Old Boys

The terms Old Boys and Old Girls are the usual expressions in use in the United Kingdom for former pupils of primary and secondary schools.[1] While these are traditionally associated with independent schools, they are also used for some schools in the state sector. The term is also used for those who attended New Zealand schools, Sri Lankan schools, a few universities in the UK and, to a lesser extent, schools in Australia, Canada, South Africa and Spain.

The Old Boy form is given a specific identification for each school. Some schools use an adjectival form of the school name, such as "Old Etonian", "Old Harrovian", or "Old Oundelian" (old boys of Eton College, Harrow School, and Oundle School).[1] Some use a Latin form derived from the Latin name of the school or its location as "Old Novaportan" (old boys of Adams' Grammar School, Newport, Shropshire). Some are based on the name of the founder, such as "Old Wykehamist" and "Old Alleynian" (for old boys of Winchester College, founded by William of Wykeham, and Dulwich College, founded by Edward Alleyn). Some are based on the school's location or street, such as "Old Gowers" (for University College School, originally in Gower Street). Many of the schools have histories dating back several hundred years, and the Old Boy forms may have been in use for a hundred years or more. Other more recently established schools have devised Old Boy names that are distinctive to prevent confusion with other schools. The tradition for many girls' schools has been to use the term "Seniors" rather than "Old Girls".

Almost all of these schools have old boy associations that use the official name. Some schools have amalgamated or been renamed through various transformations, but they usually maintain a consistent name for their old boy associations. Many of these schools have teams that compete nationally in sports such as cricket, rugby union, association football, field hockey and golf, and these teams are usually referred to by the standard Old Boy name, although some also have nicknames. In deference to this tradition, the standard "Old Boys" is often used for sporting clubs and used as part of many sporting associations and clubs worldwide. Examples include Argentine football club Newell's Old Boys, New Zealand rugby union club High School Old Boys RFC and Swiss football club BSC Old Boys.

Lists of schools and old boy associations

India

SchoolTypeOld Boys/GirlsDerivationLocationNotes
Bishop Cotton Boys' School, BangaloreOld Cottonians[2]
The Doon School, DehradunDoscos[3][4]A contraction of "Doon" and "School"
La Martiniere CalcuttaOld Martinians[5]
La Martiniere LucknowOld Martinians[5]
Mayo CollegeOld Mayoites[6]
Mayo College Girls SchoolOld Mayoites[6]
Mount Carmel SchoolMount Carmelites
St Paul's School, DarjeelingOld Paulites[7]
Rashtriya Indian Military College, DehradunOld Rimcollians[8]From abbreviation of name to "RIM Coll."
Lawrence School, SanawarOld Sanawarians[9]
Lawrence School, LovedaleOld Lawrencians[10]

New Zealand

SchoolTypeOld Boys/GirlsDerivationLocationNotes
King's College, AucklandOld Collegians
St Peter's College, AucklandSt Peter's Old BoysSt Peter's College Old Boys Association
Tawa College, WellingtonTawa College Old Boys

Sri Lanka

SchoolTypeOld Boys/GirlsDerivationLocationNotes
Dharmaraja College, KandyOld Rajans
Nalanda College, ColomboOld Nalandians
Royal College, ColomboOld RoyalistsColombo
S. Thomas' College, Mount LaviniaOld Thomians
Trinity College, KandyOld Trinitians
Zahira College, ColomboOld Zahirians

South Africa

SchoolTypeOld Boys/GirlsDerivationLocationNotes
Diocesan CollegeOld Diocesans
Grey College, BloemfonteinOld Greys
Highbury Preparatory SchoolOld Highburians
Hilton CollegeOld Hiltonians
Kearsney CollegeKearsney College Old Boys
Roedean School (South Africa)Old Roedeanians
King Edward VII School (Johannesburg)Old Edwardians
Maritzburg CollegeOld Collegians
MichaelhouseMichaelhouse Old Boys
Paarl Boys' High SchoolPaarl Old Boys
Paarl GimnasiumPaarl Gimnasium Old Boys
Rondebosch Boys' High SchoolRondebosch Old Boys
St Stithians CollegeOld Stithians
St Andrew's College, GrahamstownOld AndreansFrom Andreas, Latin for "Andrew"
Selborne CollegeOld Selbornians

Spain

SchoolTypeOld Boys/GirlsDerivationLocationNotes
Instituto San IsidroOld Franciscans
Runnymede CollegeOld Runnymedians
Colegio del PilarOld Pilarists
Colegio GazteluetaOld Opusdeists
Nuestra Señora de MontesiónOld Zionists

United States

SchoolTypeOld Boys/GirlsDerivationLocationNotes
Phillips AcademyOld Phillipians

United Kingdom

SchoolTypeOld Boys/GirlsDerivationLocationNotes
Abingdon SchoolIndependent day and boarding schoolOld Abingdonians[11]Abingdon-on-Thames
Adams' Grammar SchoolGrammar school, Boarding school, AcademyOld Novaportans[12]From the town in which the school is situatedNewport, Shropshire
Addey and Stanhope SchoolVoluntary-aidedOld Addeyans [13]From the founder of the Addey School, John Addey[14]Lewisham, London
Aldenham SchoolOld Aldenhamians[15]
Ampleforth CollegeOld Amplefordians[16]
Archbishop Tenison's Church of England High School, CroydonOld Tenisonians
Archbishop Tenison's Church of England SchoolOld Tenisonians[17]Same foundation
Ardingly CollegeOld Ardinians[18]"Ardinian" refers to Ardingly
Arnold SchoolOld Arnoldians[19][20]
Ashville CollegeOld Ashvillians[21]
Astley Sports College and Community High SchoolOld Astleians
Bablake SchoolOld WheatleyansFrom the school's main benefactor, Thomas Wheatley
Badminton SchoolOld Badmintonians [22]
Bancroft's SchoolOld Bancroftians[23]
Batley Grammar SchoolOld Batelians"Bately" is an alternative spelling of Batley
Bedales SchoolOld Bedalians[24]
Bedford SchoolOld Bedfordians[25][26]
Bedford Modern SchoolOld Bedford Modernians[27]
Bedlingtonshire Community High SchoolOld Bedlingtonians
St Bede's College, ManchesterOld Bedians
Bemrose SchoolOld BemrosiansClosed 1989
Benenden SchoolBenenden Seniors"Seniors" avoids the term "old girls"
Berkhamsted SchoolOld Berkhamstedians[28]
Birkdale SchoolOld Birkdalians
Birkenhead SchoolOld Birkonians
Bishop Gore SchoolOld Goreans
Bishop's Stortford CollegeOld Stortfordians[29]
Bishop Wordsworth's SchoolOld Wordsworthians
Bloxham SchoolOld Bloxhamists
Blundell's SchoolOld Blundellians
Bolton SchoolOld Boltonians
Bootham SchoolBootham Old Scholars
Bradfield CollegeOld Bradfieldians
Bradford Grammar SchoolOld Bradfordians
Brentwood School (Essex)Old Brentwoods
Bridgnorth Endowed SchoolOld Bridgnorthians
Brighton CollegeOld Brightonians
Bristol Cathedral Choir SchoolOld Cathedralians
Bristol Grammar SchoolOld Bristolians-
Bromley High SchoolBromley Old Girls
Bromsgrove SchoolOld Bromsgrovians
Bruce Castle SchoolOld BrucastriansCastra is Latin for castleClosed 1891
Bryanston SchoolOld Bryanstonians
Bury Grammar SchoolOld ClaviansFrom the school motto Sanctas Clavis Hic Fores Aperit (c. 1570)
Buxton CollegeOld Buxtonians
Calday Grange Grammar SchoolOld Caldeians
Campbell CollegeOld Campbellians
Canford SchoolOld Canfordians
Caterham SchoolOld Caterhamians
Charterhouse SchoolOld CarthusiansFrom the Carthusian Order, which founded the Charterhouses
Chatham House Grammar SchoolOld RuymiansFrom an old name for Thanet
Cheadle Hulme SchoolOld WaconiansFrom the former name of Warehousemen and Clerks' Orphan Schools (WaCO)
Cheltenham CollegeOld CheltoniansCheltenham changed to Chelton-
Chigwell SchoolOld Chigwellians
Christ College, BreconOld Breconians
Christ's HospitalOld Blues
Churcher's CollegeOld Churcherians
City of London SchoolOld Citizens"Citizen" originally referred to one belonging to a city
City of Oxford SchoolCity of Oxford School Old Boys
Clifton CollegeOld Cliftonians
Colchester Royal Grammar SchoolOld Colcestrians
Colfe's SchoolOld Colfeians
The College of Richard CollyerOld Collyerians
Cothill HousePrepOld Cothillians
Cranleigh SchoolOld Cranleighans
Culford SchoolOld Culfordians
Dauntsey's SchoolOld Dauntseians
Dean Close SchoolOld DecaniansDecanus is Latin for Dean
Denstone CollegeOld Denstonians
Derby SchoolOld DerbeiansClosed 1989
Derby Grammar SchoolAdopted name of former school's old boys by permission of Old Derbeian Association
Diss Grammar SchoolOld Dysseans
Dollar AcademyOld Academicals
Douai SchoolOld DowegiansFrom Douai's medieval English name Doway (compare Norwegian)
Dover CollegeOld Dovorians
Dover Grammar School for BoysOld PharosiansFrom Latin pharos, lighthouse, referring to the Roman lighthouses for which Dover was once famous.
Downe House SchoolDowne House SeniorsAvoids term "old girls"
Down High SchoolOld DunumiansTaken from the schools Latin Motto, "Floreat Dunum"
Downside SchoolOld GregoriansFounded by Gregorian Order
Dragon SchoolOld Dragons
Dulwich CollegeOld AlleyniansAfter the founder (1619) Edward Alleyn
Durham SchoolOld DunelmiansDunelm is the Latin signature of the Bishop of Durham
Eastbourne CollegeOld Eastbournians
Edinburgh AcademyEdinburgh Academicals
Elizabeth College, GuernseyOld ElizabethansGuernsey
Ellesmere CollegeOld Ellesmerians
Eltham CollegeOld Elthamians
Emanuel SchoolOld Emanuels
Epsom CollegeOld Epsomians
Ermysted's Grammar SchoolOld Ermystedians
Eton CollegeOld Etonians
Exeter SchoolOld Exonians
Fairfield Grammar SchoolOld Fairfieldians
Felsted SchoolOld Felstedians
Fettes CollegeOld Fettesians
Forest School (Walthamstow)Old Foresters
Foster's SchoolOld Fosterians
Framlingham CollegeOld Framlinghamians
Frensham Heights SchoolOld Frenshamians
Friars School, BangorOld DominicansEstablished on a Dominican Friary (1557)
Furness AcademyOld Barrovians"Barrovian" refers to the Barrow of Barrow-in-Furness
Giggleswick SchoolOld Giggleswickians
Glenalmond CollegeOld Glenalmond
Godolphin and Latymer SchoolOld DolphinsAbbreviation of Godolphin
GordonstounOld Gordonstounians
Gresham's SchoolOld Greshamians
Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' SchoolOld Haberdashers
Haileybury and Imperial Service CollegeOld Haileyburians
Hampton SchoolOld Hamptonians
Hanley Castle High SchoolOld Hancastrians
The Harrodian SchoolOld Harrodians
Harrow SchoolIndOld Harrovians
Harrow High SchoolCompOld GaytoniansAfter original site in Gayton Road
HawtreysPrepOld Hawtreysians
Headington School, OxfordOld Headingtonians
Hereford Cathedral SchoolOld Herefordians
Highgate SchoolOld CholmeleiansAfter founder Sir Roger Cholmeley
Hull Grammar SchoolHull Old Grammarians
Hulme Grammar SchoolOldham Hulmeians
Hurstpierpoint CollegeOld JohniansFormerly St John's College, Hurstpierpoint
Hymers CollegeOld Hymerians
Ibstock Place SchoolOld Ibstonians
Ilford County High SchoolOld ParkoniansFrom former name Park Higher Grade School
Ilkeston Grammar SchoolOld Ilkestonians
Ipswich SchoolOld Ipswichians
John Roan SchoolOld Roans
The Judd SchoolOld Juddians
Kelly CollegeOld Kelleians
Kendrick SchoolKendrick Old Girls
Kimbolton SchoolOld Kimboltians
King's College SchoolOld Kings
King's College, TauntonOld AlurediansName "King's College" was given in honour of King Alfred, and "Aluredian" refers to him
The King's School, ChesterOld King's ScholarsChester
The King's School, CanterburyOld King's ScholarsCanterbury
The King's School, PeterboroughOld Petriburgians
King's School, RochesterOld Roffensians"Roffensis" is a Latin adjective from Rochester's name in Old English
The King's School, WorcesterOld VigorniansLatin Vigorniensis, of Worcester
King's School, BrutonOld Brutonians
King Edward VI AstonAston Old Edwardians
King Edward VI School (Bury St Edmunds)Old Burians
King Edward VI Grammar School (Chelmsford)Old Chelmsfordians
King Edward VI School, SouthamptonOld EdwardiansSouthampton
King Edward VII School, SheffieldOld EdwardiansSheffield
King Edward's School, BirminghamOld EdwardiansBirmingham
King Edward's School, WitleyOld Witleians
King Henry VIII School, CoventryOld Coventrians
King George V CollegeOld Georgians
Kingswood SchoolOld KingswoodiansBath
Kirkham Grammar SchoolOld Kirkhamians
Lancaster Royal Grammar SchoolOld Lancastrians
Lancing CollegeOld Lancing
Langley School, LoddonIceniansRefers to the Iceni who once occupied the locality
Latymer Upper SchoolOld Latymerians
Lawrence Sheriff SchoolOld Laurentians
Leicester Grammar SchoolOld Leicestrians
Leighton Park SchoolOld Leightonians
Leeds Grammar SchoolOld Leodiensians
Liverpool CollegeOld Lerpoolians
The Leys SchoolOld Leysians
The London Oratory SchoolOld Oratorians/London Oratorians
The Cathedral School, LlandaffOld Llandavians
Llandovery CollegeOld Llandoverians
Lord Williams's School, ThameOld TamensiansRefers to Thame
Loretto SchoolOld Lorettonians
Loughborough Grammar SchoolOld Loughburians
Ludgrove SchoolOld Ludgrovians
Lewis School, PengamOld LudovicansLudovicus, the Latin version of the name 'Lewis'
Lycée Français Charles de GaulleIndependent previously Lycée Français de Londres
Magdalen College School, OxfordOld WaynfletesAfter founder, William Waynflete
Maidstone Grammar SchoolOld Maidstonians
Malvern SchoolOld Malvernians
Manchester Grammar SchoolOld MancuniansMancunia, a Latin name for Manchester
Marlborough CollegeOld Marlburians
Merchant Taylors' School, CrosbyOld Crosbeians
Merchant Taylors' School, NorthwoodOld Merchant Taylors
Merchiston Castle SchoolMerchistonians
Midhurst Grammar SchoolOld Midhurstians
MillfieldOld Millfieldians
Mill Hill SchoolOld Millhillians
Monkton Combe SchoolOld Monktonians
Monkwearmouth SchoolOld Monkwearmuthians
Mount Radford SchoolOld Radfordians
North London Collegiate SchoolOld North Londoners
Northampton School for BoysOld Northamptonians
Norwich SchoolOld NorvicensiansFrom Norvic, Latin name of Norwich
Nottingham High SchoolOld Nottinghamians
Oakham SchoolOld Oakhamians
Old Swinford HospitalOld FoleyansAfter founder, Thomas Foley
The Oratory SchoolOld Oratorians
Oswestry SchoolOld Oswestrians[30]
Oundle SchoolOld Oundelians
Pangbourne CollegeOld Pangbournians
Pate's Grammar SchoolOld Patesians
The Perse SchoolOld Perseans
Peter Symonds CollegeOld Symondians
Pierrepont School, FrenshamOld Pierrepontians
Pocklington SchoolOld Pocklingtonians
Port Regis SchoolOld Portregians
Portsmouth Grammar SchoolOld Portmuthians
Portora Royal SchoolOld Portorans
The Prebendal SchoolOld Prebendalians
Princethorpe CollegeOld Princethorpians
Queen's College, LondonOld Queens
Queen's College, TauntonOld Queenians
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, BlackburnOld Blackburnians
Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, WakefieldOld SaviliansAfter one of founders Thomas Saville (1591)
Queen Elizabeth's HospitalOld Elizabethans
Queen Margaret's School, YorkOld Margaretians
Queen Mary's Grammar SchoolGrammarOld MariansWalsall
Queenswood SchoolOld Queenswoodians
Radley CollegeOld Radleians
Ratcliffe CollegeOld Ratcliffians
Ravenscroft SchoolOld Ravens
Reading SchoolOld Redingensians
Reed's SchoolOld Reedonians
Reigate Grammar SchoolOld Reigatians
Repton SchoolOld Reptonians
Rendcomb CollegeOld Rendcombians
Ripon Grammar SchoolOld Riponians
Roedean SchoolOld Roedeanians
Rossall SchoolOld Rossallians
Royal Belfast Academical InstitutionOld Instonians
RGS WorcesterOld ElizabethansChartered by Queen Elizabeth I
Royal Grammar School, GuildfordOld Guildfordians
Royal Grammar School, NewcastleOld NovocastriansFrom Novocastria, Latin name of Newcastle
Royal Grammar School, High WycombeOld Wycombiensians
Royal Russell SchoolOld Russellians
The Royal School, ArmaghOld Armachians
Royal Wolverhampton SchoolOld Royals
Rugby SchoolOld Rugbeians
Ruthin SchoolOld Ruthinians
Rutlish SchoolOld Rutlishians
Rydal PenrhosOld Rydalians
Rye St Antony SchoolOld Girls of Rye
Shrewsbury SchoolOld SalopiansFrom Salopia, the Latin for Shropshire
Seaford CollegeOld Seafordians
Sedbergh SchoolOld Sedberghians
Sevenoaks SchoolOld Sennockians"Sennock", a local pronunciation of "Sevenoaks"
Sherborne SchoolOld Shirburnians
Sir George Monoux CollegeOld Monovians
Sir John Deane's College, NorthwichOld WittoniansFrom Witton, an ancient name for Northwich
Solihull SchoolOld SilhilliansSolihull demonym
The Skinners' SchoolOld Skinners
St Andrew's School, PangbournePrepOld St Andrews
St Bees SchoolOld St BeghiansFrom Saint Bega
St Benedict's SchoolOld PrioriansFrom school's original name, Ealing Priory School
St Clement Danes SchoolOld Danes
St Columba's College, St AlbansOld ColumbansSt Albans
St Dunstan's CollegeOld Dunstonians
St Edward's School, OxfordOld St Edwards
St Faith's SchoolOld FideliansFides, fidelis Latin for "faith"
St George's College, WeybridgeOld GeorgiansWeybridge
St George's School, HarpendenOld GeorgiansHarpenden
St Ignatius' CollegeOld Ignatians
St Ivo SchoolOld Ivoans
St John's College, PortsmouthOld JohanniansPer Laborem Ad HonoremSouthsea, Portsmouth
St John's School, LeatherheadOld JohniansLeatherhead
St Lawrence College, RamsgateOld Lawrentians
St Leonard's SchoolSt Leonards School SeniorsAvoids term old boys
St Olave's Grammar SchoolOld Olavians
St Paul's School, LondonOld Paulines
St Paul's Girls' SchoolOld Paulinas
St Peter's School, YorkOld Peterites
St Swithun's School, WinchesterOld Swithunites
Stamford SchoolOld Stamfordians
Stowe SchoolOld StoicsA pun on the name of "Stowe" and the philosophy of Stoicism
Stonyhurst CollegeOld Stonyhursts
Stockport Grammar SchoolOld Stopfordians"Stopfordian" means 'of Stockport'
Strand SchoolOld Strandians
Summer Fields SchoolOld Summerfieldians
Sunningdale SchoolOld Sunningdalians
Sutton Grammar School for BoysOld Suttonians
Sutton Valence SchoolOld SVAbbreviation
Taunton SchoolOld Tauntonians
Tonbridge SchoolOld Tonbridgians
Trent CollegeOld TridentsFrom Tridentum, the Latin name of Trent
Trinity School of John WhitgiftOld Mid-WhitgiftiansThe original name of Trinity School was Whitgift Middle School|
Truro SchoolOld Truronians
Twyford SchoolOld Twyfordians
University College SchoolOld GowersAfter Gower Street, where it was located
Upton Court Grammar SchoolOld PaludiansFrom Latin palus, a slough. See also Slough Grammar School
Victoria College, JerseyOld Victorians
Uppingham SchoolOld Uppinghamians
Wallington County Grammar SchoolOld Walcountians
Warminster SchoolOld VerluciansWilliam Camden's identification of the Roman town of Verlucio with Warminster[31]
Watford Grammar School for BoysOld FulleriansAfter founder Elizabeth Fuller
Warwick SchoolOld Warwickians
Wells Cathedral SchoolOld Wellensians[32]
Wellingborough SchoolOld Wellingburians
Wellington College, BerkshireOld Wellingtonians
West Buckland SchoolOld West Bucklands
West Downs SchoolOld West DownsClosed 1988
West Hill Park SchoolOld Westhillians[33]
Westcliff High School for BoysOld Westcliffians
Westminster SchoolOld Westminsters
Whitgift SchoolOld Whitgiftians
William Hulme's Grammar SchoolOld Hulmeians
Wilson's SchoolOld Wilsonians
Wimbledon CollegeOld Wimbledonians
Wisbech Grammar SchoolWisbech Old Grammarians
Worksop CollegeOld Worksopians
Wrekin CollegeOld Wrekinians
Wolverhampton Grammar SchoolOld WulfruniansWulfrunia, Latin for Wolverhampton
Worth SchoolOld Worthians
Wycliffe College (Gloucestershire)Old Wycliffians
Winchester CollegeOld WykehamistsAfter founder William of Wykeham (1382)
Woodhouse Grove SchoolOld Grovians
Wycombe AbbeyWycombe Abbey Seniors
Yarm SchoolOld YarumiansAfter the Viking name for Yarm, Yarum

See also

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