Our alumnae are a vital part of our vibrant AHS community. Each year, our alumnae return to school to give career insights and university advice to our pupils.
Moving forward we hope to build a calendar of alumnae reunions, networking events and opportunities to visit school and keep in touch. Whether you were one of our first AHS students at our new site in 1959, a recent leaver, or somewhere in between, we would love to connect with you.
Our aims are to:
• Promote networking
• Offer advice and help with careers
• Organise events & facilitate reunions
• Provide a supportive network
• Support the School
• Facilitate communication via the Alumnae Newsletter, social media and email
Join the Alumnae Community
Alumnae receive an annual newsletter, reunion invitations to events, fundraising and other School initiatives and developments.
If you have something you would like to share about your time at AHS and/or life after our School, including updates to be included in the alumnae newsletter, please contact us. If you have met up with old school friends for a special anniversary reunion, or have news about yourself and/or other ‘old girls’, we’d be delighted to share it with the broader alumnae community. Readers particularly enjoy seeing old (and current) pictures and hearing about their lives and careers since leaving AHS.
Are you interested in running the Alumnae Committee?
We are looking for an active and enthusiastic committee of ‘old girls’ to run and maintain close contacts with the school. We are looking for volunteers to bring new ideas and expertise to the mix. We plan to meet two or three times a year (with the AGM in September). However, most communication and activity will be conducted by email and phone. If you would like to talk to someone about joining, please click here to give your details.
Track down old friends
Records are maintained by the School’s Development Office. Please contact the AHS Development Office to track down former AHS students. If they are in our database, the school will contact them and pass on your details.
Telephone: 01296 388222
Email: [email protected]
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Whether you or someone you know is a recent graduate or potential career switcher, teaching offers a rewarding, challenging and varied career. Aylesbury High School works in partnership with Astra School Centred Initial Teacher Training to provide training for new primary and secondary teachers. Astra works in partnership with over sixty local schools and all courses lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and most applicants also study for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE). Do contact Astra ([email protected]) if you would like to know more, or contact Sarah Jeffreys at AHS: [email protected]
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