The SMS Alumnae was formed in 1932 for past students and has over 1,600 life members. The Alumnae provides a vital link for former students to maintain and renew friendships with each other and to organise a range of enjoyable social activities.

SMS Alumnae Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the St Margaret’s School Alumnae will take place on Saturday 22 September 2018 at 2pm in The Willow Restaurant, Food Technology Building, St Margaret’s School Berwick.

All past students and members of the Alumnae are warmly invited to attend.

Current SMS Alumnae Executive Committee

President – Melissa Hogg-Marshall (1980)
Vice President – Amy Ridgway (2002)
Secretary – Madeline White (2012)
Treasurer – Jahanne Nagle (2008)

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2018 Young Achievers Awards

Nominations are now open for past students under the age of 30. Please click here fore more information and to register.


2017  Recipients of the Young Achievers Awards

Caitlin has been an entrant and won prizes for Fashion on the Field competitions, but her most impressive achievement was creating the winning design to be worn by Miss Australia Tegan Martin for the Miss Universe National Costume. There were three components to the competition the final having her on Sunrise Channel 7 and having Australia vote for her design out of 4 competitors.

Hannah has excelled in her studies in Engineering being chosen to do internships with a number of major companies during her studies. She is now in her last year where she is focussing on law and has undertaken clerkships with several commercial law firms.   This year Hannah was awarded the Civil Construction’s Ian Jacka Award for gaining the top mark in the final year Civil Construction at Monash University.

Laetisha excels in the sport of trap shooting, she is currently ranked 1st in Australia and 6th in the world. She is a dual Commonwealth Games gold medallist having won the pairs in Delhi and the individual title in Glasgow. She represented Australia at the Rio Olympics and was placed 5th after finishing the qualifying round in first place.

As a public health, protection and human rights development professional with seven years field experience across the Middle East and the Asia Pacific, Brooke has been working to make a significant contribution to protecting and promoting the rights and welfare of disadvantaged communities, including people with disability, refugees, and communities trapped in a cycle of poverty.




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