The alumni community at Beaconhills is growing quickly! There are so many personal and professional benefits from staying connected.

Get involved

As our alumni community expands into the tens of thousands, so too does our vibrant alumni program. We welcome your ‘time, talent or treasure’ to help contribute to the ongoing success of the College.


Why not volunteer to share your personal or professional wisdom with current students? Beaconhills runs Lux Luceat Society dinners and alumni lectures throughout the year. We also welcome your expertise and guidance to students as part of our mentoring program, with business mentorship in the form of traineeships or cadetships invited.


Many former students actively support fundraising initiatives in a variety of ways, such as contributing to the Community Education Support Fund (CESF) to help College families who are doing it tough due to illness or a sudden change in financial circumstances.

Connect with alumni on social media

The Beaconhills Alumni facebook group is one great way to connect to other students, hear about reunions or take a trip down memory lane with some old photographs.

Volunteer your time or talent

We welcome enquiries from alumni who would like to be guest speakers, mentors to students, or give back in other ways.

Express your interest by submitting the form below.

Update your details

If you have moved, changed numbers or just haven’t yet had time to let us know your contact details, now is your chance. Use the link below to register.

Alumni events

Alumni reunions have become popular events at Beaconhills. Reunions are held at the one, five, 10 and 20 year mark. There are also other special College events where alumni are welcomed.


Alumni are also increasingly part of major community service events and other outreach and service programs. If you don’t want to miss news of upcoming events, register your details below.

Alumni stories

Our alumni are carving their own paths in many interesting ways. These videos below share their stories.

Cassandra Catic

Commercial photographer Cassandra Catic credits her Beaconhills Media teacher for inspiring her creative career choice.

Kirsten Hawker

Kirsten Hawker competed at the Olympic Swimming Trials, but the career she eventually chose may surprise you.

Brett Ashby

Brett Ashby’s visual arts teachers helped kick-start his exciting  international career as an artist.

Jadyen Newstead

Particle physicist Jayden Newstead’s fascinating research enables him to explore the mysteries of the universe.

Blayne Bertoncello

Accomplished chef Blayne Bertoncello has made sustainability the foundation of his menu at his successful Beaconsfield restaurant.