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Hillgrove Alumni

Partners as vital links (Alumni in Education)


Hillgrove recognizes the vital role of our partners to provide a holistic educational experience for our students. We have a Parents Alumni Link (PAL) which forms a close relationship with our parents through the Hillgrove Alumni (HGA)



Formed in 2009, the HGA is a vital link for the school to reach out to graduate pupils to support school programmes. The Alumni is formed by Hillgrove graduates. Members of the alumni are role models for the pupils. They continue their passion for the school through their active participation in relief teaching and CCA. The Friends of Hillgrove (Alumni) Award serves to recognise our alumni members' value added contributions that have a positive impact on the school.



Events for Alumni

Alumni members who are interested in participating for upcoming Hillgrove events, please click here.

Rules for HGA

Dress Code for Graduates:

We are pleased to welcome you in our school celebrations, but in order to gain admission, this is the following dress code you need to adhere to.

For Boys

  • Hair must be neat. Punkish hairstyles, dyeing or tinting of hair is not allowed.
  • Face must be clean shaven. Any facial hair (such as beard or moustache) is not allowed.
  • Attire must be appropriate. No revealing top (such as singlet or sleeveless) or offensive languages / pictures is allowed on the shirt.
  • Only long pants or jeans are accepted. Bermudas or shorts are not allowed.
  • Covered shoes must be worn. Slippers or sandals are not allowed.
  • No tattoos or any form of body art (such as body piercing or implants) are allowed.

For Girls

  • Hair must be neat. Dyeing, tinting or colouring of hair is not allowed.
  • Attire must be appropriate. No revealing top (such as tube or sleeveless) or offensive languages / pictures on the shirt.
  • Shorts or mini-skirts are not allowed.
  • Covered shoes must be worn. Slippers or sandals are not allowed.
  • No tattoos or any form of body art (such as body piercing or implants) are allowed.

Please note that the above list is not exhaustive. In the event of non-compliance or any other valid reason, the school reserves the rights to refuse entry to anyone into the school compound.