- Welcome to the OKGA
Mark Wilson (OKG '80), President of the OKGA, and Hamish Saddington, Captain of the Prep, lay the wreath at the 2016 OKGA ANZAC Service
Welcome to the OKGA Website. This site will give you access to your alumni information and also assist in putting you in contact with other Knox Grammar alumni around the world. The OKGA has built a website which will enable you to discover information news and events, particpate in games and update your own details for contact with the OKGA. There is also the opportunity to participate in the mentoring program either as a mentor or mentee and gain invaluable experience from the vast array of Old Boys both nationally and internationally. Take time to update your profile, contact old friends or just browse the different items. The site is always being updated so we would like to have your feedback on what you would like to see on your site.
For further information about the OKGA, contact the OKGA Office:
Phone: (02) 9487 0419
Email: OKGA@knox.nsw.edu.auOKGA NewssubjectRead morePosted: Wednesday, 27 July 2016Ross Dinnell - ReflectionsThis year marked the sad passing of Ross Dinnell OKG’59 on March 17th. Ross was the longest serving Teacher at Knox spanning 45 years and was also a committee member for the OKGA for 11 years.
Ross first started at Knox as a Boarder in 1955 and proceeded to be a proficient sportsman in ...Posted: Thursday, 9 June 20162016 OKGA ANZAC Service & Cadet ParadeCongratulations to the Knox Grammar School Army Cadet Unit and the Pipes & Drums for a magnificent Commemorative Service & Parade this morning.Posted: Monday, 16 May 2016Formal Photos2016 Sons, Grandsons and Great Grandsons of Old BoysPosted: Wednesday, 27 April 2016Old Boys PIpe Band
The Old Boys Pipe Band made its annual jaunt to the Bundanoon Highland gathering on Saturday. 22 Pipe Bands descended on the normally sleepy little town as it came to life for the 39th gathering.
Posted: Monday, 11 April 2016Vale Alan S Marsden
It is with great sadness that I advise of the passing last Wednesday of Alan Marsden, a man who exemplified the very best in teaching.
Senior Master, Economics teacher, 1st XV and Sports Coach, Year Master, House Master and the man who built the GAP scheme which enabled so many boys to ...Posted: Thursday, 10 March 2016
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Over time, the meaning of the OKGA to Old Boys has changed. It has evolved from simply maintaining contact between Old Boys and support for the School. It now has a membership of some 10,000 men, and the expectation of the members has expanded.
We live in a fast paced world where society has a more selfish attitude to life, driven no doubt by a lack of time to do everything, financial pressures, fear of failure, and a highly competitive environment. Some of our members ...Upcoming eventsShow all