Every student who completed her schooling at Shelford is automatically a Shelfordian.
We warmly invite our past students to attend reunions, check out the latest Shelford news by visiting this website and connecting with us on social media. By keeping your contact details up-to-date, you will receive relevant communications.
The entire School community is very proud of the Shelfordians, and everyone loves to hear of special achievements and news. It is now easier than ever to stay connected with Shelford – through social media, the Quaerite magazine and alumni newsletters.
Stay connected to Shelford
The Shelfordians Committee hosts a series of milestone reunions that are held at Shelford. These reunions are held for the following: one, five, ten, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 Year reunions.
In addition, our alumni organise informal get-togethers and events, some of which are held in regional Victoria and interstate.
The Community Engagement office is happy to assist with off campus reunions by forwarding invitations to the relevant peer year.
Reunion dates for 2022
- Friday 4 March: 40, 50, 60 year reunions, Classes of 1962, 1972 and 1982
- Thursday 17 March: Delayed 1 year reunions, Classes of 2019 and 2020
- Friday 20 May: 20 and 30 year reunions, Classes 2000, 2001, 2002 and 1990, 1991, 1992
- Friday 12 August: 5 and 10 year reunions, Classes 2017 and 2012
- Thursday 20 October: 1 year reunion, Class of 2021
For further information please contact the Community Engagement office.
T: 9524 7333
Please let us know if you have had a recent change of any of your contact details so you can be kept up-to-date on relevant school news.
The community is delighted to hear the news of Shelfordians in Quærite magazine, and receives wonderful feedback with each issue.
We would love to hear your latest news or career details.
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A bequest is a gift for the future.
The benefits of a Shelford education have been enjoyed by generations of Shelford students, due to the support of previous and current members of the School community.
From time to time the School is informed that it had been left a generous bequest by a Shelfordian who has wished to demonstrate her allegiance and gratitude to the School for its impact on her life.
One of these bequests was given by Ruth Valerie (Val) Edwards (1948) who bequeathed a percentage of her estate to Shelford. Val had been a member of the Shelford Vintage Old Girls’ group and had enjoyed a a lifelong association with the School.
We ask Shelfordians and Past Parents to consider including Shelford in their Will. Bequests of all sizes are vital for Shelford’s ongoing financial security so that it can continue to fulfil its vision for the education of girls. For further information about making a contribution to Shelford, please contact the Community Engagement office on 9524 7333.