Rosmini Old Boys Association
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Dear Old Boys,

Welcome to the Old Boys’ hub. We are reigniting the Old Boys’ Association and to this end, we have employed a former Rosmini pupil and current teacher, Ambrose Samuels, to run our Old Boys’ Association.  

Our initial goal is to increase the database and get in contact with as many old boys as possible. We are especially keen to get a broad cross-section across the six decades of Rosmini’s existence.

It is then hoped that will reconnect with other old boys and organise reunions with associated activities. The facilities at the college would be made available to host functions and/or sporting fixtures. We really hope that once well-established there will be a regular programme of events throughout the year as different year groups get together. 

The college celebrates its 60th Jubilee in 2022 and the expansion of the database is an important first step in ensuring that jubilee events planned for 2023 are a success.

In the meantime, I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in the near future at a forthcoming Old Boys’ event.

Nixon Cooper



The best way to stay connected is to register with the Old Boys Association. This will allow us to re-connect with you through quarterly newsletters as well as get in touch with you should we have any events or news that would be of interest to you - for example a reunion for your year group!  

You can also stay connected on both Facebook and Instagram.


Register with the Old Boys Association





   
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Head boy of Rosmini in 2003, Richard has enjoyed rugby success in NZ and abroad. He was part of Rosmini's championship winning 2001 team, and the 2003 ‘Invincibles’ team that won the North Harbour Competition after an undefeated season. 

Tom Gerrard Memorial 2022

On Saturday 15 October a Memorial Mass followed by drinks and dinner was held at the Auditorium in memory of Tom Gerrard.

Tom Gerrard was Headmaster of Rosmini College from 1975 to 2014. Tom sadly passed away in August 2020 during lockdown, and only 10 people were permitted at his funeral.

 It was wonderful to see 220 people present to remember Tom.