About the OKGA
The Old Knox Grammarians' Association (OKGA) is a group of over 10,000 registered members, all of whom share the common experience of having attended Knox.
The association is very diverse, with members who attended the school when it first opened in 1924 through to those who graduated last year. We are now have families with four generations of Old Boys. Our members include business leaders, Supreme Court Judges, politicians, academics, Rhodes Scholars, military leaders, high profile people in the media, arts and entertainment, diplomats, community leaders, Olympians and Paralympians, Wallabies players and adventurers.
The OKGA is all about staying in touch with those who share common experiences, values and connections. Our recent focus has been on assisting members with networking, mentoring and financial advice. OKGA members also receive a weekly eNews bulletin with news of Old Boys and the School.
Three generations of Knox boys
Joining the OKGA
Membership of the OKGA is for life and requires the payment of a one-off fee (currently $500).
To join the OKGA, please complete the membership form and return it to the OKGA Office.
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Contacting the OKGA
Phone: 61 2 9487 0419
Fax: 61 2 9488 2908
Post: 2 Borambil Street, Wahroonga, NSW 2076
Staying in touch
The OKGA Executive Office maintains an online portal for OKGA members.
The OKGA Executive Office also produces a calendar of events which features events for Old Boys and selected school events. Old Boys who are organising events such as reunions and functions are encouraged to contact the office to ensure they are included in the calendar.