Welcome to the website of the Blue and Gold Alumni Association Incorporated, formerly the Adelaide Technical High School Old Scholars’ Association Incorporated (ATHSOS). In here you can read, copy and print out the latest newsletter, look for classmates, or contact the committee for information or to provide information and suggestions. Forms are available for you to provide changes to your details, to subscribe for membership, and to add new details. These can be printed and posted or emailed back to us, whatever you decide. We look forward to your participation. Visit the Guestbook and leave a message for fellow visitors.

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  • Lara Quinn (Houston) / May 24, 2017:
    A reminder if you attend at the GLENUNGA Campus from... »
  • Warren West / April 12, 2017:
    Dear Members of the Class of '53, You are invited... »
  • Lara Quinn (Houston) / October 15, 2016:
    Hi to all the old scholars of the Glenunga High... »
  • Christine Howard / March 4, 2016:
    Dear Adelaide Tech 'Old School' old scholars, The Class of... »
  • Christine Howard / February 20, 2016:
    Supporting Judy McKeough's comments, I would like to add that... »
The Association would like to thank John Ford F.A.S.M.A., the artist of the “BROOKMAN BUILDING, NORTH TERRACE, ADELAIDE”. for permission to use the representation throughout the website.

Adelaide Technical High School

1903 – 1973 In 1903 the South Australian School of Mines and Industries established a Preparatory School in the Brookman Building on the corner of North Terrace and Frome Road in the city. In 1914 the name was changed to the Junior Technical School and 1918 it became the Adelaide Technical High School. In the 1950’s, the Council decided that the school would have to transfer as a complete unit to a new site and come under the direction of the Department of Education. The construction of the new school at Glenunga was completed in 1963 and the whole school transferred from North Terrace in September that year.

Glenunga High School

1974 – 1989 The school gradually changed to a broad-based curriculum similar to that available at other high schools. This was reflected in the change of the name of the school to Glenunga High School in 1974.

Glenunga International High School

1990 – present With the introduction of the International Baccalaureate course, the name of the school changed again and it is now known as the Glenunga International High School. The curriculum offered includes the IB Diploma and the South Australian Certificate of Education, Ignite Program for students with high intellectual potential and an intensive English Course for overseas students.