Attending reunions would have to be one the most satisfying parts of my role as an Alumni and Community Manager here at Carey. Standing in a room witnessing the screams of excitement and seeing the hugs of joy as people reunite, I can’t help but feel moved. I have come to realise reunions can be an emotional time for many, particularly as we celebrate what we were and who we have become.
On Friday 10 August the Class of 2013 came back together after having left Carey five years ago. With over 100 in attendance, some not having seen each other for five years, there were certainly many screams of joy. Watching the group mingle as they …Read more
We are delighted to announce that 10 Carey Art and Design works from 2017 have been included in the Independent Schools Victoria (ISV) Student Art Exhibition. This exhibition is showcasing the best of Art and Design from select independent schools from around Victoria. The following works from 2017 Carey students have been included: …Read more
The combined Carey Parent Associations would like to invite you to support the JMB Foundation by signing up for any one of the five Melbourne Marathon events – full marathon, half marathon, 10km run, 5.7km run, or 3km walk. This is the first time we are asking parents to join in this worthwhile cause.
For 11 years, Carey students and the Old Carey Grammarians Association (OCGA) have been involved with the Medibank MelbourneMarathon Festival to help raise much-needed funds for one of our own, James Macready-Bryan, and many other young people living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) in Australia.