Korowa alumni number over 7000 members and every past student is automatically a lifetime member of the Korovian Club.
The Korovian Club was founded in 1917 with the purpose of maintaining friendships and a connection with the School.
Korovian Club Vision Statement:
The Korovian Club is a place to connect, to support one another and to continue to develop lifelong friendships. We are proud to celebrate the diversity of our past and present students, and to seek to amplify their achievements and to recognise their unique and varied talents.
We value Korowa’s history, traditions and shared experience, and continue to nurture a supportive and philanthropic community.
The School and the Club hosts an extensive reunion program and also special alumni events that celebrate programs undertaken whilst at School. Korovians also act as mentors and guest speakers sharing their life experiences with current students.
The Korovian Club has a long history of philanthropy to the School with its most recent gift being a bronze statue of Jessie Patrick, Korowa’s first student, to mark the School’s 130th anniversary in 2020. The Korovian Club also funds prizes at Junior and Senior School speech nights, the Robyn Price Art Acquisition Award, awarded annually to a Year 12 student and supports the Foundation in the Annual Giving Appeal.
Korovian Club Committee
Meets regularly throughout the year.
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Korovian Club Committee for 2021:
President – Helen Tope (Class of 1980)
Vice President – Shelby Versa (Class of 2010)
Treasurer – Jan Miller (Kostos, Class of 1960)
Secretary – Virginia Mitchell (Jackson, Class of 1977)
Fiona Adams (Class of 1990)
Annaliese Allen (Akehurst, Class of 1996)
Freya French (Coker, Class of 2008)
Danielle Hartridge (Class of 1983)
Margaret Hill (Class of 1968)
Jennifer Jaeger (Class of 1978)
Diana Murray (Cox, Class of 1964)
Alina Sinclair (Fialides, Class of 2002)
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