Over 1,620 members strong, Sterling Hall’s community of Old Boys represents a remarkable breadth of individuals across eight countries: Canada, USA, UK, China, Australia, New Zealand, Bahamas and UAE. Our alumni are engaged, active members of our Sterling Community and continue to contribute to both the history and to the future of the school.
As an Old Boy, your relationship to Sterling Hall is lifelong: this will forever be your school and you are always welcome here. Alumni are encouraged to explore their relationships with SHS to their fullest as an event attendee, a volunteer in the school, a mentor to students and alumni or as an ambassador for your high school, university or chosen career. Connect with fellow Old Boys and former teachers at a variety of events each year—or stay updated online through our alumni social networking platforms. Stay in touch and take advantage of the many ways you can benefit from getting involved.
Remember to keep your contact details up to date to ensure you are receiving alumni news and event invitations. Please contact SHS anytime with updates, feedback and questions by emailing Elizabeth Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also encouraged to register with our Old Boys Directory.
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Alumni News is a bi-annual e-newsletter for Old Boys and Alumni Families. It features updates on our Old Boys as well as information on upcoming events.
We also encourage you to stay in touch with us. Graduates are encouraged to send us educational achievements, key life events, and recent photos, so that we may share your news with other Old Boys. We also ask that you update your contact information when it changes, so that we can stay in touch with news and events. Please email email@example.com with your news and updates.
In addition to formal and informal events, Old Boys can stay up-to-date with their school and former classmates through the White + Blue, the annual magazine of The Sterling Hall School.