Old Girls

Once a St Catherine’s girl, always a St Catherine’s girl.

Our Old Girls’ Union was established in 1898. When you graduate, we celebrate you as our alumni and you form an integral part of our school community. At St Catherine's we place a high value on our generational connections. 

The Jane Barker Luncheon​ honours our Old Girls who graduated 50 years ago or more. Year 4 students welcome the ladies back to school and help set the tables for lunch. Many stories and historical aspects of the school are explored when these two student groups come together. ​

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Prof Carolyn Sue, Neuroscientist  OG1981

Dr Sue is a clinician scientist who graduated from the medical school at UNSW. She was appointed as the inaugural Professor in Neurology at Royal North Shore Hospital, University of Sydney; is a founding director of the Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation; secretary for the Movement Disorder Society of Australia; and is on the scientific advisory board for the NSW Parkinson's Disease Association. Dr Sue is currently Director of Neurogenetics at the Royal North Shore Hospital, and Director of the Kolling Institute at the University of Sydney, which she established in 2000.
Carolyn featured as a panellist at our Professional Women's Networking - Women in Science event in 2017.

Gabi Simpson, Netball champion  og2010

Gabi Simpson was named co-vice-captain of the Australian Diamonds netball team in July 2017, while also leading the Queensland Firebirds in the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball season. Gabi was named the Liz Ellis Diamond winner at the 2017 Australia Netball Awards, netball's highest accolade, taking into consideration her national league and international performances. In 2018, Gabi represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games where the team won silver.

Old girls and their daughters or relatives studying at the school

alumni in the museum