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Old Girls

Havergal Old Girls are a vibrant network of over 9,500 accomplished women located in more than 70 countries around the world.  Old Girls carry out our school’s mission of “making a difference”, first introduced by First Principal, Ellen Knox, who posed the question “what are you going to do?”.   Havergal Old Girls are the living answer to this inspiring question, shaping the cultural, political, economic and academic landscapes of Canada and beyond.

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“Being an Old Girl means that I am connected to a place that provided me with an excellent education and opportunities as well as a network of amazing women.”  Dale McIntosh 1992, HOGA Past President

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“Being an Old Girl and volunteering gives me the chance to meet so many women from so many other years than my own.”  Sarah Sedgwick Parry 1979, Annual Events Co-Chair

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“Being an Old Girl means being connected to the most valuable network of women who share a strong bond through mutual experience no matter what their age.”  Jennifer McCarthy Bidwell 1996, HOGA President

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Old Girls are part of a super-connected network with benefits that last a lifetime.  The Havergal Old Girls Association offers many programs, events and services that sustain and support the lifelong association between every Old Girl and the Havergal College Community.

Did You Know?

  • Since 1894 more than 9,500 alumnae have graduated from Havergal College.
  • Every student who attends Havergal for one year is considered to be a member of HOGA.
  • HOGA was established in 1920. The Havergal book club — known as the Coverley Club — was the forerunner of the alumnae association we know today.

Click here to see who has graduated from Havergal and how they are making a difference in the world.