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Where are they now? St Paul’s Alumni


We are very proud of all of our graduates and of our diverse alumni community with everyone having had a different journey since St Paul’s.  We love sharing alumni stories which provide inspiration to current students – and teachers always love to hear where their past students are now!   If you would like to share your story with the St Paul’s community, please click on the following link to have a questionnaire emailed to you:

Alumni – Share your story


Here are some stories from our past students:

Class of 1997 – Beau Miles

Class of 1997 Alumnus, Beau Miles, started at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School in Year 10.  One of his greatest memories whilst at St Paul’s was sharing three of his five subjects in Year 12 with Ash Moore, which he said, “severely affected his university rank… and was worth every penny of it)”. He also remembers “quite honestly” having exceptional teachers who developed real and ongoing relationships with students across the years.

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Class of 2012 – Thomas Slate

Class of 2012 Alumnus, Thomas Slate, started at St Paul’s in Prep when he was six years old.

Some of his fondest memories are connected with the Miller’s Factory Year 9 Centre and the small community feel that developed at the then separate campus.  He recalls the many facets of the Year 9 Program that included many city trips, camps and different styles of teaching and learning.

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Class of 1990 – Josie Jones

The Class of 1990 lays very special claim to our only Australian of the Year recipient. Since 2006, Josie Jones has volunteered over 10,000 hours and countless dollars to improve the water quality in Mornington Peninsula’s bays – personally collecting over 5.6 tonnes of rubbish from its shorelines.

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Class of 1987 – Jacqui Lyons

Jacqui Lyons started at St Paul’s in Year 7 in the foundation year of 1982, with only twenty-four students in the Sunday School rooms at the back of the church.

Today Jacqui is a music teacher at St Paul’s and she remembers the early days of St Paul’s…

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Class of 2009 – Brenton Jones

Class of 2009 Alumnus, Brenton Jones, started at St Paul’s in Year 4 when he was eight years old.  He still remembers his first teachers Mrs Janne McFadyen, Mr Norm McLennan and Mrs Robyn Baker.  Brenton is now a Professional Cyclist living in Europe.

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Class of 2011 – Richard Verheyen

Class of 2011 Alumnus, Richard Verheyen, is living in Vancouver, Canada working for a software startup company as a Web Developer.

During his time at St Paul’s one of Richard’s most memorable moments was being involved in the 2010 production of West Side Story and performing the ‘Gee Officer Krupke’ song.

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Class of 2006 – Dane Roy

Class of 2006 Alumnus, Dane Roy, started at St Paul’s as a Year 7 student and remembers enjoying the school assembly on a Friday. Now, in 2018, he is living in Texas in the USA and is about to start his third year studying communications on a full scholarship at the University of Houston.

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Class of 2010 – Alexandra Gummer

Class of 2010 Alumna, Alexandra Gummer, started at St Paul’s for her final years of schooling in Year 11.  She still fondly remembers the athletics carnivals and competing against other schools in softball and football (soccer). Alexandra now balances her careers between being a chemical engineer/biochemist for CSL Behring and being a professional football (soccer) player for Melbourne Victory.

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Class of 2006 – Dr Ida Whiteman

St Paul’s alumna receives prestigious scholarship

St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School class of 2006 Alumna, Dr Ida Whiteman was recently awarded the very prestigious ‘Helen and Michael Gannon John Monash Scholarship’ to study a Master of Science in International Health and Tropical Medicine with a focus on managing effective health programs at the University of Oxford in 2017.

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