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Our Alumnae

Our Old Girls represent an incredible breadth and depth of accomplishments. 
In their hearts, they never really leave BSS. Our alumnae often return as speakers, mentors, advisors and role models for our current students - and that's where today's girls benefit the most.

Alumnae News & Events

List of 3 news stories.

  • Register for Reunion!

    Join us for our annual Reunion celebration! We look forward to welcoming back our graduates and celebrating our alum community. Reconnect, create new memories, and catch up with past classmates and faculty. This year, we are honouring class years ending in 8 and 3. Register here!
  • Calling All BSS Alum Singers!

    You have an opportunity to perform again in a BSS Choir! We will be forming a Reunion Choir for the Reunion Chapel Service which will be held on Friday, May 26 starting at 5:30 PM, as part of the Reunion festivities. You do not have to be from one of the celebrated years - (ending in 3 and 8) everyone is welcome to participate.
  • Intersection

    Intersection is an annual whole school event that celebrates the arts across the school. This student and parent event highlights the remarkable work of our students, Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12. Intersection will take place on Thursday, May 11 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Stay tuned for more details!
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A powerful education and lifelong friendships aren’t the only benefits of being a BSS graduate. Log in to our exclusive alumnae portal BSS Connect - your one-stop-shop for all things Old Girl. Reconnect with fellow alumnae, give back, and leverage your network, through:

  • Old Girls News and Spotlights
  • Job postings
  • Mentorship opportunities
  • Events calendar
  • Regional Groups
  • BSS Connect Business Directory
Assembly celebrates the vibrant lives of BSS Old Girls - their achievements, their impact on the world and the challenges they face. It connects our diverse community through stories, experiences and the common tie that BSS alumnae all share.

Visit our Publications page to read Assembly.
The Distinguished Old Girl Award (DOGA) is presented to an alumna who has made a difference in the lives of others by giving back to the community, contributing a great deal to her profession, or showing tremendous leadership.

Contact Us

Diana Alepian, Director, Parent & Alumnae Engagement

To update your alumnae profile and contact information, email