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Carey maintains a close relationship with its alumni body through the Old Carey Grammarians Association - OCGA. The OCGA represents an engaged and diverse community of alumni, made up of over 18,000 members across Australia and the world. In addition to regular reunions and social events, Carey alumni also have the opportunity to connect and engage through a broad range of initiatives such as; business and career sessions, sporting and performing arts, giving back through social impact, key speaking events and lots more. 
 
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    Impact of giving: Supporting Carey through a pandemic
    Carey's 2020 Impact of Giving report is out now! Learn how the Carey community came together to make a difference, including essential help for the many Carey students and families impacted by the pandemic.

    You can read the full article here ...
    Posted: Monday, 14 December 2020
    The Torch is going digital: Support Carey's sustainability goals
    Sustainability has always been a key focus at Carey and the OCGA. In an effort to reduce our impact on the environment, we are making a significant move towards the digital distribution of the Torch. We are offering members of the Carey community an option to receive the Torch in digital format inst...
    Posted: Monday, 14 December 2020
    An active end to the year: Message from the Principal
    Throughout this year, I have been endlessly inspired by the work of our expert teachers and professional support staff in their ability to respond to the crisis, adapt on the fly and pivot in response to feedback; the extent to which our students have displayed independence and flexibility in respon...
    Posted: Tuesday, 8 December 2020
    Coming out of 2020 stronger and connected
    It was a year of new territory when the traditional OCGA calendar of events, reunions and other planned gatherings status changed from ‘register’ to ‘cancelled’ across our website in March. We all know the culprit.

    For communities, there is a comfort in familiarity but...
    Posted: Tuesday, 8 December 2020
    Unboxing the archive: Dr Keith Farrer’s footy socks
    Dr Keith Farrer wrote to then Headmaster Gerard Cramer when he donated his football socks to the Carey Archives several years ago. Not a momentous donation it would seem, but these were no ordinary socks – these were the first Carey football socks, knitted during the Great Depression from 1929...
    Posted: Tuesday, 8 December 2020
    Thanks for an extraordinary year: Message from the Chair of the Board
    In this challenging year, we are grateful for the strength in our community to support and encourage each other. We have seen great unity within the Carey community and a willingness to adapt for the sake of our students. They are at the heart of everything we do, and we’re so proud of the way...
    Posted: Tuesday, 8 December 2020
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