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2021 Thank You Function

We warmly invite you to our annual Thank You Function on Wednesday 1 December from 6.00pm to 8.30pm at The Gables – 15 Finch Street, Malvern East. This event is to thank all of our affiliates, career mentors, alumni and supporters that have contributed towards making 2021 a successful year for the CGA. Attendees will enjoy drinks, nibbles and entertainment. Come and share in the holiday spirit with us and help celebrate our wonderful community. Partners are most welcome and the dress code is smart casual. Attendance is complimentary, however we ask that you RSVP online by 5pm Friday 26 November for catering purposes. Please feel free to share this invitation with other alumni, supporters and friends. We hope to see you there.   Attending this event means that you agree to be photograp...

Affiliate Catch Up

All Affiliate Club members are invited to join our Affiliate Catch Up on Wednesday 15 September from 5.30pm-6.30pm (AEST). This online event will be a fun opportunity to have a casual chat, swap stories over a drink and brainstorm ways we may be able to assist one another. Our Affiliate Clubs are vitally important to us at the CGA and we want to ensure we support you as much as possible. We are keen to help keep your group engaged and connected, and remove any barriers to your activities. Please feel free to invite your members to the catch up – we’d love to have at least two representatives from every group present. RSVP: 5pm Friday 10 September (once we receive your RSVP you will receive a separate email with the meeting link/login details). We hope to see you there.

Affiliate Catch Up

All Affiliate Club members are invited to join our Affiliate Catch Up on Wednesday 24 March from 5.30pm-6.30pm (AEST). This online event will be a fun opportunity to have a casual chat, swap stories over a drink and brainstorm ways we may be able to assist one another. Our Affiliate Clubs are vitally important to us at the CGA and we want to ensure we support you as much as possible. We are keen to help keep your group engaged and connected, and remove any barriers to your activities. Please feel free to invite your members to the catch up – we’d love to have at least two representatives from every group present. RSVP: 5pm Friday 19 March (once we receive your RSVP you will receive a separate email with the meeting link/login details). We hope to see you there.

Western Bulldogs Legend – John Schultz

High school days John Schultz attended Caulfield Grammar School as a boarder from 1951 to 1955. Previously, he had attended the pre-school at Malvern Grammar School for one year (1944), when his family was living in East Malvern. John’s father served with the AIF in the Middle East during the Second World War and, after the war, moved his family to the country, taking up ownership of the general store at Boort (near Kerang). John was involved in the full range of school activities at Caulfield. He gained the Intermediate Certificate in 10 subjects in 1954 and the Leaving Certificate in six subjects in 1955. In his final year at school, he was a school officer, a Boarding House prefect and Vice-captain of Buntine House. It was in sport, however, that he really shone. John was a member of th...

From the CGA – Dec 2020

Opportunity, innovation and creativity What a year 2020 has been! Despite the rapidly changing landscape, it has been a year of opportunity, innovation and creativity for the CGA. In fact, Thriving Together has been at the forefront of all our activities. This collaborative approach with both the School and our community has, as always, enriched our successes and impact. It was fantastic to see the generosity of spirit involved in the Foundation’s annual Giving Day campaign. This year they supported our community struggling with the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are proud donors to this campaign and the School’s Scholarship Program. Young alumni and current Year 10-12 students attended our highly successful online event, Mentoring Circles. Working closely with the School’s ...

Athletics Club Report – Dec 2020

As with so many things this year, the APSOC Cross Country season was not to be. We are looking forward to getting out there again in 2021. We would welcome any new runners, whether you are looking for some competitive racing or just a reason to stay fit.  We can promise you an enjoyable and very friendly social environment at the Club. Caulfield races against all the other APS schools in the APSOC Association, which has a rich 85-year history. There are ten races over the course of the season from April to September with these being held in various locations in the Melbourne metropolitan area. Some are hilly course, others flat, some are dry paths and others muddy trails. Distances vary from a lap of The Tan to 10 km. All standards are accommodated with each race recognising both the faste...

Thank You Function

We warmly invite you to attend our online Thank You Function on Wednesday 2 December 2020, 5.00pm-6.00pm. This event is to thank all of our affiliates, career mentors, alumni and supporters that have contributed towards making 2020 a successful year for the CGA. Come and share in the holiday spirit with us and celebrate our wonderful community. As part of this event we will be supporting Grammarian business, Antonietta’s Kitchen, who will be delivering a delicious snack pack to your door. RSVP: Attendance is complimentary, however we ask that you RSVP by 5pm Friday 27 November for catering purposes. (Once you RSVP you will be sent a separate email with the Zoom link and password so you can access the event. If you do not receive an email with the Zoom link by 12pm Monday 30 November ...

Rowing Enthusiast & Surgeon – Bruce Waxman

Bruce Waxman is a dedicated member of the Caulfield Grammarians’ Rowing Club (CGRC). He received School Colours as a member of the 1967 1st VIII, having previously rowed in the 2nd VIII (1966) and the 3rd VIII (1965). Bruce was student at Caulfield from 1961 to 1967. Having passed the matriculation examination in 1966, he deferred a place in medicine at Monash University, having been encouraged by Principal Bruce Lumsden to return to school to complete further studies and gain leadership experience. He was a Prefect and Head Cadet Under Officer in his final year. Bruce graduated with honours from Monash University in 1974, then trained in general and colorectal surgery, both in Australia and overseas. He was appointed Director of Surgery at Dandenong Hospital, Southern Health (later Monash...

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...

Cricket Club President – Cameron Scholten

Cameron (Cam) Scholten took over from Grant Poulter as President of the Caulfield Grammarians/North Caulfield Glenhuntly Cricket Club earlier this year. Cam was elected Vice-President of the Club in 2010 and has been a great contributor both on and off the field over the past ten years. Cam attended Caulfield Grammar School from 2001 to 2006, following in the footsteps of his father Matthew (1976-84) and grandfather Bill (1946-51). Cam’s uncle Chris Scholten (1978-81), sister Amy (2005-08) and brother Sam (2007-12) also attended the School. A member of Wilsmore House at Wheelers Hill Campus, Cam played cricket and football at school and says that he thoroughly enjoyed his time at Caulfield, particularly his final year. He began his career in IT in 2007 as a trainee at the Wheelers Hill Cam...

Soprano – Genevieve Lim

Genevieve Lim (née Hartley) has been Secretary of the Grammarians Singers group since its inception in 2016 and says she enjoys adding her “rusty soprano voice” to the group. Genevieve attended Caulfield Grammar School from 1986 to 1995. A member of Shaw House at Wheelers Hill Campus, she received full colours in music and was awarded the School Music Service Prize in her final year. She was also a member of the School Committee in 1995. In addition to her involvement in the arts, Genevieve competed in rowing and cross country for the School, and participated in the Duke of Edinburgh awards scheme. She sees her involvement in music (choirs, orchestras, the Madrigal Group and musicals) as the real highlight of her time at CGS, the rich musical traditions and activities within the School ope...

Bowler, Cricketer & Footballer – Nigel Kendall

Nigel Kendall and his wife Annette are both members of the CGA’s lawn bowls team. The team plays regular matches against teams from other APS schools and the Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) during the summer season (October to March) each year, culminating in the annual APS Past Students’ Bowls Tournament in late March. Nigel attended Caulfield Grammar School from 1946 to 1955, following his brother David, who attended from 1943 to 1953. During the early 1950s Caulfield achieved considerable success in sport, winning a number of Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria (AGSV) premierships. Nigel was a member of the premiership cricket teams in 1953 and 1954 and of the premiership football teams in 1954 and 1955. The 1955 football team was one of the strongest to ever represent the School, inclu...

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