When our girls say farewell to the school, we don’t just say goodbye and good luck for the future, we strive to keep in touch and offer our support to old girls as and when they need it – whether it be support in a change of direction or advice on career paths. Old girls often come back to school to present to current girls about their life since entering the world of university or work
Our Alumnae hold annual events which allow our girls to meet up on a regular basis. Dates of forthcoming events will be announced on this website.
Founded in 1876, St.Hilary's School was the leading independent all girls school in Alderley Edge. In 1955, St Hilary’s became members of the Woodard Corporation and developed the Old Girls’ Association.
In 1945, another independent all girls school opened in Cheshire, Mount Carmel Roman Catholic School. Mount Carmel also has an Old Girls’ Association and are members of Sisters of St. Joseph of the Apparition.
In 1999, the two leading schools merged to become Alderley Edge School for Girls. The alumnae can be contacted through the school on 01625 583028 or by emailing email@example.com.
St Hilary’s (1876 – 1999) - Jenny Youatt
Mount Carmel (1945 – 1999) - Gay Acton and Tina Luckhurst
Alderley Edge School for Girls (1999+) - Sara Peters and Alex Barrie