Old Salvatorians Alumni (OSA)
Since being established in July 2015, there are now over 400 ex-pupils or staff who have joined to recieve information and news of the school; the number incorporates members of the Old Salvatorians Association.
A number of ex-pupils are currently actively helping the school who also represented the football club for many years - Martin Reilly is an active member of the Parent Teachers and Friends Association, Brendan Morahan is a Governor and Eddy Dempsey is helping the OSA.
The aims of the alumni are to
Provide a forum for past pupils to maintain contact with each other
Provide a communication link between past pupils and the school, sharing advice on developments within both communities
Act as a conduit to enable past pupils to support the future development of the school should they wish via sharing of knowledge, experience and fund raising for specific projects
The vision is that Salvatorian College is supported by a thriving, engaged alumni community that helps the school to do more for its students.
you're an old boy of the school or teacher, you can sign up to hear more about what the school is doing, plans for its rebuild next year and 90th anniversary in 2016 by joining in one of three ways;
Via the school web site www.salvatoriancollege.com/107/salvatorian-alumni
Via a Linked-In group page www.linkedin.com/groups/Salvatorian-College-old-boys-alumni-6717530?home=&gid=6717530
Via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
More than 50,000 former students across Britain have already signed up to stay connected with their old school. They’re inspiring young people in a number of ways; as career and education role models, mentors or e-mentors, work experience providers, governors, donors or fundraisers. 355 former students or teachers have already signed up, some of whom left the school in the 1950's, others as recently as 2011.
If you're an Old Salvo footballer who also went to school, please join.