Presentation College Windsor has been privileged to provide an education to thousands of girls, across multiple generations.  Just as Nano Nagle, the Presentation Sisters and their values have been the soul of our school's community, we believe that our students have been its beating heat.

 

As Women of Windsor, we aim to support continuing friendships among our past students and maintain connection with the College.  We invite you to join in our community by attending events and joining the conversation on our Facebook and Instagram pages. You are also welcome to join the Alumnae Committee; we are always looking for new members across all generations of past students so we can continue to pass on the tradition for years to come.

 

Year 12 2019 Reunion: 19 May 2020 - Cancelled

 

Unfortunately due to the current situation with COVID-19 we have had to cancel this Reunion. We appreciate that this is disappointing for you all and was an opportunity for you to catch up with school friends and teachers from last year. We are unsure at this stage due to restrictions in place if and when we will be able to reorganize this reunion. We certainly hope that there will be an opportunity for you all to catch up before the school closes. We do have a Mass and Afternoon Tea scheduled for November 22 and more information about this event will be provided later. Information regarding these special events will be emailed and posted on our website and social media pages, please follow these for updates.

At this Reunion the 2019 Yearbook was going to be distributed. It is available to be collected from the College office. If you would like to do this could you please email Trish at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to organise. We are also happy to post the book at a cost of $6.00 to cover postage – if you would like to take up this option please also let Trish know and she will be able to take your details.

 

School Celebrations

Due to the closure of Presentation College Windsor at the end of the 2020 school year, there will be a series of events for members of our community to celebrate our rich history.  They will be as follows:

Windsor High Tea - Postponed

Sunday, 17 May 2020  |  2.00pm

The health and safety of our community is a priority at this time, so in line with Government social distancing recommendations, we have made the decision to postpone the Windsor High Tea, which was originally scheduled for Sunday, 17 May.
 
It is our hope that we will be able to reschedule the event for a weekend in September this year. As soon as we are in a position to recommence planning, we will advise our community of the updated details.
 
We thank you for your understanding during this time and pray that you and your families are safe and healthy.

Please ensure that we have your email address on file by contacting Nikki Williams at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or follow our social media pages, Facebook and Instagram, to be notified of any updates.

 

Gallery Art Show

Tuesday, 15 September 2020  |  6.00pm

Presentation College Windsor Hall

A collection of student artworks purchased by the College over the years will be on display at the annual Art Show.

 

Celebratory Community Mass & Afternoon Tea

Sunday, 22 November 2020

Mass  |  3.00pm at St Ignatius Church, Richmond

Afternoon Tea  |  4.30pm at Presentation College Windsor

At this point in time, bookings will open in Term 3. 

 

Commemorative Project

We would like to commemorate the school's history and capture its essence through the stories of the women who have walked the halls of the College.  To see this project come to fruition, we need your help!  So what can you do?

1. Share your stories

We are seeking past students across multiple decades that are willing to share memories of their daily school life, who can tell us what a typical school day and year was like during their times, what it was like to be a day student or a boarder, etc.

We are also interested to know what value/s and/or inspiration you received from an education at PCW.  Did it help guide you as you moved beyond the gates and went on to further studies; did a teacher or subject inspire a career pathway; did you make a wonderful home for your family; were you a Prefect, Captain, Dux, the lead in a production, do you have family connections with the College?

Please be aware that we are not necessarily only looking for past students whom have had high profile success since leaving PCW, we want to hear from many perspectives.  

If you would like to get involved, we invite you to complete this online form - http://bit.ly/pcwstories or contact Nikki Williams on 03 8517 2734 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

2. Nominate a fellow alumna

Perhaps you know of someone who has been doing great things in their careers, studies, or for their local community.  We are happy to receive nominations and leads that we can follow up.  You can also nominate them via our online form - http://bit.ly/pcwstories.

3. Share any pictures or memorabilia you have

If you have any pictures, yearbooks or memorabilia you would like to donate or share with the Alumnae Association (we would be happy to collect, scan and return your items to you), please contact Nikki Williams at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Final stories to be published will be selected by the Commemorative Project Committee to ensure coverage across multiple generations of students. 

 

 

Women of Windsor Alumnae Committee

Personal connections are a vital part of the Alumnae Committee's work. The ongoing work by the voluntary Alumnae Committee in making and maintaining connections with past students and supporting alumnae events in conjunction with the College, is essential.

Women of Windsor Alumnae Committee