- 1996 (Creation)
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A4 bound magazines from 1996 onward.
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St Stithians College was founded in 1953 and consisted at the time of the founding BP and BC classes. Planning for the girl's schools began in 1994. In 1995, the girls' schools started with grade 0 - grade 3 in the boys' prep buildings which now serve the Junior Prep under the name St Stithians Collegiate. The first senior girls were admitted to the Girls' College in 1996. In 2000 the names of the girls' schools were changed to Girls' College and Girls' Prep and the junior classes (Grade 0 - Grade 2) became part of the Junior Prep.
A full set of physical yearbooks has been retained by the Libraries and Archives over the years and includes a few donated copies.
One bound set is available in the GC/GP Resource Centre and a second set in the Archive. Three separate copies of each yearbook are kept in the Archive. Copies over and above these are available for distribution to any alumnus requiring a copy.
All yearbooks have been digitised.
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School yearbooks recording the life and activities of the Girls' College from 1996 onward.
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Record created by MR 20200818