Our first Year 12 cohort graduated in 2001. Keeping in touch with our Old Scholars is very important to the College community as we enjoy following their successes, careers and life adventures. The College supports every Year 12 student after they graduate from Saint Stephen’s College and start their life journey.
Saint Stephen's College Old Scholars enjoy keeping in touch with the happenings of the College through Optima, our dedicated Old Scholar's magazine, which is published annually in October, and uploaded to the College and Old Scholars Facebook pages and our website. We invite all our Old Scholars to join the Saint Stephen's College Old Scholars Facebook page, administered through Community Relations and Events.
Congratulations Class of 2016 on your outstanding results
Saint Stephen’s College congratulates the Class of 2016 students on their outstanding OP results.
Headmaster Jamie Dorrington says he has come to expect Saint Stephen’s College graduates to perform very well, but the 2016 graduates positioned themselves towards the top of the state.Read more »
2002 Year 12 10 Year Reunion
The new Languages Centre at Saint Stephen’s was the venue for the 10 year reunion . Relaxing at twilight with cocktails in the Japanese garden, Old Scholars and teachers reminisced about the cohort of 2002.
There was excitement as pick axes were used to dig up the ‘time capsule’ buried outside the iCentre. Deep inside were memorabilia and letters written by the Year 12 students to their ‘older’ self. There was much laughter and a few tears as the years rolled away and memories were refreshed. Thank you to Annie White who travelled from New Zealand. Thank you also to Gavin Neuper, Mary Pearse (Wells), Sally Thibault, Humphrey Firkins, Carmel Stolarchuk and Father Andrew Kinmont who enjoyed catching up with their past students.Read more »
Old Scholar in Switzerland for University
In 2010, when he first arrived at Saint Stephen’s College, Ken Kitano could not speak any English at all. He came to the College to learn English for one year, but loved his stay so much that he extended his enrolment until he graduated at the end of last year.
After he graduated from Saint Stephen’s College, Ken was accepted to the famous Glion University in Switzerland, which is ranked second in the world for hotel and restaurant operations.Read more »