Membership of the BHSOGA has been free of charge, to all alumnae and former members of staff, since January 2016. In order to access the members’ pages of this website however, you will still need to fill out an application form below, giving us your contact details, and the years when you were at school.
You will receive log-in details to the website, and a copy of the annual Newsletter. A reunion takes place at least once each year.
To join, please complete the electronic application form below.
Alternatively you can download and print the application form
here. Then send to:
BHSOGA Membership, C/o Blackheath High School, 27 Vanbrugh Park, Blackheath, London SE3 7AG
Membership enquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your details will be added to our secure BHSOGA database. In line with data protection legislation, your personal contact details are never passed on to anyone else without your prior written consent and our database clearly identifies those of you who have told us that only members of the committee may have access to your personal information.
You will need to complete our Data Protection Declaration, telling us whether your personal details may be passed to other BHS alumnae, the School or the GDST.
The Trust never passes on alumnae contact details to any other organisation and the members of its Alumnae Network will receive just one hard copy mailing a year of its annual publication, ‘Verve’, plus electronic newsletters once a term. Verve is an interesting magazine, containing reports on GDST affairs and alumnae successes, along with details of trips, walking tours and other exclusive events arranged for its members.
‘Class of’ – Definition
For the majority of our members, ‘class of’ will be the same year that they finished at BHS, aged 18. For those alumnae who left BHS before the end of the Sixth Form/Year 13, ‘class of’ means the end of the academic year in which they reached the age of 18, having left BHS earlier to complete their secondary education elsewhere. This date helps us to identify peer groups and is very helpful to us when organising year group reunions.