PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT
‘LET HIM WHO DESERVES THE PALM OF VICTORY BEAR IT’
Our school motto encapsulates the nobility of endeavour, self sacrifice, courage
and personal strength of character that is and always has been the core of the
education philosophy of The Southport School.
The OSA’s desire is to encapsulate these qualities in every Old Boy of the
School and foster a spirit of good fellowship amongst the Old Boys community to
honour the progression of the School as the common ideal.
Through the OSA’s new online network tssoldboys.com.au you will be able to
maintain ties with TSS and receive up-to-date information about functions and
events. Visit tssoldboys.com.au for
What the Old Southportonians’ Association does...
The Primary Objectives of the OSA state;
Provide and administer bursaries
Make other donations of Association funds
Fosters a spirit of good fellowship between past and present boys of the school
with the honour and progress of the school as the common ideal
Keeps alive old friendships and gives opportunities for reunions
Do all such acts and things that may be necessary to carry out and give effect
to all and any of the above objects.
What can the OSA do for me?
Keep in touch with the OSA Online Community to remain in contact with class and
Social Events including Reunions and the annual Old Boys’ Weekend
National and International Branch Network
OSA E-Newsletters & Magazines
Career Mentoring and Guidance
Network with 15,000 OSA Members
Financial assistance through Bursary support
Use of the School facilities (by appointment)
Pastoral and supportive care program for students and their families with
Spiritus Kinections. Contact 1300
114 397 or www.kinections.com.au/
The Counselling and Education Services
division offers programs and support for a wide variety of situations with
on-going support services delivered by qualified and experienced staff. Spiritus also provides general
information on the various services available as well as background information
on a range of mental health and wellbeing topics.
You are what makes our Association live -
never forget that. So, keep in touch
and remain an active OSA member for the rest of your life. The benefit to you and your family
will be rewarding in many ways (both tangible and intangible). We do need you to keep your contact
details up-to-date and ensure your mates also stay in touch.