We value the women and men who are part of our vibrant alumni network. These are the people who are proud to be known as Old Melburnians, contributing back to the School through the knowledge and experience they have gained across diverse careers and fields of endeavor.
Meet our alumni
Mr Theodore Fink (OM 1871)
Fink began his career as an Articled Clerk. He studied law part-time at The University of Melbourne and became a Solicitor in 1877.
Sir James William Barrett KBE, CB, CMG (OM 1872)
Sir James Barrett was a highly prominent figure in Melbourne's medical and academic communities.
Admiral Sir Ernest Frederick Augustus Gaunt KCB, KBE (OM 1876)
Admiral Sir Ernest Gaunt was a senior Commander in the British Fleet and Aide-de-Camp to King George V.
Reverend Canon Ernest Selwyn Hughes (OM 1876)
Reverend Canon Ernest Hughes was a leading figure in the Anglican Church and an outstanding sportsman.
Mr Edward Norton Grimwade (OM 1882)
Norton Grimwade was an influential figure in Melbourne's business community.