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City of London

School for girls

City of London School for Girls endeavours to support the development of young women to succeed in their chosen path after leaving school.

The City of London Old Girls' Association began its life two years after the school started in 1894. The original aim was to provide the means for former pupils to keep in touch with each other and the school.  The aims of CLOGA today have changed very little over the years. It arranges meetings, reunions and outings to places of interest. It produces an excellent magazine each year with contributions from former pupils from all over the world and across the generations.

The school is regarded with particular affection by many Old Girls and there are always a number of girls at the school whose mothers and sometimes grandmothers attended the school so the tradition of being educated at City is maintained. Members of CLOGA are warmly invited to some events at the School and these are advertised both here on the website and in our regular mailings that go out to members.

CLOGA Membership  

Anyone wishing to join the Association should contact who will be pleased to provide additional information and an application form.

Visit our password protected pages for alumni at, or by clicking on the alumni tab at the top of the page.

Embankment, 1930's