From the moment you become a pupil at Shrewsbury High School you join an inspiring group of women who have headed off in a variety of different directions and on a number of different paths.
As a Shrewsbury High School alumna, you remain a valuable part of our community and a role model to many who will follow in your footsteps. We encourage all our former pupils to keep in touch, let us know what you are doing and if you can, offer work experience or speak to our current pupils. If you would like to let us know what you are doing now, please contact our alumnae team on firstname.lastname@example.org
As a Shrewsbury High School alumna, you also join the GDST Alumnae Network, a unique club of 70,000 members in the UK and around the world. Being a GDST alumna offers endless opportunities. From one to one and app based mentoring programmes to business networking, personal development and social events, the network offers a professional community unlike any other.
Update your details or find out more about the benefits of being a member of this exciting family of brilliant women at www.gdst.net/alumnae
Since 1885, Shrewsbury High School has been empowering young women to go out into the world with confidence and courage. The careers of some of these women, from Kate Phillips, Head of Entertainment at the BBC to Dr Alice Bunn, director of the UK Space Agency, show that there is no limit to what a Shrewsbury High School girl can achieve.
You can also hear from some of our recent alumnae, exploring what they have been up to in the years since they left the High School at our Meet the Alumnae page.
Former SHS student and Mechanical Development Engineer at JCB, Emilie Weaving takes part in the latest GDST Alumnae film about her career path post school, including being named Midlands Engineering Apprentice of the Year in 2018.
Congratulations to SHS alumna and founder of ethical advertising firm @goodloophq Amy Williams @ala_swimmily who is one of 8 finalist in this year’s @gdstgirls Alumna of the Year competition.It is an outstanding shortlist and we are rooting for Amy who many of you will remember from her inspiring speech on never giving up at our Speech Day a couple of years ago !