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Mebourne OAs Meet-up

OAs in Melbourne met up on 2 August at Meatworks Co. for a splendid reunion lunch to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of Dulwich College.

Sydney OA Dinner

Sydney marked the 400th year with dinner on 1st August.

Alleynian Sailing Society - Boys’ Sail Training Week 2019

The Alleynian Sailing Society was at least 35 years old this year so it was with a sense of occasion that we embarked on the Boys’ Sail Training Week on the 14th July. Boys are offered the chance to join a small fleet of sailing yachts, exploring The Solent and learning the ropes along the way.

Philip Storey RIP

We are sad to announce that Philip Storey has passed away following a short battle with cancer.

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Old Alleynians

Notable OA's

A number of Dulwich College alumni or Old Alleynians have made a significant impact on our world.

In Memoriam

A record of Old Alleynians who have passed away

Publications

Find all recent OA publications.

The Alleyn Club Celebrating 400 Years

In 2019 The Alleyn Club and Dulwich College will commemorate its 400th Anniversary, find out more about our plans for the year here

School Song

Pueri Alleynienses

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College Life

Join an enthusiastic group of parents and staff who meet socially and raise money for the College and local charities

In 2019 Dulwich College will commemorate its 400th Anniversary, celebrating a distinguished tradition of scholarship and access

Over 60 clubs and societies encourage boys of all ages to come together to share their ideas and enthusiasm

In 2019 Dulwich College will commemorate its 400th Anniversary, celebrating a distinguished tradition of scholarship and access

Sport plays a central role in our boys’ education, helping promote a healthy and active lifestyle for everyone

Igniting, inventing and imagining drives every boy and the creative arts afford boys the opportunity to take risks and excel