Blackfriars old scholars enjoy a continued connection with the school after graduation and are regularly welcomed back for reunions and events. The Blackfriars Old Scholars Association endeavours to stay in touch with graduates.

Upcoming reunions and events

Class of 2004 | 20 Year Reunion
Class of 1994 | 30 Year Reunion
  • When: Friday 26 July 2024
  • Venue: Blackfriars (6 to 8pm) then The Archer Hotel, North Adelaide
  • Time: from 6pm
  • Bookings: TBA
  • Contact(s): Tahlia Gutte
Business Networking Event
  • When: Wednesday 14 August 2024
  • Venue: Pavilion at Prospect (@North Adelaide Football Club), 3/1 Menzies Crescent, Prospect
  • Time: 5 to 7pm
  • Feature business: tba
  • Bookings: TBA
  • Contact(s): Tahlia Gutte
Melbourne Reunion
  • When: Saturday 31 August 2024
  • Venue: tba
  • Time: 2 to 5pm
  • Bookings: TBA
  • Contact(s): Tahlia Gutte
Class of 1984 | 40 Year Reunion
  • When: Friday 20 September 2024
  • Venue: Blackfriars (6 to 8pm) then The Archer Hotel, North Adelaide
  • Time: from 6pm
  • Bookings: TBA
  • Contact(s): Tahlia Gutte
Class of 1974 | 50 Year Reunion
  • When: Friday 18 October 2024
  • Venue: Blackfriars (6 to 8pm) then The Archer Hotel, North Adelaide
  • Time: from 6pm
  • Bookings: TBA
  • Contact(s): Tahlia Gutte

If you’re interested in finding out more about our reunion program, or to discuss setting up a reunion for your year, please contact Tahlia Gutte (Development Officer – Old Scholars & Community).

For further information on upcoming reunions, keep an eye on our Events page.

Blackfriars Old Scholars Football Club

Blackfriars Old Scholars Football Club (BOSFC) entered the South Australian Amateur Football League (SAAFL) in the 2006 season.

​Since its inception, BOSFC has enjoyed great success on and off the field. In the club’s inaugural season, it won the Division 7 Premiership, and then went ‘back-to-back’ winning the Division 6 Premiership in 2007. In 2014, BOSFC won the Division 6 Premiership, moving it into Division 5.

​BOSFC is proud to have developed a strong and inclusive environment, welcoming any player, volunteer or supporter – old scholars and non-old scholars alike. The club continues to be built on a foundation of generosity, commitment and local support.

Visit the Blackfriars Old Scholars Football Club website for more details >

BOSA FC (Soccer)

Blackfriars Old Scholars Association Soccer Club was established in 1998 and has become one of the most respected Saturday Division 1 Amateur League sides in South Australia.

With more than 60% of current players being old scholars, BOSA FC provides a fantastic opportunity to continue to represent the school, re-connect with past friends and build lifelong teammates.

BOSA FC is currently fielding four competitive teams in the SAASL, providing an opportunity for players of all levels to continue to enjoy the game after graduating.

Visit the BOSA FC website for more details >