Humanitarian Engineer – Jessica Coldrey

Young Alumni

Humanitarian Engineer – Jessica Coldrey

Graduating from Wheelers Hill Campus in 2016, Jessica Coldrey has gone on to fully embrace her differing passions, leading to an already fulfilling and impressive career. Currently completing her Bachelor of Arts (Human Geography) and Bachelor of Visual Arts, with the title of 2021 John Monash Scholar also under her belt, Jess is wholeheartedly dedicated to envisioning and creating a more sustainable future, but not without the incredible insight creativity provides. Jess grew up with CGS, spending 14 years of her early life at Wheelers Hill. Her fondest memories from primary school are of inventing stories and imagining new games to play every lunchtime. In high school, she enjoyed exploring the grounds, working in the art studio, and studying novels with friends. Upon entering Year 12, s...

Follow your Passions – Georgie Cowell

High school days During her time at Caulfield Grammar School, Georgie Cowell (Class of 2017) fully immersed herself in her learning and the co-curricular opportunities that came her way; spreading her time between the Theatre, Music and Sport departments. Georgie’s best memories of her time at Caulfield included performing in the whole school musical in Year 12 and being creativeand collaborative with her friends. Georgie loved how the students hold so much power to create incredible change for their peers and future students. Georgie would tell her 17-year-old self to take things one day at a time and try to put all the “what ifs” out of her mind. She’d also reiterate how important it is to take joy in all the things you do – even studying can be fun when you focus on all the cool things ...

CGA Connect: Alumni Conversations – March 2021

Every month we will be sending out an Alumni Conversation. Alumni Conversations are short video interviews featuring our Grammarians reminiscing about their time at School, their favorite memory and what Caulfield means to them. These interviews come from a range of different sources and cover the diverse cultural, sporting and social life of our community. They relate directly to our strategic priority of Telling Our Story (celebrate our alumni and their achievements, develop communications that are personal and authentic). We are proud to be sharing these stories with you and hope that you enjoy watching them. Watch Callum Charlton (2019) talk about his time at Caulfield Grammar School here.  Tell us your story!  If you would like to be part of our Alumni Conversations please email [email protected]

Young Alumni Ambassadors Program (YAAP)

The Caulfield Grammarians’ Association (CGA) is excited to be launching our inaugural Young Alumni Ambassador Program (YAAP). YAAP offers free career coaching, mentoring and networking opportunities to all young alumni (18-30 years) from Caulfield Grammar School. We want to share issues and perspectives affecting young people today, grow initiatives for young alumni by young alumni, so the CGA better reflects the diverse nature of our community. The purpose of YAAP is to: Actively engage young alumni with relevant and meaningful initiatives so that they will become positive advocates and ambassadors for the CGA Promote the value of lifelong connections and community to young alumni to create a pipeline into our Reunion Program Bridge the gap between Year 12 and beyond so that our you...

CGA Connect: Alumni Conversations – February 2021

Every month we will be sending out an Alumni Conversation. Alumni Conversations are short video interviews featuring our Grammarians reminiscing about their time at School, their favorite memory and what Caulfield means to them. These interviews come from a range of different sources and cover the diverse cultural, sporting and social life of our community. They relate directly to our strategic priority of Telling Our Story (celebrate our alumni and their achievements, develop communications that are personal and authentic). We are proud to be sharing these stories with you and hope that you enjoy watching them. Watch Ruby Morrisby (2020) talk about her time at Caulfield Grammar School here.  Tell us your story!  If you would like to be part of our Alumni Conversations please email [email protected]

Free Career Coaching for the Classes of 2020 & 2019

The Caulfield Grammarians’ Association (CGA) is offering the Classes of 2020 and 2019 free career coaching. The four group coaching sessions will be held online (from 6.30pm-8.00pm) and be presented by CGA Career Expert, Leah Lambart. Leah is a Career & Interview Coach, Founder of Melbourne-based career coaching business, Relaunch Me and host of the Relaunch Your Career podcast. In 2014, Leah set up Relaunch Me to help others find their ‘best fit’ careers; work that suits their personality type, utilises their natural strengths and is aligned to their interests and values. Leah and the Relaunch Me team now work with recent school leavers, students, job seekers, career changers, return-to-work parents and individuals who have experienced redundancy, to help them identify and obtai...

CGA Connect: Alumni Conversations – December

Every month we will be sending out an Alumni Conversation. Alumni Conversations are short video interviews featuring our Grammarians reminiscing about their time at School, their favorite memory and what Caulfield means to them. These interviews come from a range of different sources and cover the diverse cultural, sporting and social life of our community. They relate directly to our strategic priority of Telling Our Story (celebrate our alumni and their achievements, develop communications that are personal and authentic). We are proud to be sharing these stories with you and hope that you enjoy watching them. Holly Robertson (2017) – Watch here Tell us your story!  If you would like to be part of our Alumni Conversations please email [email protected] to arrange a video i...

Netballer & Nurse – Shayna Hingmann

Shayna Hingmann became President of the Caulfield Grammarians’ Netball Club, which is affiliated with the Caulfield Grammarians’ Football Club, in 2018. Shayna attended Caulfield Grammar School in 2012 and 2013. A member of Shaw House at Wheelers Hill Campus, she was appointed to the School Committee in her final year. Shayna played netball and softball for the School, and received house colours for her participation in a variety of house activities. At Speech Night 2013 she received the Caulfield Grammarians’ Association Prize for Leadership in Year 12. After leaving school, Shayna trained as nurse and is currently a registered nurse at the Royal Children’s Hospital. She finds nursing a rewarding career because “being part of a child’s/family’s journey when they are at their most vulnerab...

Don’t Stop Dancing – Dimitri Raptis

Dimitri Raptis graduated from Caulfield Grammar School in 2016 with a dream to turn his love of dance into a career. As a four-year-old Dimitri discovered this passion and hasn’t stopped dancing since. He participated in many Caulfield Campus productions such as Hairspray, Legally Blonde and Westside Story, and was a key participant in raising the profile of the arts at Caulfield. One of his favourite memories of high school is “performing sold out shows for entire seasons, something that not many high schools in general had experienced.” Dimitri values how “every student has the opportunity to follow their passion, as Caulfield provides such a vast variety of areas in which one can excel. When asked if Caulfield is a sporty school, an artsy school or an academically successful school, I’m...

Rising Star – Milly Hines

Amelia ‘Milly’ Hines graduated from Caulfield Grammar School in 2017 and has since had several exciting opportunities come her way. Playing for the Caulfield Grammarians’ Football Club -Women’s (CGFCW) and being named the Round 3 Anytime Fitness VAFA Rising Star in 2019, she is a testament to remaining open to all paths and following what you are truly passionate about. During her time at school Milly was involved in a wide variety of activities – captaining the 1st Softball team, helping with productions backstage at the Cripps Centre or working in the art and music departments. In 2018, she returned to the Yarra Junction campus for the year as a Trainee, which she counts as one of her favourite times at Caulfield. Other fond memories include winning the APS Softball premiersh...

CGA Update for the Class of 2020 & Young Alumni

We’re excited to let you know about some of the initiatives the Caulfield Grammarians’ Association (CGA) is planning for the Class of 2020. Given the challenging year they’ve faced it is especially important that the Class of 2020 knows that our community is here to support them as they transition to life beyond school. Our initiatives align closely with the School’s values and we are proud to be strengthening these connections. Yesterday we launched 20 Messages for the Class of 2020. Every day this month, in recognition of the end of Year 12, we are publishing alumni messages of support for the Class of 2020. You can view these messages on CaulfieldLife, watch them on our Youtube channel, or on our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter). You can watch our President...

Alumni Conversations – September

Every month we will be sending an Alumni Conversation to your inbox. Alumni Conversations are short video interviews featuring our Grammarians reminiscing about their time at School, their favorite memory and what Caulfield means to them. These interviews come from a range of different sources and cover the diverse cultural, sporting and social life of our community. They relate directly to our strategic priority of Telling Our Story (celebrate our alumni and their achievements, develop communications that are personal and authentic). We are proud to be sharing these stories with you and hope that you enjoy watching them. Darcy Burke (2019) – Watch here Isis Lopes (2018) – Watch here  Content courtesy of CGS Sports Department Will Gilmour (2010) – Watch here Content court...

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