Our students go on to achieve great things and we have a growing worldwide alumni community of thousands in over 30 countries. There’s a whole range of ways for you to stay in touch with us and with each other.
The strong sense of community fostered at Wolverhampton Grammar School means that many of our alumni also choose to give something back by providing practical support and advice to current students or with a donation or legacy. If you would like to find out how you can offer support visit our Careers and Network pages to learn more.
Did you go to Wolverhampton Grammar School? We want to hear from you, contact Gail Evans email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01902 421326 or use the online form here to join our mailing list to make sure you don’t miss out.
For a school with over 500 years of history we have an alumni family located in every corner of the world and representing pretty much every industry and sector.
It’s really important that you keep us up to date with your whereabouts and contact details to make sure you are getting the most of your relationship with us, and each other.
A number of Old Wulfrunians have already sent us their profiles, you can learn more about them here:
Old Wulfrunians in America Inc. was established to provide a forum for US based OWs. Our US former students also explore ways of supporting the school to ensure it can continue to meet the needs of students now, as it did when they were in attendance.
Specifically the aims and objectives of Old Wulfrunians in America are as follows:
Membership of OWs in the USA is open to all former students who are based in the USA and as the group develops we hope it will offer some of the following:
Robin Cooper is the President of the Old Wulfrunians In America charity. It is through his dedication, drive and great generosity that Wolverhampton Grammar School is now able to fundraise effectively in the USA. Working alongside Robin is Mr Nigel Blower who is the Secretary of the charity.
The charity was set up as an exempt charitable organisation under Section (501) (3) of American charity law in order to provide an effective vehicle for supporters to donate to the charity. The benefits to supporters of giving to a (501) (3) organisation are:
As an exempt charitable organisation under Section (501) (3) the mission statement of Old Wulfrunians in America is as follows: The primary object of the Organisation is to improve education. Old Wulfrunians are people of any nationality who have attended Wolverhampton Grammar School in England. They are interested in making an impact on the education of children where they live as well as supporting the activities, as they relate to the education of children, of the school that they attended.
Wolverhampton Grammar School has benefited from the generosity of many benefactors over the years. To learn more about the OWs in the USA or how you can support the School in other ways, contact Gail Evans email: email@example.com or telephone: +44 (0)1902 421326