Class of 1998 - 20 Year Reunion
Saturday, 19 May 2018 | King's Reedy Creek Campus
We were delighted to have the Class of 1998 gather together to reunite, reconnect and reminisce. Executive Principal, Mr Rees Davis, provided a personal afternoon tour of the College, with many Alumni blown away by the developments, having not stepped foot on the grounds since they walked down the Tunnel in 1998! “The library was just starting to be built when we graduated,” one past student said, “I cannot believe how much it has grown.”
The tour concluded in the library, where a two metre grazing board of treats awaited them. The past students had a great afternoon laughing and catching up, alongside six of their teachers, as they viewed photographs of themselves on a ‘Blast from the Past’ photo wall, with memories ranging from Year 1 through to Year 12. Viewing a photograph of himself in his mid-20s, King’s staff member, Mr Ian Robertson, noted that he “can’t grow a beard like that anymore!”
Regardless of status, career path or location, friendships have truly surpassed the final walk down the tunnel. Whether they were star athletes, theatre lovers or the brains of the grade, the memories made by the Class of 1998 have evidently transcended their graduation year.