Some former Head Girls get together
Mrs Edwards enjoys the company of some of our most long-standing alumni
High March is always delighted to hear from past pupils and receive updates of their successes and career choices.
If you are a former pupil and would like to be part of our Old Girls' network, please click on the link below to register your details with us.
In addition, High March holds occasional Old Girls' events, like our recent well-attended 80th anniversary celebration. The School welcomed over 140 visitors, with past pupils and teachers alike reminiscing about their happy times at High March. The reunion included 10 former Head Girls, who enjoyed the opportunity to catch up with friends and look round the School. 'There have been so many changes since I was here,' said Lauren Garnham, Head Girl in 1999. 'The facilities have been extended and updated and it is lovely to have the opportunity to come back and visit.'
The Honourable Jenefer Farncombe, who attended High March along with her two sisters, three cousins and, more recently, her two children, said, 'The family atmosphere at High March has not changed over the years, it is a very happy School.' The oldest visitor was Lady Myrica Anson, who had boarded at the school during the war and was able to point out where the air raid shelter was located.