Since 1875, generation after generation of young women has left Oxford High to take its place in the world beyond school, embarking on stellar career paths and achieving successes notable for their common spirit of independence, fearlessness and originality.

We are very proud of all of our Oxford High School old girls and love to keep in touch with you as you progress through life. If you are ever passing OHS, do pop in and see us!

Our next reunion weekend will be on Saturday 18th May 2019. Our Five Years On lunch is free of charge for all 2014  Leavers and we have availability to host specific year group reunions. We are also hosting a 25 Years On (1994) reunion, a 10 Years On (2009) and a 40 Years On (1979) reunion.  Tickets can be booked via our Box Office. For any other year group, please contact if you wish to book your group in for that day.

To celebrate our 140th Anniversary year, we held a 140th Birthday Lunch, filling the school with alumnae – click here to see the gallery and click here for recent reunionsYou can keep in touch with us directly on or via our Facebook page.  If you are currently an undergraduate, there are networking opportunities between GDST girls at most universities click here for details.  

Our archive can be accessed here using the log in/password genguest. 




If you attended Oxford High School or are a former member of staff, then do sign up to the Alumnae network. There is no charge or fee and you can enjoy a range of communications and events. These include Verve magazine, e-zine news, events, professional networking, careers advice and so much more.

To sign up, visit or call 020 7393 6606 or via Linked In (GDST Alumnae Network Girls’ Day School Trust) and Facebook (

We are continuously mindful that that our position of trust and responsibility towards our alumnae encompasses the administration of your personal information, too. So that you are absolutely clear about how this information is used, Oxford High School and the GDST uses it as follows:

• To tailor our alumnae services to you, such as events, publications and areas of professional interest
• To help us identify alumnae who could feature in our alumnae communications
• To understand the areas where you might be interested in supporting us, such as mentoring, providing workplace workshops for pupils, giving informal advice to pupils and/or visiting schools

In order to be as transparent as we can possibly be about what data we collect, and what it is used for, please see our privacy policy. You may of course opt out of communications with Oxford High School at any time by emailing