There are two major events held each year by the Old Scholars Association.

Old Scholars Dinner

As well as separate reunions that occur from time to time (details of which can be found in the newsletter or on this website), the flagship event for the AHSOSA is the Annual Dinner, held each year, in the middle of the year.

Details on this years event can be found on the Old Scholars Dinner page.

Year level cohorts from as early as the 1920s attend to hear the guest speaker but mainly to catch up with friends and classmates from their school days. Those in attendance sing the school hymn and say the War Cry with great zest. A roll-call also takes place.

The speakers at the dinners from past years have been:

2023 Mrs Judy Gillett-Ferguson
2022 Mr Peter Ahladas
2019 Ms Sophie Tedmanson
2018 Mr Fotis Kapetopoulos
2017  Ms Gisele Blanchard
2016 Dr Ross Sweet
2015 Mr Loukas Founten
2014  Mr Peter Sanderson
2013 Ms Frances Nelson QC
2012  Mr Nick Scopelitis
2011 Mr Ian Glover
2010  Mr Matthew Loveder
2009  Ms Lauren Novak
2008  Centenary Dinner Speakers
- Kate Mitchell
- Stephen Mitchell
- Ann Mitchell
- John Mitchell
- Elizabeth Silsbury
- Chris Sumner


On the afternoon of the first Saturday in August, female old scholars ('the old girls') of Adelaide High School meet in the school hall to catch up with old friends and to reflect on their time at the school. The Prefects of 50 years ago are presented to the gathering and they reflect on their experiences.

Current day Prefects are present at this significant public occasion to converse with the ladies present and to serve afternoon tea. This proves to be a significant experience for both groups of people.

All 'old girls' are invited to attend and to join in the celebration that this important tradition represents.