Abbot’s Hill Alumnae

We are extremely proud of our alumnae community and the contribution it makes to future Abbot’s Hill generations. Present pupils benefit from the time and expertise of our diverse and inspirational alumnae, who regularly support events, work experience and other career opportunities throughout the year. It is always a joy to welcome past pupils and staff back to share news and successes.

Pupils and staff are invited to join our alumnae community, the Abbot’s Hill Old Girls’ Association (AHOGA) when they leave the School.

We welcome support from our alumni. Please contact us if interested in joining our Committee.

Stay Connected

  • Through our Facebook and LinkedIn Group. Please note all formal communication regarding events and news will currently be communicated through these channels.
  • To share experiences since leaving Abbot’s Hill, to join or update contact details, or for event information please email:

Notable Former Pupils

“Abbot’s Hill was my playground of opportunities, and gave me a chance and the confidence to explore who I was to become in the world”

  • The late Lady Joan Stuart-Smith, former Justice of the Peace and created Life President of Abbot’s Hill in 1997
  • Marilyn Okoro, British 800m and 4 x 400m athlete
  • Jane Scott, Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry, model
  • Anne Sorby, MI6 Special Agent involved in the efforts to restore British prestige in the Far East after the fall of Hong Kong
  • Katharine Elliot, Baroness Elliot of Harwood, public servant and politician
  • Zara Brownless, BBC Young Apprentice 2011 winner
  • Milly Pickles, Para – Athlete, disability advocate and content creator
  • Montana Brown, Public Figure and successful entrepreneur

AHOGA Events

To receive invitations and RSVP to forthcoming events, please join the AHOGA Facebook group 

Saturday 13 May 2023

This year is an interim one between the biennial AHOGA Reunions, and it has become traditional to hold an “Afternoon Tea”.  We were delighted that this event was well attended by those of varied generations who enjoyed meeting each other, looking around the main house and seeing whether rooms have the same purposes as they knew in their time at school. For those who were boarders, everywhere looks very different!

The usual very high standard of food certainly came up to expectations, and we are grateful to the staff who provided such a lovely tea on the traditional cake stands.

After good tea and conversation, we went over to the Dickinson building for the planting of a rose tree in memory of Mrs Jill McAdam, whose recent death was such a sad shock to the whole school community.  Appropriately the tree is a “Jill” rose.  Many of those present had very happy memories of Jill’s dedication, and the ceremony made a fitting end to the reunion.

Summer 2024 

Our biennial AHOGA Reunion Picnic. Watch this space for more information.