All pupils leaving Box Hill School automatically become members of our thriving alumni network – Old Boxhillians.

We like to encourage all our former pupils (regardless of whether they left 50 years ago or last year), former parents, former staff, former governors and former trustees to keep in touch with the School and each other. This really helps everyone to take advantage of the social and professional community that the Old Boxhillians network can offer throughout the world.

Old Boxhillians Website

If you are a former pupil, former parent, former member of staff, former governor or former trustee, please visit the Old Boxhillians website and register with us at www.oldboxhillians.com/Register.

This site allows you to log in and search for old school friends and contacts, book your place on one of our up and coming events, take a trip down memory lane and catch up on all the Old Boxhillian news.


Unfortunately, we have lost contact with many of our alumni over the years, in particular with those who are living overseas. If you have not been receiving emails, e-newsletters or printed material from us, then you are one of our lost alumni, so please register on the Old Boxhillians website, or email Alison Vernon – Director of Communications of Development – Alison.vernon@boxhillschool.com.


Please review the information below to see if there is anyone listed that you know. If so, please encourage them to get in contact with us!

1960s Lost Alumni | PDF (193KB)

More decade lists will follow in due course …


For more information and to book your place on one of our upcoming Alumni events, please visit the Old Boxhillian Website


Film from the 1960s

When Nick Price (1962 – 1966) was at School, back in the 1960s, it was a far cry from the place it is today.

“People forget what life was like after the ‘50s, when the country was still trying to find its feet after the Second World War. Even in the ‘60s, we were still coming out of the doldrums.”

Nick’s real highlight of life at Box Hill School was acting as camera man on a 30-minute film of life at the school, entitled ‘Yet Another School.’

Together with Anne Pearson and David Korn, the trio put together a fairly accurate record of what school was like back then. Today’s students would probably be horrified! Originally recorded on 8mm film reel, Nick has recently had the film put onto a DVD – and it is a remarkable record of life in the early days of Box Hill School.

A huge thank you to Old Boxhillian Bruce Rutland (1979-1983) who used his skills to transfer Nick’s original cini-film into a digital format and to edit the shorter version, www.rutlandproductions.co.uk

(A longer version of this article is printed in ‘Out of the Box’ Newsletter for Old Boxhillians, Issue 01)