Feed, including updates on recent Old Boy achievements.
The Grammarian is the OBA’s digital publication, distributed twice a year. It highlights significant news and profiles from the Old Boy community. All Old Boys are encouraged to read this publication, as well as the School's biannual print publication Grammar News.
For the latest news from the Old Boys' Association, Old Boys are encouraged to stay connected via Facebook.
Old Boys can also stay connected with the School through its own social media platforms.