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A global alumni

There are over 12,500 living Old Boys and over 2,000 Old Tudorians – indeed, many of the King’s Old Boys came through Tudor House to board at King’s in Parramatta.

Our long history means a rich heritage of Old Boys and Old Tudorians who now form the King’s Global Alumni Network and there are two key bodies: The King’s School Old Boy’s Union and The King’s School, Old Tudorians.

In 2017, Tudor House entered a new era with the first enrolment of girls who will one day become alumna in the Old Tudorian Network.

a vibrant adventure

Insight:

The King’s School will celebrate 200 years in 2031, while The King’s School, Tudor House – our Southern Highlands campus – opened its doors in 1897.

Old Boys' Union

Founded in 1893, the OBU is run by Old Boys for Old Boys.

The OBU has over 8,000 members and offers an annual program of events and reunions for its members.

OBU members are valued custodians of the School and its future, and supporters of the generations of boys that follow them. All Old Boys of The King’s School are eligible to become members of the OBU.

For information about events and reunions of the Old Tudorians, please contact the Tudor House main office.

across generations

Insight:

Find out more about the OBU on their website.

OBU Harrisford Group

The Harrisford Group was formed by The King’s School Old Boys’ Union and is for Old Boys aged 70 and over. It is intended to help Old Boys keep in touch with each other and the School, and to preserve and strengthen the ideals, traditions and history of the School.

The Group’s establishment was led by Bruce Hayman (’61), James Lloyd (’64), Brian Larking (’56), Terry Read (’59) and Lloyd Waddy (’57). These Old Boys were educated at the original campus in the heart of Parramatta

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